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// /twenty-fifthVnnual report 

OF THE 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER 
COMMISSION 

OF THE 

PROVINCE OF ONTARIO 

FOR THE YEAR ENDED OCTOBER 31st 

1932 



PRINTED BY ORDER OF 
THE LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY OF ONTARIO 




ONTARIO 



TORONTO 
Printed and Published by Herbert H. Ball, Printer to the King's Most Excellent Majesty 

1933 



THE 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 
OF ONTARIO 



Hon. J. R. Cooke, M.L.A Chairman 

C. Alfred M aguire '. Commissioner 

Rt. Hon. Arthur Meighen, P.C., K.C Commissioner 

W. W. Pope Secretary 

F. A. Gaby, B.A.Sc, D.Sc Chief Engineer 



LIBRARY 

727495 

L IWIVFRSITY OF T0R0MO 



To His Honour 

The Honourable Herbert A. Bruce, R.A.M.C, M.D., F.R.C.S., 

Lieutenant-Governor of Ontario. 

May It Please Your Honour: 

The undersigned has the honour to present to your Honour the Twenty-fifth 
Annual Report of The Hydro-Electric Power Commission of Ontario for the fiscal 
year ending October 31, 1932. 

This Report covers all of the Commission's activities and also embodies 
the financial statements for the calendar year 1932, of the municipal electric 
utilities operating in conjunction with the various systems of the Commission 
and supplying electrical service to the citizens of the Province. 

Dealing, as it does, with a multiplicity of activities relating to several 
electrical systems obtaining power from thirty-eight hydro-electrical developments 
operated by the Commission, supplemented by power purchased from other 
sources, and recording financial and other data relating to the individual local 
municipal electric utilities, the Annual Report presents a large amount of 
statistical information, much of . which must, of necessity, be of a summary 
character. 

The financial statements, the statistical data and the general information 
given, however, are so arranged and presented as to give a comprehensive 
survey of the Commission's operations. Not only does the Report record the 
progress made during the past year, but it gives, in addition, certain cumulative 
results for the various periods during which operation has been maintained 
in the respective municipalities. 

Wry . *■ 

At the end of the fiscal year the number of municipalities served in Ontario 
by the Commission was 747. This number included 27 cities, 95 towns, 267 
villages and police villages and 358 townships. With the exception of 13 
suburban sections of townships known as voted areas, the townships and 88 
of the smaller villages are served as parts of 172 rural power districts. 



vi TWENTY-FIFTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE No. 26 

Constructional Activities 

Constructional activities during 1932 were limited in scope, and consequently 
capital outlays by the Commission were much reduced. The chief work 
undertaken was the completion of the Chats Falls development on the Ottawa 
river, to the stage at present decided upon. Eight turbines are. now installed. 
The present normal capacity of the development is 192,000 horsepower— half 
of which is owned by the Commission and half by the Ottawa Valley Power 
Company in the Province of Quebec. 



At the Commission's transformer station at Chats Falls the third and fourth 
banks of transformers were installed providing for a total output of 188,400 kv-a. 
A 220,000-volt transmission line 100 miles long similar to the other 220,000-volt 
lines built by the Commission was constructed from Beaudet on the Ontario- 
Quebec boundary to Chats Falls, to transmit the power being received from the 
Beauharnois development on the St. Lawrence river. At Cumberland, on this 
transmission line, about 45 miles from Chats Falls, a switching station has been 
provided to form a junction point for a transmission line being constructed from 
• the MacLaren power site on the Lievre river. 



It will thus be seen that Chats Falls has become an important power supply 
centre. Power is assembled here from the development at Chats Falls and from 
Beauharnois, and in the near future supplies of power will also come from the 
MacLaren development. In addition, of course, power supplies from the 
Gatineau River plants cross the Ottawa river at this point. 



In the Niagara district at Queenston the temporary wooden bridge, which 
carried Queen street over the railway which serves the Queenston generating 
station, was replaced by a new steel bridge. At the village of Chippawa a new 
approach span for the highway bridge crossing the Welland river was erected. 

Throughout the several systems changes and improvements are constantly 
being made with a view to the maintenance of equipment at high efficiency. In 
this connection special attention continues to be given to the problem of 
protection by high-speed relays and other special devices. 

Operating Conditions 

During the past year the quality of service rendered throughout the several 
systems and districts was generally satisfactory. Interruptions were few in 
number and most of those that did occur affected relatively small areas. No 
serious failures of equipment occurred. 



In those districts where the water supply is an important operating feature, 
notably those served by the Georgian Bay, Eastern Ontario and Thunder Bay 
systems, the amount and seasonal distribution of the flow of the various rivers 
were very favourable during the year; more so than for several years past. 



1933 HYDRO-ELECRIC POWER COMMISSION vii 

Among the new developments in operating equipment may be mentioned 
the new permanent-magnet generator installed for governor drive on one of the 
units at Alexander. This is the first governor drive of this type to be used. It 
has proved very satisfactory and represents a distinct advance in engineering 
design. The automatic synchronizing equipment installed at the same station 
is the first installation of equipment of this nature in any station of the 
Commission and one of the first installations anywhere on generators of such 
large size. Supervisory equipment for remote control at Alexander generating 
station was put into service during the year. This is one of the largest stations 
in which such automatic control equipment has been installed up to the present 
time. Throughout the systems generally the special attention given to high-speed 
relay protection has improved service and given additional protection to 
equipment. Details of this and other operating features are given in the body 
of this report. 

In connection with the operation of its transmission and distribution lines 
the Commission maintains a Forestry division with an expert field staff. The 
work of this staff has met with very favourable reception from property owners 
and public officials. During the year more than 46,000 trees were pruned, cabled 
or removed at an average overall cost of $1.85 per tree. 



Cost of Electrical Service Furnished by the Commission 

The function of the Commission is not only to use its best endeavours to 
provide for the people of Ontario an adequate and reliable supply of electrical 
energy, but also to ensure that the cost of that electrical energy to the consumers 
shall be the minimum consistent with the financial stability of the enterprise. 
The success that has been attained in the accomplishment of the latter object 
may be appreciated by a careful study of the actual rates to consumers as 
presented in Statement "E," and of the statistical data setting forth the results 
that have been attained for the consumers under these rates, as presented in 
Statement "D," in conjunction with the various financial statements of the 
Report. 

The bill for retail service rendered, is the practical aspect of Hydro service 
with which the average consumer is most concerned. It is, therefore, a 
satisfaction to note that except in a very few cases the rates for service during 
the period of depression have been maintained at their low levels or have been 
made lower. 

The knowledge that there are substantial reserves of power which can be 
distributed at low cost is a distinct encouragement to the industrial organizations 
of the Province. Moreover, notwithstanding the generous use made of electrical 
service by the domestic and rural consumers in Ontario, there is still a large 
potential market for numbers of electrical appliances which the low cost of 
electricity makes it economically practicable to use. In this connection the 
Commission is inaugurating a campaign for the greater use of domestic hot-water 
heaters. 



viii TWENTY-FIFTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE No. 26 

Load Conditions 

The demand for power in Ontario has continued at approximately the 
same levels as during the previous year. 



It has been the custom to show at this place in the Annual Report the total 
loads for October and December of the current and previous years. Conforming 
with last year's Report, and for reasons fully stated therein, the following figures 
are first presented relating to Canadian load only, that is, exclusive of export 
power. 

October December October December 
1931 1931 1932 1932 

Niagara system (Canadian load only) 756,032 775,180 789,008 786,059 

Other systems, total 245,273 253,114 239,438 251,898 



Grand total (Canadian loads only) 1,001,305 1,028,294 1,028,446 1,037,957 



It will be noted that the figures for the current year show a slight increase 
over the previous year. Comparing figures for the complete fiscal years of 1932 
and 1931, the average load of all systems in Ontario shows a slight decrease, 
amounting to 1)^ per cent. A slight improvement in conditions towards the 
end of the year may be inferred from the fact that, although the average load 
for the entire fiscal year decreased slightly, the loads for October and December, 
which are presented in the table above, show an increase. 



As special publicity has been given to the effect of the business depression 
on power sales, it is appropriate to call attention to the fact that the Commission 
is selling more power and operating more power stations and transmission lines 
than it did in 1928, the year before the depression started. The depression has 
had, of course, a marked effect on the sale of power. A substantial proportion 
of the industrial plant of Ontario is at present idle, or working far below its 
capacity, and power temporarily discontinued in respect of such industrial plant 
has not been entirely absorbed by the continued growth of domestic and certain 
other demands. The net result has been to postpone the substantial increases 
in total load that otherwise would have occurred in these years. 



The following tabulation corresponds to that given for several years in this 
place in the Report and shows the power supplies to the various systems at the 
close of the year including, in the case of the Niagara system and of the grand 
total, export power as well as power for Canadian use. The lessened industrial 
activity has continued to curtail the market for surplus power. Apart from its 
export of power under the firm power contracts acquired by the Commission in 
its purchase of the Ontario Power Company, there has been practically no 
export of power during the past two years. 



1932 HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION ix 

DISTRIBUTION OF POWER TO SYSTEMS 

20-Minute Peak Horsepower 

System Coincident Peak 

October December October December 

System 1931 1931 1932 1932 

Niagara system 805,630 828,200 839,946 838,338 

Dominion Power and Transmission system 48,659 56,166 43,968 48,525 

Georgian Bay system 26,356 27,531 25,666 26,424 

Eastern Ontario system* 85,857 91,253 80,544 86,716 

Thunder Bay system 51,600 50,300 65,700 63,800 

Northern Ontario system: 

Sudbury and Abitibi districts 27,200 21,850 17,761 20,576 

Nipissing district 3,689 4,088 3,751 3,799 

Patricia district 1,912 1,926 2,048 2,058 

Totals 1,050,903 1,081,314 1,079,384 1,090,236 



*Eastern Ontario system includes Central Ontario, St. Lawrence, Rideau, Ottawa and 
Madawaska districts. 



Financial Summaries 



The financial statements embodied in this Report are presented in two main 
divisions, namely, a division — Section IX — which deals chiefly with the operations 
of the Commission in the generation, transformation and transmission of electrical 
energy to the co-operating municipalities; and a division — Section X — which 
deals with the various operations of the municipal electric utilities in the localized 
distribution of electrical energy to consumers. In Section IX, "Rural Operating" 
reports are also given, which summarize the results of the local distribution of 
rural electrical service by the Commission to the individual consumers in rural 
power districts. This work is performed by the Commission on behalf of the 
respective townships co-operating to provide rural service. 

The cumulative results of the operation of the several systems of the 
Commission as set forth in this Report demonstrate a sound financial condition. 



Capital Investment 



The total investment of the Hydro-Electric Power Commission of Ontario 
in power undertakings and hydro-electric railways is $273,248,829.59, exclusive 
of government grants in respect of construction of rural power districts' lines; 
and the investment of the municipalities in distributing systems and other assets 
is $109,309,934.16, making in power and hydro-electric railway undertakings a 
total investment of $382,558,763.75. 



x TWENTY-FIFTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE No. 26 

The following statement shows the capital invested in the respective systems, 
districts and municipal undertakings: 



Niagara system $202,098,894. 93 

Chats Falls development 5,878,493.70 

Georgian Bay system 8,329,025 . 78 

Eastern Ontario system (including Nipissing district) . 21,060,823.96 

Thunder Bay system 18,480,738.51 

Northern Ontario Districts (including the Generating Plants, Transmission Lines 

and Transformer Stations in the Sudbury, Patricia and Abitibi Districts). . . 10,786,686.10 

Hydro-Electric railways 1,985,113.20 

Office and service buildings, construction plant, inventories, etc 4,629,053.41 

$273,248,829.59 

Municipalities distributing systems and other assets (exclusive of $23,066,129.81 

of municipal sinking fund equity in H.E.P.C. system) — all systems 109,309,934. 16 



$382,558,763.75 



Revenue of Commission 



The revenue of the Commission derivable from the municipal utilities 
operating under cost contracts and from other customers with whom — on behalf 
of the municipalities — the Commission has special contracts, all within the 
Niagara, Georgian Bay, Eastern Ontario and Thunder Bay systems, aggregates 
$28,055,895.46. 



The following statement shows how this revenue has been appropriated: 

Revenue from municipal electric utilities and other power customers $28,055,895.46 

Operation, maintenance, administration, interest and other 

current expenses $25,968,030.62 

Reserves for sinking fund, renewals, contingencies and obso- 
lescence provided in the year 4,666,229.51 



$30,634,260.13 
Less: Appropriated from obsolescence and contingencies reserves 2,668,147.78 

27,946,112.35 



Net balance credited to municipalities under cost contracts $109,783. 11 



In connection with the foregoing statement it should be noted that, in 
making its annual determinations of costs chargeable for power supplied to the 
participating municipalities, the Commission for many years has followed a 
policy which recognizes the desirability of stabilizing the costs per horsepower 
one year with another. Commencing with 1926 and continuing to 1930, there 



1933 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



XI 



were included in the amounts set aside to the reserve for obsolescence and 
contingencies, additional sums designed to care for possible lean years that might 
come in the future. A proportion of these extra reserves was derived from the 
sale of surplus power. In 1932 the contingency reserve was drawn upon in the 
case of the Niagara system to the extent of $2,544,648.63, and the similar 
reserve in respect of the Thunder Bay system was drawn upon to the extent of 
$143,499.15. This relief was given to the municipalities in their cost of power 
to compensate for the increased costs and reduced revenues in the year. In 
all other respects the various reserves have continued to be accumulated on the 
same basis as formerly, with the result that in the aggregate the reserves of the 
Commission show a net increase for 1932 of $3,741,074.72 as compared with the 
totals at the end of 1931. 



Rural Electrical Service 



During the past few years very substantial progress has been made in 
Ontario in the field of rural electrification. Practically all rural electrical 
service is now given through rural power districts which are operated directly 
by the Commission. There is now rather more than $16,964,000 invested in 
the rural power district systems established by the Commission. Towards 
this rural work the Ontario Government, pursuant to its policy of promoting 
the basic industry of agriculture, has, in the form of grants-in-aid, contributed 
50 per cent of the costs of transmission lines and equipment, or some $8,393,000. 
A, total of 8,918 miles of transmission lines have been constructed to date, of 
which 721 miles were constructed during the past year. There are now more 
than 60,000 customers supplied in the rural power districts. 



RURAL POWER DISTRICTS— OPERATIONS FOR THE YEAR 1932 





Niagara 
system 


Georgian 

Bay 

system 


Eastern 
Ontario 
system 


Thunder 

Bay 
system 


Totals 


Cost of power as provided to be 
paid under Power Commission 
Act 


$ c. 

793,950.49 

546,720.01 
290,757.17 
236,925.30 
118,462.65 
63,315.62 


$ c. 

100,332.42 

49,909.36 
34,832.21 
26,145.83 
26,145.83 
7,237.63 


$ c. 

183,372.39 

118,744.58 
72,097.43 
59,621.00 
29,810.50 
16,015.88 


$ ,c. 

547.62 

412.59 
368.45 
264.72 
132.36 
69.69 


$ c. 
1,078,202.92 


Cost of operation, maintenance and 
administration 


715,786.54 


Interest 


398,055.26 


Renewals 


322,956.85 

174,551.34 

86,638.82 


Obsolescence and contingencies. ... 
Sinking fund 




Total expenses 


2,050,131.24 
2,070,703.84 


244,603.28 
215,718.07 


479,661.78 
464,258.52 


1,795.43 
1,672.97 


2,776,191.73 
2,752,353.40 


Revenue from customers 




Net surplus, all districts 


20,572.60 








20,572.60 


Ntet deficit, all districts 


28,885.21 


15,403.26 


122.46 


44,410 93 








Net deficit, all systems 










$23,838 33 















xii TWENTY-FIFTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE No. 26 



Municipal Electric Utilities 

The following is a summation of the year's operation of the local electric 
utilities conducted by municipalities receiving power under cost contracts with 
the Commission : 



Total revenue collected by the municipal electric utilities $31,216,210. 12 

Cost of power $19,109,036.25 

Operation, maintenance and administration 5,492,591 .38 

Interest 2,532,940.93 

Sinking fund and principal payment on debentures 2,244,367.86 

29,378,936.42 



Amount available and set aside for depreciation and other reserve purposes $1,837,273.70 



The setting-up of the reserves on rates customarily adopted in the past 
would have required an amount of $1,920,896.22, which is $83,622.52 in excess of 
the amount shown in the foregoing table as available for . the present year. 
In this connection it is important to note that the municipal Hydro utilities 
provide for the retirement of their capital liabilities by either the instalment 
or sinking-fund method, and such payments are treated as part of the cost of 
the service. 



Reserves of Commission and Municipal Electric Utilities 



The total reserves of the Commission and the municipal electric utilities 
for sinking fund, renewals, contingencies and insurance purposes amount to 
$122,770,103.91 made up as follows: 



Niagara system $50,900,344 . 13 

Georgian Bay system 2,482,836.51 

Eastern Ontario system 5,228,590 . 62 

Thunder Bay system 2,739,224.49 

Northern Ontario districts — Sudbury and Patricia 164,783 . 67 

Service building and equipment 664,713 . 82 

Bonnechere storage 1,733 . 81 

Hydro-Electric Railways (Guelph) 109,240 . 31 

Insurance, workmen's compensation and staff pensions 3,854,019. 25 

Total reserves of the Commission $66,145,486.61 

Total reserves of municipal electric utilities 56,624,617.30 

Total Commission and municipal reserves $122,770,103.91 



1933 HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION xiii 

As has been commented above in connection with the statement of revenues, 
the total reserves of the Commission increased in 1932 by $3,741,074.72 over the 
total for 1931, which was $62,404,411.89. The fact that the net increase in 
total reserves was, in 1932, less than in some former years, reflects the advan- 
tageous working out of the Commission's policy of cost stabilization, under 
which withdrawals were made in 1932 from special reserves provided out of 
revenues of earlier years for that purpose. The net increase in the total of 
Commission and municipal reserves for the year was $7,130,377.53. 

The consolidated balance sheet of the municipal electric utilities, on page 
262, shows a total cash balance of $3,185,442.00, and bonds and other invest- 
ments of $2,059,325.10. The total surplus in the municipal books now amounts 
to $39,820,131.64 in addition to depreciation and sundry other reserves 
aggregating $16,804,485.66; these two amounts making the total of $56,624,617.30 

shown in the above table. 

* * * 

The following is a brief summary of the principal operations relating to 
the several systems of the Commission: 

Niagara System 

The Niagara system embraces all territory lying between Niagara Falls, 
Hamilton and Toronto on the east and Windsor, Sarnia and Goderich on the 
west served with electrical energy generated at plants on the Niagara river, 
supplemented with purchased power transmitted from plants on the Gatineau, 
St. Lawrence and Ottawa rivers. A few municipalities and districts of the 
Niagara system are served also with power developed at DeCew Falls. 

Power as supplied to the Commission by the Gatineau Power Company is 
received by the Commission at the interprovincial boundary on the Ottawa river 
and is transmitted over two 220,000-volt steel-tower transmission lines to 
Leaside. Power obtained from Chats Falls development on the Ottawa river, 
which plant was constructed jointly by the Commission and the Ottawa Valley 
Power Company, formerly the Chats Falls Power Company, is transmitted from 
Chats Falls to Leaside over a third 220,000-volt steel-tower line. 

Arrangements for progressive delivery of increased quantities of power, 
made some years ago, will furnish power supplies for this system, which, with 
a moderately rapid return to normal business conditions, should be adequate 
for the immediate future. In addition to power contracted for with the Gatineau 
Power Company and power obtained from the development at Chats Falls, 
which provides the Commission with 192,000 horsepower, the Commission holds 
contracts for the delivery of additional power, amounting eventually to 250,000 
horsepower, to be developed on the St. Lawrence river by the Beauharnois 
Light, Heat & Power Company, and 125,000 horsepower to be delivered to the 
Commission as required from a plant on the Lievre river under a contract with 
the James MacLaren Company Limited, subsequently assigned to a subsidiary 
power company known as MacLaren-Quebec Power Company. Commencing 
in October, 1932, the first block of 35,000 horsepower was taken under the 
contract with the Beauharnois Light, Heat & Power Company. 



xiv TWENTY-FIFTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE No. 26 

The undertakings and companies of the Dominion Power & Transmission 
Company Limited which were purchased in 1930 have been operated since Novem- 
ber 1, 1931, as part of the Niagara system. An agreement was entered into 
with the Hamilton Hydro-Electric System and the Brantford Hydro-Electric 
System, by which the Commission sold the distribution systems, substations 
and other properties in these cities. 

The total capital invested by the Commission on behalf of the co-operating 
municipalities of the Niagara system amounts to $207,977,388.63. This amount 
includes the investment in the power properties purchased from the Dominion 
Power and Transmission Company (which have been merged with, and now form 
part of the Niagara system), also the Commission's share of the generating plant 
at Chats Falls, together with the transformer and switching stations at that 
point and the transmission lines from the Ottawa river to the Niagara system. 
The accumulated reserves for renewals, obsolescence, contingencies and sinking 
fund, aggregate $50,900,344.13. 

From the rural power districts of this system, which are directly operated 
by the Commission, the revenue received for the year from customers was 
$2,070,703.84, and the total cost of supplying the service was $2,050,131.24, 
leaving a balance of $20,572.60, which is placed to the credit of districts in this 
system. 

With respect to the electric utilities of the various urban municipalities of 
the Niagara system, the cost of power, as adjusted by the Commission at the 
close of the year was $208,934.39 less than the total amount collected at the 
interim rates and this sum has been credited to the municipal utilities. The 
total revenue of the municipal electric utilities served by this system was 
$25,499,082.64. 

After meeting all expenses in respect of operation — including interest — setting 
up the usual standard depreciation reserve (which amounted to $1,594,493.31) 
and providing $2,037,378.48 for the retirement of instalment and sinking-fund 
debentures, the total net shortage for the year for the municipal electric utilities 
served by the Niagara system amounted to $216,354.05. 



Georgian Bay System 

The territory served by the Georgian Bay system includes that portion of 
the Province adjacent to Georgian bay and lake Simcoe. The area extends 
from Huntsville in the north to Port Perry in the southeast, and on the west 
and north it is bounded by lake Huron and Georgian bay. It thus takes in the 
counties of Bruce, Grey, Dufferin, and Simcoe, and the northern portions of the 
counties of Huron, Wellington and Ontario, as well as a large portion of the 
district of Muskoka. 

During the year the properties of the Mildmay Electric Company and the 
Formosa Electric Light Company were purchased by the Commission and 



1932 HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION xv 

merged with the Georgian Bay system. By this arrangement the last of the 
districts directly, or indirectly, connected with the W. B. Foshay Company's 
operations in Bruce county have been taken over by the Commission and the 
entire area in Bruce county consolidated with the Georgian Bay system. 

Electrical energy is obtained from eleven hydro-electric generating plants, 
three of which are situated on the south branch of the Muskoka river, two on 
the Muskoka river at Bala, two on the Severn river, one on the Beaver river, 
and three on the Saugeen river, supplemented by power from the Niagara system 
through frequency changer stations at Hanover and Mount Forest. 

The demands of the various municipalities throughout the year remained 
practically the same as in the previous year; an expansion, however, took place 
in rural power districts, both in the area served and in the number of consumers 
in existing districts. The increase in the system demand over the previous year 
is almost entirely due to these conditions. 

As this was a good water year there was a surplus of water at all plants, 
and ample capacity was available for supplying the additional power demand. 

The total capital invested by the Commission on behalf of the co-operating 
municipalities of the Georgian Bay system is $8,329,025.78, and the accumulated 
reserves for renewals, obsolescence, contingencies, and sinking fund aggregate 
$2,482,836.51. 

The revenue received for the year from customers in rural power districts 
of this system which are directly operated by the Commission was $215,718.07, 
and the total cost of supplying service was $244,603.28, leaving a balance of 
$28,885.21, which has been charged to districts in this system. 

With respect to the electric utilities of the various urban municipalities of 
the Georgian Bay system, the actual cost of power supplied by the Commission 
for the year was $10,546.19 less than the total amount collected at the interim 
rates. This sum has been credited to the municipalities operating under cost 
contracts. The total revenue of the municipal electric utilities served by this 
system was $1,153,622.31, an increase of $38,419.49 over the previous year. 

After meeting all expenses in respect of operation — including interest — setting 
up the usual standard depreciation reserve (which amounted to $68,893.47) 
and providing $57,236.15 for the retirement of instalment and sinking-fund 
debentures, the total net shortage for the year for the municipal electric utilities 
served by the Georgian Bay system amounted to $47,082.77. 

Eastern Ontario System 

This system serves that part of Ontario lying east of the areas served by the 
Georgian Bay and Niagara systems. The districts included are the Central 
Ontario, St. Lawrence, Rideau, Ottawa and Madawaska. 

Power is supplied from developments owned by the Commission on the 
Trent Canal system and the Mississippi and Madawaska rivers. Power is 



xvi TWENTY-FIFTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE No. 26 

purchased from the Gatineau Power Company, the Cedar Rapids Transmission 
Company, the Rideau Power Company, the Corporation of Campbellford and 
the Beach estate at Iroquois. No major changes were made in generation or 
transmission facilities during the year. 

The corporation of Trenton purchased the local electric distribution system, 
and the corporation of Cobourg purchased the local electric distribution system 
and waterworks from the Commission. The purchases were made on the basis 
of the Commission's book value of the plants less accumulated renewal reserves. 
These municipalities entered into contracts for the purchase of power at cost 
from the Commission. 

All the municipal distribution properties forming part of the Electric Power 
Company property have now been sold to the municipalities concerned, except 
the plants in Millbrook, Newburgh, Newcastle and Orono, and the gas plant 
in Cobourg. 

The power demands of this system have not changed materially from the 
previous year and all demands for power by municipalities and customers of the 
Commission were met without difficulty from the generating plants and 
purchased supply. 

The total capital invested by the Commission on behalf of the co-operating 
municipalities of the Eastern Ontario system is $21,060,823.96, and the 
accumulated reserves for renewals, obsolescence, contingencies and sinking 
fund aggregate $5,228,590.62. 

In the rural power districts of this system, which are directly operated by 
the Commission, the revenue received for the year from customers was 
$464,258.52, and the total cost of supplying the service was $479,661.78, leaving 
a balance of $15,403.26, which was charged to the districts in this system. 

With respect to the electric utilities of the various urban municipalities of 
the Eastern Ontario system operating under cost contracts the actual cost of 
power supplied by the Commission during the year was $40,705.28 less than the 
total amount collected at the interim rates and this has been credited to the 
municipal utilities. The total revenue of the municipal electric utilities served 
by this system was $3,178,756.25, an increase of $294,978.63. 

After meeting all expenses in respect of operation — including interest — setting 
up the usual standard depreciation reserve (which amounted to $211,657.36) 
and providing $127,831.33 for the retirement of instalment and sinking-fund 
debentures, the total net surplus for the year for the municipal electric utilities 
served by the Eastern Ontario system amounted to $162,022.56. 

Thunder Bay System 

The Thunder Bay system serves a portion of the district of Thunder Bay, 
more especially the area lying between the international boundary and lake 
Nipigon. Power is secured from two hydro-electric developments on the Nipigon 
river, one at Cameron Falls and the other at Alexander, and is utilized largely in 
connection with the pulp and paper industry and the grain trade. Both of these 



1933 HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION xvii 

industries are still suffering on account of the world-wide trade depression. The 
total system demand for the year was slightly less than that of the previous 
year; there is, however, some indication of an early improvement. Negotiations 
are being carried on for the sale of a substantial amount of power in connection 
with electric steam generation in the pulp and paper industry. 

The Commission has, in the Thunder Bay system, a total investment of 
$18,480,738.51, and accumulated reserves for renewals, contingencies, and 
sinking fund aggregate $2,739,224.49. 

The cost of power to this system as adjusted by the Commission at the close 
of the year was $126,564.42 in excess of revenue from the interim monthly billing, 
which sum has been charged to the municipalities operating under cost contracts. 
The total revenue of the municipal electric utilities in this system was 
$1,384,748.92. The three municipalities served by this system operated with a 
net surplus of $17,791.80, after providing depreciation and other reserves to the 
extent of $45,852.08 and $21,921.90 for the retirement of debentures. 

Northern Ontario System 

This system covers all of that portion of the Province lying north of the 
French river and lake Nipissing, and west of the Quebec boundary, with the 
exception of the area served by the Thunder Bay system. The active districts 
in the Northern Ontario system served direct by the Commission are the 
Nipissing district, the Sudbury district, the Abitibi district, the Manitoulin 
district and the Patricia district. It should be understood that these districts 
are not interconnected as are the districts of other systems. 

In certain sections of the area embraced by the Northern Ontario system 
there are independent municipal utilities; engineering assistance and advice 
concerning the operation and maintenance of these utilities is given by the 
Commission when requested. 

. Nipissing District 

This district serves the area adjacent to the eastern shores of lake Nipissing, 
and includes the city of North Bay, the villages of Callander and Powassan, and 
the North Bay and the Powassan rural power districts, which latter consist of 
portions of the townships of Ferris, Himsworth, Nipissing and Widdifield. 
Power is obtained from three hydro-electric developments on the South river 
and this supply is supplemented when necessary by power purchased from 
The Abitibi Power and Paper Co.'s development at Crystal Falls on the Sturgeon 
river. 

The generated peak and average loads on this district show very little 
change from last year, being higher for some months than for the corresponding 
months of the previous year, and lower for other months. Over the entire year 
there were slight increases in both peak and average generated loads. 

For the purpose of financial administration the Nipissing district of the 
Northern Ontario system is associated with the districts of the Eastern Ontario 
system. 



xviii TWENTY-FIFTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE No. 26 

Sudbury District 

The active area in this district lies in and adjacent to the city of Sudbury. 
Power is derived from three developments on the Wanapitei river, and is supplied 
largely to the city of Sudbury and to various mining companies at 60 cycles only. 
There has been a manifestation of activity in rural districts adjacent to Sudbury 
throughout the year and the Commission has given assistance and information 
to the various communities concerning the possibilities of obtaining hydro-electric 
service. 

A general decrease in load has been experienced in this district during the 
year. A very small portion of this decrease is due to reduced domestic 
consumption, the major portion being due to the lessened activities of most of 
the industrial customers in the mining and smelting industry. As a large portion 
of the decrease is paid for under the minimum clauses of the power contracts, 
revenues have not been as adversely affected as load conditions would indicate. 

Abitibi District 

This district comprises the area within transmission distance of the 
transmission line between Hunta and Sudbury. Up to October 1, 1932, power 
was obtained under a contract entered into by the Commission with The Ontario 
Power Service Corporation Limited, and after October 1, from the Abitibi 
Power & Paper Company. Power is supplied to mining companies at 25 cycles 
only. 

The operation of the 189 miles of 110,000-volt steel-tower line between 
Hunta and Copper Cliff was satisfactory throughout the year. Up to the end 
of the fiscal year, this line comprises all of the Commission's property in this 
district. 

Patricia District 

This district comprises the territory adjacent to the Ear Falls development 
at the foot of Lac Seul on the English river and power is being supplied at the 
present time to a large gold mine in the Red Lake mining area. Power is available 
in this district for mining or other purposes when requirements lie within 
reasonable transmission distance of the development. 

The generating and transformer station at Ear Falls have been in satisfactory 
operation throughout the year. All equipment has functioned as required, there 
being no failure of major importance. The load on the system has shown an 
increase over that existing during the previous year, the average monthly energy 
generated being about 29 per cent greater and the average monthly peak being 
about 17 per cent greater during 1932 than in 1931. 

The 44,000-volt transmission line between the generating station and the 
Howey gold mine, which is owned by the Howey Gold Mines, Limited, has been 
operated and maintained for them throughout the year under the same arrange- 
ment as in previous years. This transmission circuit has functioned perfectly 
during the year and has not been responsible for any interruption to service. 
Patrol and other work has been carried out along this transmission line throughout 
the year. 



1933 HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION xix 

Manitoulin District 

This district comprises the entire area of Manitoulin Island and was formed 
during the year in order to provide service to various sections in the vicinity of 
Gore Bay and Mindemoya. Various meetings were held for the purpose of 
explaining to prospective customers matters pertaining to procedure for obtaining 
service, and the utilization of electrical energy. Arrangements were finally made 
for the formation of a rural power district, in accordance with the various Acts 
and legislation governing rural distribution. Negotiations were conducted with 
The Little Rapids Pulp Company for a supply of power from a development at 
Kagawong. It is expected that the construction work will be completed and 
service made available early in 1933. 



The Annual Report 

The Table of Contents, pages xxv and xxvi, conveys a good understanding 
of the scope of the matters dealt with in the Report, to which there is also a 
comprehensive Index. To those not conversant with the Commission's Reports 
the following notes will be useful. 

In Section II, pages 5 to 52, dealing with the Operation of the Systems, 
are a number of interesting diagrams showing, graphically, the monthly loads 
on the various systems. Tables are also presented showing the amounts of 
power taken by the various municipalities in October during the past three years. 

The rural distribution work of the Commission has proved of widespread 
interest and special reference to this is made in Section III, on pages 61 to 78. 
The power distributed to rural districts is, and possibly must always be, but 
a relatively small proportion of the power distributed by the Commission. The 
supplying of electrical service in rural areas, and especially on the farm, has, 
however, been of great economic benefit to Ontario. The Provincial Government 
grants-in-aid of the capital cost of this work have been of value to agricultural 
activities, and have assisted the Commission to extend rural transmission lines 
to many areas. 

In Sections IV, V and VI will be found information respecting progress of 
work on new power developments and on transmission system extensions, 
together with photographic illustrations. 

About one-half of the Report is devoted to financial and other statistical 
data which are presented in two Sections, IX and X. 

Section IX presents in summary form the financial statements relating to 
the operations of the Commission chiefly in the generation, transformation and 
transmission of electrical energy to the co-operating municipalities. It is 
introduced by ah important explanatory statement which appears on pages 
131 to 135, to which special reference should be made. 

Section X presents in summary form the financial statements relating to 
the operations of the municipalities in the localized distribution of electrical 
energy to consumers. It also contains details of the costs of electrical energy to 
consumers in the various municipalities and tabular statements of the rates in 



xx TWENTY-FIFTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE No. 26 

force which have produced these costs. An explanation of the various tables 
and statements is given at the commencement of this Section on pages 255 to 257; 
and a special introduction to Statement "D," which relates to the cost of 
electrical service in Ontario, together with ^ diagram, appears on pages 380 to 383. 

In its Annual Reports the Commission aims to present a comprehensive 
statement respecting the activities of the whole undertaking under its 
administration. Explanatory statements descriptive of the operations of the 
Commission in various branches of its work are suitably placed throughout 
the Report in order that the citizens of the Province may be kept fully 
informed upon the working-out of the Commission's policies. 

The Commission receives many letters asking for general information 
respecting its activities, as well as requests for specific information concerning 
certain phases of its operations. In most cases these enquiries can satisfactorily 
be answered by simply directing attention to information presented in the 
Annual Report of the Commission. Real benefit would result to the "Hydro" 
undertaking if those who are commenting upon aspects of the Commission's 
work would first make sure by consulting the Commission's publications that 
the data upon which their comments are to be based are adequate and pertinent 
to the subject in hand. By such a course much misrepresentation, as well as 
inconvenience, would be avoided. 



The Present Situation 

Respecting the present power situation, the circumstances described in last 
year's Annual Report continued to apply throughout 1932. A still larger 
proportion of industrial capacity in general was idle than the proportion in 1931, 
and obviously the Commission must correspondingly maintain a larger proportion 
of reserve power capacity. To fail to do so would entail a risk of industry being 
prevented from resuming its former scale of activities. The power provisions 
made in the past in order to meet requirements of present years were on a 
conservative basis; that is to say, they were substantially less than would have 
been required under a continuance of the rate of growth that had consistently been 
maintained over a period of eighteen years up to 1929. 

In this connection, the outcome of the Commission's financial reserve policy, 
followed over a period of several years, has been specially beneficial. As has been 
noted, extra funds placed in reserve in 1926 to 1930 with a view to cost stabiliza- 
tion, have in 1932 assisted in carrying the charges entailed by the necessary 
present provision of power reserves. It has not been necessary to increase the 
rates to consumers in general, and indeed, the average cost per kilowatt-hour to 
domestic consumers throughout the Province has continued to decrease. After 
all adjustments, including the special withdrawals for cost stabilization, there 
was a net increase in reserves of $3,741,074.72. Such a result, achieved under 
the difficult economic circumstances of 1932, together with the fact that the 
Commission's reserves now aggregate $66,145,486.61, demonstrate, it is believed, 
a strong financial position which is cause for satisfaction to all interested in 
Ontario's welfare. 



1933 HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION xxi 

With respect to the immediate outlook, it is of course impossible to predict 
with certainty even approximately what will be the course of general industrial 
activity, and of power demands which depend upon such activity. Many out- 
standing leaders have expressed the opinion that recovery when it occurs will be 
of a gradual nature. On the other hand, some features of past experience point 
to the possibility of very rapid resumption of utilization of power temporarily 
discontinued. In these circumstances, the Commission has pursued a course of 
studying means whereby reserve capacity may be put to present use, while still 
retaining in large measure its characteristics as reserve against shortage of power 
for essential uses. Negotiations were in hand in 1932 for the utilization of some 
80,000 horsepower on the Niagara system for steam raising in the pulp and 
paper industry, and the Commission is conducting similar negotiations with a 
view to other installations on this system and on the Thunder Bay system. 

Also, the Commission has had under investigation the possibility of designing 
an efficient type of domestic water-heating installation that could be purchased 
and installed at low cost, and has been working out a plan whereby, in co-operation 
with the municipalities, the Commission might install such water-heating equip- 
ment without cost to the consumers. Under such a programme, the revenues 
from the sale of power for operation of the heaters would represent an economic 
saving from employment of power that would otherwise not be utilized at this 
time, and would in a short period, reimburse the Commission for its outlay. 
Besides affording to the consumers the benefit of a continuous supply of hot water 
at low cost under special new low rates, such a programme would give a sub- 
stantial stimulus to employment throughout the Province by the expenditures 
upon construction and installation of equipment. 

Thus by the various means that have been mentioned — maintenance of 
adequate power reserves for encouragement of industrial recovery; past accumu- 
lation and subsequent utilization of special financial reserves for cost stabilization; 
the fulfillment of all financial obligations; and the devising of means for profitable 
employment of capacity — the Commission has sought to afford benefit and 
encouragement to the activities of Ontario citizens while maintaining its 
undertaking in an unchallengeable physical and financial position. 

Owing to the curtailment of activities in construction work, the Commis- 
sion has found it necessary to reduce the number of its employees, not only in 
the field, but also upon its designing and drafting staffs. It is with great 
regret that the Commission has had to follow the unavoidable course of releasing 
men who have served the Hydro undertaking so faithfully. Nothing will give 
the Commission greater pleasure than to see such a return of general industrial 
and commercial activity as will afford opportunities for work for those now 
unemployed. 

During the past year there has been noted in the press of the Province and 
especially in that of the smaller cities, towns and villages, an increasing tendency, 
in matters relating to the Hydro enterprise, to consult the authentic sources of 
information respecting the Commission's operations, such as the Annual Report 
and other official publications and statements that are issued from time to time. 
Moreover, while some seriously misleading statements continue to be made, 
tending to create quite unwarranted impressions respecting such matters, for 



xxii TWENTY-FIFTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE No. 26 

example, as the magnitude of reserve power supplies, it is evident that such 
statements are being critically scrutinized and the press of the Province in 
editorial articles not infrequently discriminatingly discounts adverse statements 
of an unfounded character. The Commission appreciates that the press has given 
generously of its space and services in recording and commenting upon matters 
relating to the Hydro undertaking, and for this the Commission especially desires 
to express its gratitude. 

The Twenty-fifth Annual Report of the Hydro-Electric Power Commission 
is definitely reassuring. There have been difficult times in the past and doubtless 
there may be ups and downs in the future, but the record of the Hydro under- 
taking demonstrates that — especially under the economic stress of recent years — 
but very few business enterprises can parallel the past achievements and present 
status of the Hydro undertaking as recorded in this Report. 

Respectfully submitted, 

J. R. Cooke, 

Chairman 



1933 HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION xxiii 



Toronto, Ontario, March 31st, 1933, 



Hon. J. R. Cooke, M.L.A., 

Chairman, The Hydro-Electric Power Commission of Ontario, 
Toronto, Ontario. 

Sir, — I have the honour to transmit herewith the Twenty-fifth Annual 
Report of The Hydro-Electric Power Commission of Ontario for the fiscal year 
ended October 31st, 1932. 

I have the honour to be, 

Sir, 
Your obedient servant, 

W. W. Pope, 

Secretary 



1933 HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION xxv 



CONTENTS 

Section page 

I. Legal Proceedings: 

Acts (see also Appendix I) - 1 

Right-of-way 2 



II. Operation of the Systems: 

General -------- 5 

Niagara system ------------- 12 

Georgian Bay system - 23 

Eastern Ontario system ----------- 29 

Thunder Bay system - ------- _41 

Northern Ontario system - 45 



III. Municipal Work: 

Niagara system - _._-__...-_ 53 

Georgian Bay system - 56 

Eastern Ontario system - 57 

Thunder Bay system ------- 59 

Northern Ontario system ------ 59 

Rural Electrical Service 61 



IV. Hydraulic Engineering and Construction: 

General .......... ^ ... . 79 

Niagara system - - .._.._ 80 

Georgian Bay system ------------ 84 

Eastern Ontario system - _'•-.- - 84 

Thunder Bay system ----- 84 

Northern Ontario system ----------- 86 

Hydraulic investigations - 88 



V. Electrical Engineering and Construction: 

Niagara system ----,.._ 89 

Georgian Bay system ------ 96 

Eastern Ontario system _--_-______ 98 

Thunder Bay system ------------- 100 

Northern Ontario system - - - 100 



VI. Transmission, Distribution and Rural systems (see also Appendices II and III): 

Niagara system -- _____ 101 

Georgian Bay system ------------ 104 

Eastern Ontario system ' - 104 

Northern Ontario system ----------- 104 

Telephone lines all systems ------- . 105 

Distribution lines and systems 106 



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No. 26 



Section 

VII. Laboratories 



Electrical Inspection 



page 
109 

122 



VIII. Electric Railways: 

Sandwich, Windsor and Amherstburg railway 124 

Windsor, Essex & Lake Shore railway - 126 

guelph district railway 128 



IX. Financial Statements re Hydro- Electric Power Commission: 

Explanatory statement respecting the accounts 131 

General detailed statement of assets and liabilities 136 

Niagara system 150 

Georgian Bay system 196 

Eastern Ontario system - - - - 216 

Thunder Bay system 238 

Sudbury district ..-.-... 244 

Abitibi and Patricia districts - - 246 

Provincial Treasurer, account with - - - - - - - - 246 

Guelph Radial railway 248 

Hamilton Street railway - 250 

Appropriations, advances and capital expenditures 252 



X. Municipal Accounts and Statistical Data: 

Explanatory statement 255 

Consolidated balance sheet 258 

Consolidated operating report 263 

Statement A — Balance sheets 268 

Statement B — Detailed operating reports 314 

Statement C — Respecting street lights 360 

Statement D — Comparative revenue, consumption, number of consumers, 

AVERAGE MONTHLY BILL, NET COST PER KILOWATT-HOUR, ETC. - - - 380 

Statement E — Cost of power to municipalities and rates to consumers 

FOR DOMESTIC, COMMERCIAL LIGHTING ANDJOWER SERVICE - - - 398 



Appendix I. Acts 415 

Appendix II, Transmission Line Records 423 

Appendix III. Distribution Lines and Systems 446 

Index 453 



1933 HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION xxvii 



ILLUSTRATIONS 

PAGE 

Transmission Line Towers at Chats Falls Frontispiece 

Forestry Division — Operating Department: 

Underpruning and crown pruning of trees 10 

trees beyond preservation and preserved by cabling 11 

Rural Electrical Service in Ontario: 

Three-horsepower motor driving machinery in barn ------ 60 

a farm home in ontario using hydro service 61 

Horizontal chopper 63 

Suggested set-up of farm chopper in barn 65 

An electric blower on the house furnace -------- 67 

Grading tobacco by use of artificial sun lamp -------- 70 

DeCew Falls Power Development: 

Automatic gauge setting on reservoir --------- 81 

Chats Falls Power Development— Ottawa River: 

Headworks and gantry crane . - - - 82 

Generator room from Ontario end ---------- 83 

Improvements at outlet of Chats Lake - 85 

deschenes gauge well and shelter ---------- 85 

Alexander Power Development — Nipigon River: 

Trimmed banks and walks at power house 87 

Generator room showing three units ----- 87 

Elliott Chute Development — South River: 

Rip-rap protection to roadway across reservoir 88 

Chats Falls Power Development — Ottawa River: 

Transformer station at Chats Falls ---------- 90 

Interior of generating station from Quebec end ------- 91 

West Hill Distributing Station - 93 

Woodstock Transformer Station — Switching Structures ------ 95 

Toronto-Leaside Transformer Station — Lightning Arresters ----- 97 

Queenston-Chippawa Power Development — Niagara River: 

Grounds adjacent to forebay and screen house - - 99 

Chats Falls Power Development — Ottawa River: 

Control room --------------- 99 

Hydro 220,000-Volt Transmission Lines: 

Beauharnois line crossing over Gatineau line - - - - - - - - 103 

Beauharnois line looking east from tower 251 ------- 103 

Beauharnois line terminal towers at Chats Falls ------- 105 

Rural Electrical Service — Transformer Mountings 106 

Testing and Research Laboratories: 

Samples OF FAILURE OF MACHINERY ENAMEL - - - - - - - - - 113 

Apparatus for determining the permeability of concrete mixtures - - - 115 

Sodium-sulphate test for soundness of concrete aggregate 116 

Oscillograph records ----- 117 

Machine for testing flexible cords 119 



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DIAGRAMS 

PAGE 

Niagara system — Peak loads, 1910 to 1932 8 

Niagara system — Monthly kilowatt-hours taken by the, 1918 to 1932 ... 15 

Dominion Power and Transmission system — Diagram of stations 17 

Niagara system — Diagram of stations. Insert facing 18 

Georgian Bay system — Peak loads, 1919 to 1932 - - 25 

Georgian Bay system — Diagram of stations. Insert facing 26 

Eastern Ontario system — Peak loads, for all districts, 1928 to 1932 31 

Precipitation diagram — Otonabee watershed -------- 33 

Central Ontario district — General operating data 34 

Ottawa district — Peak loads, 1917 to 1932 -------- 37 

Madawaska district — Diagram of stations --------- 38 

Eastern Ontario system — Diagram of stations. Insert facing - - 38 

Thunder Bay system — Diagram of stations ----42 

Thunder Bay system — Peak loads, 1916 to 1932 43 

Northern Ontario system — Diagram of stations 47 

Nipissing district — Peak loads, 1921 to 1932 45 

Sudbury district — Peak loads, 1930 to 1932 49 

Abitibi district — Peak loads, 1931 and 1932 - 50 

Patricia district — Peak loads, 1930 to 1932 51 

Rural power districts — Mileage of primary lines approved 68 

Rural power districts — Aggregate peak loads, 1921 to 1932 ------ 69 

Electrical Inspection department — Chart illustrating operations - - - 122 

Sandwich, Windsor and Amherstburg Railway — Operating statistics - - - - 125 

Windsor, Essex & Lake Shore railway — Operating statistics 127 

Guelph District railways — Operating statistics - - - ----- 129 

Cost of electrical service in Municipalities served by The Hydro- Electric Power 

Commission 381 

MAPS 

Dominion Power transmission lines At end of volume 

Transmission lines and stations of The Hydro-Electric Power Commission of 

Ontario - At end of volume 



TWENTY-FIFTH ANNUAL REPORT 

OF THE 

Hydro -Electric Power Commission 

of Ontario 



SECTION I 



LEGAL 



At the 1932 Session of the Legislative Assembly of the Province of Ontario, 
three Acts relating to the work of the Hydro-Electric Power Commission of 
Ontario were passed. These are reproduced in full in Appendix I to this report. 
The short titles to the said Acts are as follows: 

The Power Commission Act, 1932, Chapter 14. 

The Sandwich, Windsor and Amherstburg Railway Act, 1932, 

Chapter 56. 
The Windsor Essex and Lake Shore Rapid Railway Act, 1932, 

Chapter 99. 

The agreements between the Hydro-Electric Power Commission of Ontario 
and the municipalities and corporations mentioned in the list hereunder given 
were approved by Order-in-Council dated the 29th day of December, 1932. 



Towns 

Bowmanville Nov. 16, 1931 

Cobourg Feb. 8, 1932 

Trenton Sept. 30, 1931 

Townships 

Municipality of Neebing July 6, 1932 

Ancaster Nov. 10, 1931 

Ashfield Dec. 29, 1931 

Augusta Dec. 30, 1931 

Bedford Oct. 27, 1931 

Beverly July 27, 1932 

Billings July 30, 1932 

Burleigh and Anstruther Jan. 11, 1932 

Caledon May 2, 1932 

Cardwell Sept. 23, 1932 

Carnarvon July 19, 1932 

Culross Nov. 17, 1931 

East Flamboro April 19, 1932 

Fitzroy July 1, 1932 



Gordon and Allan July 25, 1932 

Greenock Nov. 9, 1931 

Humphrey June 18, 1932 

Muskoka Oct. 28, 1931 

Normanby Nov. 23, 1931 

North Cayuga Nov. 21, 1931 

North Grimsby Aug. 13, 1932 

Perry April 28, 1932 

Osgoode Nov. 2, 1931 

Ridout Dec. 15, 1931 

Saugeen June 11, 1932 

Sheffield Feb. 15, 1932 

Sunnidale . .April 16, 1932 

Tecumseh Mar. 4, 1932 

Vespra June 10, 1932 

Wellesley Nov. 2, 1931 

West Gwillimbury Mar. 5, 1932 

West Wawanosh Dec. 21, 1931 

Woolwich Nov. 3, 1931 



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Corporations 

Canadian Industrial Alcohol Company, Limited Nov. 1, 1931 

Canadian Timber Company, Limited April 25, 1932 

The Cooksville Company, Limited June 1, 1932 

Eugene F. Phillips Electrical Works, Limited June 1, 1932 

Gypsum, Lime and Alabastine Canada, Limited April 27, 1932 

His Majesty The King, in the right of the Province of Ontario Feb. 1, 1932 

Interprovincial Brick Company, Limited Nov. 4, 1931 

Right-of-Way 

Rural Power Lines 

A large amount of work on rural power transmission lines involving the 
securing of pole and anchor rights, and in some cases tree-trimming and cutting 
rights, was carried on during the year. Wood-pole lines and extensions were 
constructed in the following rural power districts: Ailsa Craig, Alexandria, 
Amherstburg, Arnprior, Aylmer, Ayr, Baden, Bala, Barrie, Baysville, Beamsville, 
Beaumaris, Beaverton, Belle River, Belleville, Blenheim, Bond Lake, Bothwell, 
Bowmanville, Bradford, Brant, Brigden, Brockville, Bruce, Caledonia, Chatham, 
Chesterville, Chippawa, Clinton, Cobourg, Colborne, Creemore, Delaware, 
Dorchester, Dresden, Drumbo, Dundas, Dunnville, Dutton, Elmvale, Elmira, 
Elora, Essex, Eugenia, Exeter, Fenelon Falls, Forest, Fort William, Galt^ 
Georgetown, Georgina, Goderich, Grantham, Gravenhurst, Guelph, Haldimand, 
Harrow, Huntsville, Iroquois, Keswick, Kingston, Lakefield, Listowel, London, 
Lucan, Lynden, Manitoulin, Markdale, Markham, Martintown, Maxville, 
Meaford, Medonte, Merlin, Millbrook, Milton, Milverton, Mitchell, Napanee, 
Nepean, Newcastle, Newmarket, Niagara, North Bay, Norwich, Norwood, Oil 
Springs, Omemee, Orangeville, Oshawa, Perth, Peterborough, Port Arthur, Port 
Hope, Port Perry, Prescott, Preston, Ripley, St. Jacobs, St. Marys, St. Thomas, 
Saltfleet, Sandwich, Sarnia, Scarborough, Simcoe, Smiths Falls, Sparrow Lake, 
Stamford, Stayner, Stirling, Streetsville, Tara, Thamesville, Tilbury, Tillsonburg, 
Trenton, Utterson, Uxbridge, W T allaceburg, Walsingham, Walton, Waterdown, 
Waterford, Welland, Wellington, Williamsburg, Woodbridge, Woodstock, 
Wroxeter. 

As in previous years, lines of this class were located as far as possible on 
public roads, but in some cases in order to save trees, or owing to certain physical 
conditions on the right-of-way, certain lines have been constructed on private 
properties, rendering it necessary to secure location rights from the owners. 

In cases where the Department of Public Highways or County Road Com- 
missions have found it advisable to realign their roadways, it has been necessary 
to relocate poles, anchors, etc. In these cases settlements have been arrived at 
as provided by the "Public Service Works on Highways Act," under which the 
Commission and the other interested parties each pay fifty per cent of the 
actual cost of the labour involved, the Commission paying all other costs, if any. 

Low-Tension Lines 

Construction work has been carried out on the following low-tension lines 
during the year: 

Healey Falls to Norwood. Napanee to Cataraqui. 

Todmorden to Brinlock Corners. Warkworth to Newcombe. 

Norwood to Havelock. Newcombe to Welcome. 

Norwood to Hastings. Welcome to Oshawa. 



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HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



Low-Tension Lines — Continued 

Port Hope to Newcastle. 

Bowmanville to Oshawa. 

Napanee to Bath. 

Belleville Switching Station to Belleville 

Distributing Station. 
Chesley to Paisley. 
Kilsyth to Tara. 
Hepworth to Wiarton. 
Saugeen Junction to Derby Mills. 
YValkerton to Walkerton Quarries. 
Walkerton Quarries to Teeswater. 
Melancthon to Amaranth. 
Derby Mills to Tara. 
Waubaushene to South Falls. 
Hanna Chute to South Falls. 
Ragged Rapids to Big Chute. 
Ragged Rapids to Bala. 
Kilworth Junction to Wasdells Falls. 
Kitchener to Hanover. 
Derby Mills to Hepworth. 
Forfar to West port. 
Lyn to Athens. 
Cornwall to Winchester. 
Dominionville to Alexandria. 
Utterson to Windermere. 
Beaumaris to Falkenburgh. 
Windermere to Rosseau. 
Niagara to Dundas. 
Hamilton to Binkley's Corners. 
Dundas to Hamilton. 
Dundas to Caledonia. 
Dundas to Bertram. 
Guelph to Hamilton. 
London to St. Thomas. 
Kitchener to W'aterloo. 
Stratford to Tavistock. 
Stratford to Sebringville. 
Woodstock to Norwich. 
St. Thomas to Sarnia. 
St. Thomas to Shedden. 
St. Thomas to Aylmer. 
Brant to Brantford. 
Brant to St. George. 
Essex to Maiden. 

Hamilton Transformer Station to Stirton Ave". 
Bridgman Avenue to Leaside. 
Wiltshire Avenue to Weston. 
Welland to Port Colborne. 
Queenston to Saltfleet. 
Queenston to Pelham. 
Saltfleet to Burlington. 
Allenburg to Dundas. 
Allenburg to St. Thomas. 
Pelham to St. Thomas. 
Pelham to Nelson. 
Fonthill to W 7 elland. 
Burlington to Islington. 
Halton Junction to Cooksville. 
Michigan Junction to Port Colborne. 
Crowland to Port Colborne. 
Wiltshire Avenue Junction to Bridgman 

Avenue. 
Erbs Junction to Stratford. 



W T abash to Michigan Junction. 

Merritton to Lincoln. 

Dundas to Lynden. 

Lythmore to DeCewsville. 

Hagersville to Jarvis. 

DeCewsville to Cayuga. 

York Mills to Newmarket. 

York Mills to Langstaff. 

Keswick to Sutton. 

Danforth Junction to West Hill. 

Don Junction to Scarborough. 

Andrews Junction to Pottageville. 

Langstaff to Mountjoy. 

Williams to Sharon. 

Ailsa Craig to Parkhill. 

Mt. Brydges to Strathroy. 

Dorchester to London. 

Elginfield Junction to Ailsa Craig. 

Broughdale to Ailsa Craig. 

St. Jacobs to Elmira. 

Walton to Blyth. 

Sebringville Junction to Milverton Junction. 

W 7 est Lome to Rodney. 

Brantford to Paris. 

Burford to Waterford. 

Waterford to Dover. 

Paris to Burford. 

Streetsville to Milton. 

Newbury to Wardsville. 

Newbury to Glencoe. 

Tilbury to Fletcher. 

Ridgetown to Thamesville. 

Ridgetown to Rondeau. 

Bothwell to Blenheim. 

Bothwell to Ridgetown. 

Bothwell to Wallaceburg. 

Como to Dresden. 

Dresden to Oil Springs. 

Fletcher to Merlin. 

Harrow to Kingsville. 

Leamington to Kingsville. 

Islington to Weston. 

Albion Park to Woodbridge. 

Wyoming to Watford. 

Forest to Wyoming. 

Forest to Petrolia. 

Watford to Forest. 

Sarnia to Forest. 

Nipigon to Bare Point. 

Smiths Falls to Forfar. 

Arnprior to Galetta. 

Burnstown to Arnprior. 

Waubaushene to Midland. 

Fennell to Bradford. 

Beeton to Tottenham. 

Carlington to Richmond. 

Beaverton to Cannington. 

Kirkfield Junction to Kirkfield Distributing 

Station. 
Elliott Chute to Bingham Chute. 
North Bay to Sturgeon Falls. 
Smoky Falls to North Bay, 



The right-of-way has been secured where necessary in these cases, and all 
claims for tree-trimming, crop damages, or other demands in connection with 
construction work have been settled. 



4 TWENTY-FIFTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE No. 26 

Substation Sites 

Sites for substations and operators' residences have been purchased at the 
following places during the year: Port Robinson, West Hill, Falkenburgh, 
Cumberland, Forest, Maxville, Dorion. 

Flooding Rights 

A number of claims for damages on account of flooding lands along the 
Ottawa river, at Trethewey Falls on the Muskoka river, and on the South river 
in the Nipissing system have been arranged. 

220,000-Volt Lines 

Quite a number of settlements have been closed for claims of various kinds 
on the several Gatineau lines which were outstanding last year. In a few cases 
owners have called on the official valuator to make an award, which led to 
satisfactory adjustments being made. 

Additional 220,000-volt single-circuit steel-tower lines were constructed 
during the year between Chats Falls transmission station and Cumberland 
Junction, and between Cumberland Junction and the Interprovincial Boundary, 
to carry Beauharnois power. Ninety per cent of all claims, including tower 
rights, tree-trimming and damage claims, have been settled by negotiation. 

General 

The usual number of miscellaneous items, including right-of-way over Indian 
Reserves, disposal of lands no longer required for Commission purposes, leases 
for office and other purposes, have been dealt with by the Department. 



1933 HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



SECTION II 



OPERATION OF THE SYSTEMS 



The quality of service rendered throughout the various systems during the 
past fiscal year was generally satisfactory. Interruptions were few in number, 
and most of those which did occur affected relatively small areas. No serious 
failures of equipment occurred. 

Important extensions to equipment in operation were made at Chats Falls 
where six generators with accompanying switching equipment and transformers 
were installed, completing the development as scheduled at present. About 100 
miles of 220,000-volt transmission line from Chats Falls to the Quebec boundary 
near Beauharnois was put into operation during October. This line has been 
delivering the first 35,000 horsepower under contract with the Beauharnois 
Light, Heat and Power Company. 

The demand for power in the fiscal year 1932 was on the whole substantially 
equal to that of 1931, some systems showing slight increases, others small 
decreases. The average load of all systems in Ontario shows the slight decrease 
of 1.2 per cent. 

As a measure of total demands for all systems combined, the method of 
adding together the annual peak loads of the individual systems sometimes gives 
anomalous results because of the diversity in the times at which they occur. 
For some purposes it is better to use the figures for kilowatt-hours or average 
load when dealing with combined totals. 

During the fiscal year, the various systems show the following increases 
and decreases in their average load. The Niagara system (exclusive of export) 
shows an average decrease of 1.9 per cent without the Dominion Power and 
Transmission system, or 2.6 per cent including this system; the Thunder Bay 
system shows a reduction of only 0.7 per cent; the Eastern Ontario system shows 
a decrease of 5 per cent; the Georgian Bay system shows an increase of 4 per 
cent; and the Northern Ontario system shows an increase of 75 per cent. The 
large increase on the Northern Ontario system was due to the addition of the 
new Abitibi district. The Sudbury district showed a decrease of 15 per cent, 
the Nipissing district an increase of 1.3 per cent, and the Patricia district an 
increase of 29 per cent. 

The export of surplus or off-peak power dropped to a negligible amount. 
Even the firm power, exported under contracts made by the Ontario Power 



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No. 26 



TOTAL POWER GENERATED AND 
HYDRO -ELECTRIC GENERATING PLANTS 


Generating Plants 


Rated 

electrical 

horsepower 

of 
generators 


Normal 

plant 

capacity 

Oct. 31, 

1932 

horsepower 


Peak load 

during 
fiscal year 
1931-1932 
horsepower 


Total output 

during 

fiscal year 

1931-1932 

kilowatt-hours 


Niagara system 

Queenston-Chippawa — Niagara river. . . . 

"Ontario Power" — Niagara river 

"Toronto Power" — Niagara river 

Chats Falls — Ottawa river (Commission's 
half) 


533,000 
161,000 
110,000 

107.100 

56,400 
26,800 

5,100 

1,550 

2,300 

680 

4,610 

860 

6,440 

350 

375 

415 

4,020 
3,480 
6,600 
4,800 
9,650 
4,020 
12,060 
2,010 
1,070 
2,810 
530 
5,400 
1,070 

68,400 
51,300 

2,750 
1,200 
1,930 

5,100 
2,680 
5,360 

5,400 


522,000 
183,000 
147,000 

96,000 

50,000 
24,000 

5,350 

1,600 

2,200 

560 

5,625 

1,100 

7,300 

400 

500 

370 

4,020 
3,480 
6,430 
4,500 
9,650 
4,020 
12,060 
2,010 

860 
2,440 

430 
4,300 

860 

75,000 
54,000 

2,350 
1,200 
1,750 

5,500 
2,550 
6,150 

5,000 


493,298 

105,898 

24,129 

94,504 

46,112 
9,115 

5,780 

1,609 

2,145 

590 

5,845 

1,206 

7,774 

416 

543 

275 

4,424 

3,485 
7,828 
4,759 

10,724 
3,485 

15,550 
2,547 
1,072 
3,116 
429 
1,960 
603 

38,700 
34,304 

2,440 
1,314 
1,930 

5,563 

2,882 
6,300 

2,048 


1,852,645,000 

187,740,000 

47,232,000 

184,519,550 


Dominion Power and Trans, system* 

DeCew Falls — Welland canal 


105,861,200 


Steam plant — Hamilton 

Georgian Bay system 

South Falls — South Muskoka river 

Hanna Chute — South Muskoka river. . . . 
Trethewey Falls — South Muskoka river. . 
Bala No. 1 and No. 2 — Muskoka river. . . 
Big Chute — Severn river 


-351,300 

19,919,760 
6,472,800 
8,481,600 
2,340,328 

15,758,280 


Wasdells Falls — Severn river 


4,664,600 


Eugenia Falls — Beaver river 


21,373,800 


Hanover — Saugeen river ;..... 


670,176 


Walkerton — Saugeen river 


1,988,800 


Southampton — Saugeen river 


620,000 


Eastern Ontario system 

Sidney-Dam No. 2 — Trent river 


12,723,400 


Frankford-Dam No. 5 — Trent river 

Meyersburg-Dam No. 8 — Trent river. . . . 
Hague's Reach-Dam No. 9 — Trent river . . 
Ranney Falls- Dam No. 10 — Trent river. . 

Heely Falls-Dam No. 14 — Trent river.. . . 
Auburn-Dam No. 18 — Otonabee river. . . . 
Fenelon Falls-Dam No. 30 — Sturgeon river 

High Falls — Mississippi river 

Carleton Place — Mississippi river 

Calabogie — Madawaska river 


5,295,250 

16,614,480 

11,815,490 

21,511,620 

11,968,810 

26,133,654 

7,565,600 

1,830,235 

8,155,944 

3,720 

4,736,190 


Galetta — Mississippi river 


583,400 


Thunder Bay system 

Cameron Falls — Nipigon river 


106.073,000 


Alexander — Nipigon river 


142,512,000 


Northern Ontario system 
Nipissing district 

Nipissing — South river 


4,827,000 


Bingham Chute — South river 


3,563,200 


Elliott Chute — South river 


3,670,800 


Sudbury district 

Coniston — Wanapitei river 

McVittie — Wanapitei river 


13,454,472 
12,006,264 


Stinson — Wanapitei river 


15,160,104 


Patricia district 

Ear Falls — English river 


10,385,800 






Total generated 


1,218,620 


1,255,565 


954,702 


2,900,527,027 



*In process of incorporation with the Niagara system. 
^ Note. — The first column of figures in the above table shows the electrical horsepower 
equivalent of the rating put on the generators by the manufacturers. These ratings do not take 
into consideration water conditions and other factors which affect the over-all capacity of the 
generating plant. The plant capacities which appear in the second column of figures are nominal 
operating ratings and cannot be used in determining the power continuously available in the case 
of individual plants or any group of plants. Plant ratings, regardless of installed capacity, depend 
upon a number of factors, such as net head, water supply, machine outages, changes in operating 
schedule, and load factor, all of which factors may vary from time to time. It may be necessary 
to change these ratings somewhat from year to year due to the above causes, and also due to 
plant additions or alterations. 



1933 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



PURCHASED— ALL SYSTEMS 



POWER PURCHASED 



Power source 



Contract 

amount 

horsepower 



Total 

purchased 

kilowatt-hours 



Canadian Niagara Power Co. — 25 cycle 

Gatineau Power Co. — 25 cycle 

Ottawa Valley Power Co 

Beauharncis Light, Heat & Power Co 

Canadian Niagara Power Co. — For D.P. & T. 66 cycle system 

Campbellford Water & Light Commission* 

Cedars Rapids Power Co 

M. F. Beach Estate 

Rideau Power Co 

Ottawa & Hull Power & Mfg. Co 

Gatineau Power Co. — 60 cycle 

Orillia Water, Light & Power Commission* 

Abitibi Pulp & Paper Co. — Sturgeon Falls 

Ontario Power Service Corporation 



Total purchased 



Total available capacity, generated and purchased, 
« « u « u « 



1932. 
1931 



Increase. 



Total kilowatt-hours, generated and purchased, 1932 .... 

« « « u « a 19 SI 



Decrease . 



20,000 
260,000 
96,000 
35,000 
10,000 



7,500 

500 

487 

20,000 

30,000 



25,000 



504,487 



1,760,052 
1,575,152 



184,900 



46,356,900 

772,567,900 

184,519,550 

2,960,000 

57,685,000 

366,200 

25,306,500 

911,700 

2,512,500 

66,547,800 

92,747,000 

1,170 

24,935 

55,439,000 



1,307,946,155 



4,208,473,182 
4,537,514,814 



329,041,632 



Of the increase in generated and purchased capacity shown above, amounting to 184,900 
h.p., 137,000 h p. became available on October 1, 1932, and hence was available for only one 
month of the fiscal year 1931-32. 

* Reciprocal arrangement for surplus power. 



Company before its acquisition- by .the' Commission, declined to the contract 
minimum, a decline, doubtless, due to the general business depression which 
has affected the sale of power in both the United States and Canada. 

The table of power generated and purchased, given in this section of the 
Report, shows a decrease from the previous year's total of 329,000,000 kilowatt- 
hours. Of this 282,000,000 kilowatt-hours were due to the drop in the power 
exported, so that the total decrease in the energy used on the Commission's 
systems in Ontario last year, as compared with the preceding year, was less 
than 47,000,000 kilowatt-hours, or 1.2 per cent. 

Load curves are given in this section of the Report showing the peak loads 
of each system, month by month, over a period of years. They give a clear 
picture of load conditions. 

Load conditions on the Commission's systems in Ontario during the depres- 
sion may be summed up as follows: In 1929, the load showed more than a normal 
year's increase. The beginning of the industrial depression — which is usually- 
dated as from the stock-market crash of October, 1929 — did not appear to 
affect the demand for power up to the end of that year. In the latter part of 



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SUPPLEMENTARY DIAGRAM— NIAGARA SYSTEM PEAK LOADS 

LEGEND 

Canadian coincident peak loads delivered to system (not including export) 
as per graph on opposite page 

Sum of: — Canadian coincident peak loads; contractual export; and power 
paid for but not taken by companies supplied direct by Commission , 

Sum of: — Canadian coincident peak loads; contractual export; and total con- 
tractual obligations to companies supplied by the Commission in excess of power 
actually taken by them _^ _— -.— 

Note: In 1930, 1931 and 1932, certain companies supplied directly by the Commission did not 
avail themselves of the full amounts of power provided for in their contracts with the Commission, 
and consequently the "Niagara System Peak Loads" curve for these years falls substantially below 
the total of contractual obligations of the Commission to supply power in the Niagara system in 
these years. Also, the "Peak Load" diagram, as noted thereon, excludes contractual obligations 
for export of power. In order to indicate as closely as possible. the total demands — including these 
contractual obligations — for which power ha.d to be provided, the above diagram incorporates 
two additional curves. 

The quantities here added are accurate in themselves. The actual peak loads, however, 
that would have resulted had the full contractual rights been exercised, might have been 
slightly greater or less than the quantities shown in the diagram, because such peak loads would 
be increased by line losses and reduced by possible diversity — factors which cannot be evaluated 
exactly. 

1930, however, the effect of the depression was quite apparent in actual decreases 
in demand in industrial sections, and in the small increases in certain other 
sections, but the average load for the complete year still showed a slight increase 
above all previous years. In 1931, the load of industrial consumers continued at 
reduced levels throughout the year and brought the total load of the Commission 
in Ontario below the figures for 1930 and 1929, although it still remained above 
1928. In the past year, 1932, the effect of the depression has apparently spread 
more widely over the Province, including the less-highly industrialized centres, 
and has caused a further reduction in the total load, but, including all industrial, 
municipal and rural loads, the decline during the year has been very slight, 
only 1.2 per cent, compared with the decline of 15 per cent during 1931. 

If a comparison is made between the load during the past year (1932) and 
the load during the year preceding the start of the depression (1928), it will be 



10 



TWENTY-FIFTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 26 



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HiM ii 


4—4 


1 ■ 1 





OPERATING DEPARTMENT— FORESTRY DIVISION 

UNDER PRUNING CROWN PRUNING 

The structural growth of elm trees lends Maple trees symmetrically shaped by twig 



itself to this type of pruning, which removes 

branches on road and field sides to 

uniform height 



pruning on all sides 



found that the total load in Ontario, on all the Commission's systems, shows an 
increase of about 10 per cent. Part of this increase over 1928 is due to expansion 
— to the inclusion of new districts such as the Dominion Power and Transmission 
system, Bruce county, Madawaska, Bala, Sudbury and Abitibi districts. How- 
ever, the records show that there has been an actual increase in the remainder 
of the Commission's load in Ontario during the depression. The load in 1932, 
excluding these new properties, exceeded that of 1928 by more than 100,000.000 
kilowatt-hours. 

Thus there are certain hopeful features that may be noted in connection 
with the Commission's load. First, it is some encouragement to note that the 
loads during the period of depression have been so well maintained. A further 
encouraging feature is the arresting of the marked downward trend of the load 
in industrial areas, and the beginning of what may prove to be an upward trend. 
As already noted, the average load of all systems in Ontario declined only 1.2 
per cent last year as compared with 15 per cent during the preceding year. Taking 
the closing months of last year, instead of the average for the complete year, 
records show that the total load for these months exceeded the load for the 
corresponding months of the previous year. 

Forestry 

The work done by the Forestry field staff during the preceding year met with 
a very favourable reception from property owners and public officials with whom 
the staff came in contact. The spirit of co-operation and friendliness has been 
gratifying, and encouraged an extension of this service to more general use in 
connection with the Commission's transmission lines. 



1933 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



II 




OPERATING DEPARTMENT— FORESTRY DIVISION 



BEYOND PRESERVATION 
A split crotch followed by decay created a 
menace to lives and property. Beyond 
human effort to save, this magnificent old 

elm tree had to be removed 



PRESERVED BY CABLING 

Scientific cabling to prevent further splitting 

of the crotch has preserved this old monarch 

for many years and eliminated a hazard to 

traffic and Hydro service 



In order to meet the increasing demand for scientific pruning of the vast 
number of trees along the lines of the Niagara and Georgian Bay systems, a 
number of graduates from the Faculty of Forestry in the University of Toronto 
were added to the staff. 

The number of trees which were pruned, cabled or removed during the year 
totalled 46,584, an increase as compared with last year of more than eight 
thousand trees. The average cost per tree, including labour, travelling expenses, 
training and similar forestry overhead expense, cables, compound and other 
materials, came to $1.85. 

The slight increase in the average cost per tree is due to the fact that it has 
been found desirable to do more extensive work. This, however, will make a 
greater improvement in the physical conditions along the lines and reduce annual 
maintenance expenditures. 

A systematic survey of the trees on Ontario highways along which the 
Commission's power and telephone lines extend, has disclosed hitherto unknown 
hazards to life, property and service, as shown in the reproduction of two photo- 
graphs entitled ''Beyond Preservation" and "Preserved by Cabling." Many 
similar specimens are still standing along our highways and lines, and could be 
saved if given attention in time. 



12 TWENTY-FIFTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE No. 26 

Two distinctly different types of pruning are shown in the illustrations 
entitled "Under Pruning" and "Crown Pruning." Both of these methods 
provide adequate clearance for power conductors, and improve the trees and 
aesthetic conditions along the highways. 

During the past year two important reforestation projects were undertaken 
in co-operation with the Ontario Forestry Branch. Approximately one hundred 
thousand coniferous trees were planted along the banks of the Queenston- 
Chippewa power canal and several thousand on the hillside behind the Eugenia 
generating station. 

Radio Communication 

The Commission's short-wave radio stations at Toronto, Cameron Falls 
and Ear Falls have been in service all year. There have been no changes in 
equipment and only routine maintenance has been required. 

Communication schedules between Toronto and the other two stations 
have been maintained throughout the year. The service obtained from these 
stations, however, has not been as dependable as in previous years, there being 
several occasions when conditions, atmospheric and otherwise, have rendered 
communication impossible. 

These stations are now operating under private commercial station licenses. 

NIAGARA SYSTEM 

Queenston Generating Station 

There were no failures of major equipment in the Queenston plant during 
the year. The usual systematic inspection and maintenance of all apparatus 
and parts were carried out. The larger maintenance jobs are noted below. 

No. 1 generator and turbine were out of service from January 2 to February 
17. During this period the turbine runner was removed for repairs and a spare 
runner installed in its place. Welding repairs were made to the Johnson valve 
seat and repairs made to the control valves. The generator windings were 
thoroughly cleaned and painted. 

No. 4 unit, which as mentioned in the last Annual Report was shut down 
for overhaul towards the end of the previous year, was returned to service on 
December 13, 1931. Extensive repairs were made to the field-pole insulation, 
the windings were cleaned and painted, and repairs made to the turbine runner 
by welding. 

No. 5 unit was out of service from April 19 to June 27 for inspection and 
repair. The governor was completely overhauled and re-aligned. Several of the 
insulating collars on the field windings were found broken and were replaced. 
Repairs by welding were made to the turbine runner. 

No. 6 unit was out of service from March 14 to April 2. The rotor was 
removed and the generator windings given a thorough cleaning and painting. 
A complete overhaul and re-alignment of the governor were found necessary. 

No. 8 unit was out of service from July 6 until October 28. Several field 
pole insulating collars were found broken; the rotor was completely dismantled, 
all field coils being removed and re-insulated with a new type of collar. The 
governor was re-aligned and several worn bushings replaced. The turbine 
runner required extensive repairs, which were made by welding. The turbine 
bronze journal was machined, and the lignum vitae bearing was re-blocked. 

Periodic tests on meters and relays were made according to schedule. 



1933 HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 13 

Ontario Power Plant 

No serious failures of equipment were experienced in the operation of this 
plant during the year. All equipment and structures were regularly inspected 
and repairs or adjustments made where required, thus maintaining the plant in 
efficient condition. 

The repairs to No. 10 unit, which were mentioned in the last Annual Report 
as being in progress at the close of the fiscal year, were completed and the unit 
returned to service on December 15. 

To prevent rock dropping from the cliffs at the rear of the powerhouse, the 
loose rocks on the face of the cliff are being scaled off and a wall built to protect 
the power house. This work was still in progress at the end of the fiscal year. 

While the usual routine of inspection and repair has been carried out there 
were few items of special note to report. 

Toronto Power Plant 

• 

This plant was operated at reduced loads, permitting the water to be used 
more efficiently in the newer plants. 

Coils failed in generators Nos. 2, 3, 5 and 11, but repairs were made and 
the units put back into service. 

Bearings on several generators and turbines were replaced or repaired, the 
gate mechanism on unit No. 7 was repaired, coils in the various generators were 
cleaned and painted and the usual routine of maintenance work was carried out. 

At the Toronto Power transformer station, No. 3 transformer in bank No. 4 
failed on July 1. Due to light load conditions this transformer was not required, 
and is still out of service. 

The meters and relays in the Toronto Power transformer station, which 
were situated adacent to their respective transformers or switches, were all 
moved to a switchboard on the second floor of the station. 

Chats Falls Plant— Ottawa River 

At the conclusion of the previous fiscal year, as stated in the last Annual 
Report, there were only two units in operation in Chats Falls generating station, 
these units feeding through a single transformer bank and oil switch to a single 
circuit connecting Chats Falls and Leaside station. During the past year six 
more generators, three banks of 13, 200/220, 000-volt transformers, and eight 
220,000-volt oil switches were placed in service, thereby completing the initial 
installation. 

The enlargement of the river channel between Chats lake and Fishery pool 
was completed on November 3, 1931. Subsequently, the level of the forebay 
was raised in successive stages until a level of 243.5 was reached on Chats lake. 
The flow through the dam was then regulated to maintain this elevation in all 
cases, except during periods of high-river flow when the natural level of Chats 
lake would exceed 243.5 regardless of the amount of water passing through the 
dam. The motor-operated sluices in the dam, which were placed in operation 
on June 27, have aided materially in the regulation of these water levels. Tele- 
metering gauges are being installed which will enable the operator to keep a close 
watch on water elevations at all times. 

On August 31, 1932, construction work being practically complete, the work 
of finishing minor features was turned over to the Operating department. 



H TWENTY-FIFTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE No. 26 

DeCew Falls Generating Station 

This plant was in continuous operation throughout the year, no total 
interruption to output being experienced. Two hydraulic turbines were taken 
out of service for necessary repairs; on No. 3 turbine the thrust bearing was 
replaced and No. 4 turbine required packing and adjustment. Two of the 
exciters were equipped with new commutators. Six of the steel penstocks were 
scraped and painted. All necessary maintenance work was carried out to keep 
the plant in satisfactory operating condition. 



Dominion Power Steam Station at Hamilton 

The steam plant was used as a standby for electric service and for the 
generation of steam for commercial purposes during the year. One turbo- 
generator set was operated as a synchronous condenser for voltage regulation 
during the greater part of the year, requiring power for its operation, which 
was supplied from DeCew Falls generating station. 



Transmission 

The 220,000-volt lines between Toronto and the Ottawa river continued to 
operate satisfactorily, there being no line or equipment failures and no total 
interruptions involving all three circuits. Single-circuit outages occurred on 
three occasions due to lightning, and there was one double-circuit outage, appar- 
ently due to lightning affecting one circuit and faulty relay operation involving 
the second circuit. 

On November 10, 1931, the 220,000-volt circuit between Paugan and 
Leaside, was connected in to the Chats Falls bus. 

On October 20, 1932, a 220,000-volt circuit between Beauharnois and 
Chats Falls was placed in service. 

Extensive cutting of the underbrush was carried out under the three circuits 
of the 220,000-volt line, the area covered by this work being equivalent to 
approximately 4,300 acres. 

On the 110,000-volt transmission system there was no complete interruption, 
nor on the green or brown sub-systems, the operation of the latter being much 
better than during the previous year due to the improved relaying which has 
been put into service. On the yellow sub-system there were six interruptions 
totalling fifteen minutes, four of which were due to lightning, one to line trouble 
and one to station trouble. 

On January 1, and 2, a very severe sleet storm occurred in the central portion 
of western Ontario, causing interruptions to the high-tension lines between 
Dundas and London and doing some damage to the low-tension lines in the same 
district, as well as in the neighbourhood of Sarnia. The only other storms which 
affected service to any extent occurred on the last few days in June and on July 1 
when lightning caused some short interruptions but did not cause any severe 
damage to equipment. 



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On the 110,000-volt lines, in addition to the usual patrol, minor maintenance 
and repairs after storms, the following maintenance work was carried out: — 
On all the 110,000-volt lines west of Dundas and on one of the lines to Toronto, 
towers were inspected and bolts tightened. From St. Thomas to Essex the 
insulators were meggered and two modern units installed on each string to replace 
two of the older type. Several towers on one of the lines between Dundas and 
York were raised. Some cutting of underbrush was done between Niagara and 
Woodstock. Towers from Niagara to Welland, Niagara to Oxley, Dundas to 
Brant, Dundas to Guelph (partial), and Dundas to Toronto were painted. 
The footings of the towers on the section between Wiltshire and Bridgman 



]6 TWENTY-FIFTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE No. 26 

stations in Toronto, were cleaned and painted at and below the ground line. 
The ground wire was replaced on one tower line between Niagara Falls and 
Fonthill Junction. 

Between Gages and Burlington the towers on the lake front, including the 
special four-circuit towers, were painted. Nearly all the original bolts in the 
latter were found to be badly rusted and were replaced. 

Between St. Thomas and St. Clair transformer station the telephone circuit 
was retransposed and the old joints replaced with a new type. 

On the Dominion Power lines there were no total interruptions during the 
year. The 40,000-volt lines to Hamilton district were totally interrupted on 
four occasions for an aggregate interval of four minutes. Five interruptions 
occurred at Bartonville switching station, totalling six minutes during the year. 
A prolonged interruption to Brantford service occurred January 1, and 2, when 
lines serving this area suffered during the severe sleet storm that visited the 
district. 

The Dominion Power division lines were regularly patrolled, and defective 
insulators, crossarms and poles replaced where necessary. Service to Oakville 
and intermediate points from Hamilton, was diverted to a circuit carried on the 
steel towers originally erected by the Toronto Power Company, and the wooden- 
pole line abandoned, insuring greater continuity of service to Oakville. Two- 
short stretches of wood-pole line were constructed connecting the stations in 
Oakville and Bronte with the steel-tower line. 

Transformation 

At Kitchener high-tension transformer station three 5,000-kv-a. units 
replaced three transformers of 2,500-kv-a. capacity. 

At Brant station emergency connections were installed, permitting the 
spare transformer being put into service without being moved from its pocket. 

At. St. Marys station three new low-tension oil breakers were put into 
service. 

Twenty 5,000-kv-a. high-tension transformers had hand-operated tap 
changers installed in the field, and six of these were also rebuilt. In addition, 
twelve which had similar work done on them by the manufacturer, were returned 
to service. Seven 2,500-kv-a. units at Kent, and one at Guelph, were rebuilt in 
the field with a new type of secondary winding and had the tap changers added. 

The 110,000-volt line circuit-breaker at St. Clair station was moved to 
St. Thomas station and installed on the St. Clair line, replacing an old-type 
circuit-breaker which had failed. A new low-tension transformer breaker was 
installed at St. Clair. 

New guided-wave radio receivers were installed at Dundas, Strachan 
(Toronto), London, Essex, St. Thomas and Niagara stations. 

The regular schedule of inspection and maintenance was carried out at 
all high-tension stations. 

Distribution 

The following new low-tension transformer stations were put into service 
during the year:— West Hill, Trafalgar, Waterloo rural and Goderich rural. 
Transformer capacity was increased in Aurora, Exeter, Norwich, New Toronto 
and Islington stations. 



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There were thirteen failures of low-tension transformers, some of which 
were rebuilt by the Operating department maintenance men in the field, and 
the remainder were returned to the manufacturers for rebuilding. 

A new station at Forest was put into service, following damage to the old 
station by fire, the transformers from the old station being used in the new 
station. 

In the Dundas, Kitchener, Stratford and St. Marys districts the railway and 
wire crossings were made standard. In the Stratford, Brant, Kent and St. Clair 
districts the 26,000-volt lines were overhauled wholly or partially. 

The lines between Stratford and Tavistock and between Watford Junction 
and Forest, were re-strung with A.C.S-R. wire. The circuits in the neighbourhood 
of Woodbridge and Stratford were rearranged. 

A new 13,000-volt line between Danforth Junction and West Hill was 
placed in service. 

In the Dominion Power division a 1,000-kv-a. transformer failed during 
service in Cockshutt station, Brantford, and a 150-kv-a. transformer failed at 
the Scottish Fertilizer Co. station. These transformers were repaired and 
restored to service. One roof entrance bushing at Stoney Creek station, three 
condenser bushings at Bartonville switching station and one at Ancaster dis- 
tributing station failed during service and were replaced. A set of lightning 
arresters was replaced at Burlington on the 40,000-volt line. Operation and 
maintenance of the two substations in Brantford was taken over by the 
Brantford Hydro-Electric System on June 1. 



18 



TWENTY-FIFTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 26 



NIAGARA SYSTEM— LOADS OF MUNICIPALITIES, 1930-1931-1932 



Municipality 



Peak load in horsepower 



Oct. 1930 Oct. 1931 Oct. 1932 



Change in load 
1931-1932 



Decrease Increase 



Acton 

Agincourt 

Ailsa Craig 

Alvinston 

Amherstburg 

Ancaster Township , 

Arkona 

Aurora 

Aylmer 

Ayr 



Baden 

Beachville 

Belle River 

Blenheim . 

Blyth 

Bolton 

Bothwell 

Brampton 

Brantford* 

Brantford Township 

Bridgeport 

Brigden 

Brussels 

Burford 

Burgessville 



Caledonia. . . . 
Campbellville 

Cayuga 

Chatham .... 

Chippawa 

Clifford 

Clinton 

Comber 

Cottam 

Courtright . . . 



Dash wood . 
Delaware . . 
Dorchester 
Drayton . . . 
Dresden . . . 
Drumbo. . . 

Dublin 

Dundas 

Dunnville. . 
Dutton 



East Windsor 

Elmira 

Elora 

Embro 

Erieau 

Erie Beach 

Essex 

Etobicoke Township . 
Exeter 



778.7 


131.3 


87.9 


88.2 


600.5 


250.6 


61.6 


860.6 


529.5 


172.2 


277.5 


238.6 


148.8 


386.0 


85.8 


118.4 


97.8 


2,116.7 


9,343.2 


542.5 


104.0 


86.0 


136.7 


141.3 


56.3 


344.5 


28.1 


102.8 


4,188.1 



270.8 

64.3 

415.0 

143.1 

73.7 

47.5 

69.3 
38.8 
75.7 
89.0 

291.9 
53. 
45. 
1,447 

758. 

212. 



3,072.4 

760.8 

422.2 

81.4 

60.3 

16.7 

400.8 

3,345.7 

407.5 



681.7 
149.0 
147.9 

94.2 
714.5 
277.5 

55.3 
968.3 
490.6 
207.6 

281.2 
329.7 
146.8 
379.3 

93.5 
131.7 
104.5 
2,345.9 
9,129.9 
530.8 
130.2 

83.3 
134.4 
143.6 

55.2 

378.4 

27.3 

96.2 

4,167.0 

261.4 
63.0 

462.4 

125.7 
69.3 
40.7 

69.3 

37.6 

81.7 

96.8 

319.0 

64.2 

48.6 

1,280.1 

786.0 

236.8 

2,761.4 

777.5 

411.5 

98.5 

61.6 

11.1 

372.1 

3,159.5 

404.8 



787.6 


155.2 


81.5 


87.9 


661.6 


284.5 


52.6 


986.6 


513.4 


161.1 


237.9 


386.6 


124.6 


369.9 


101.4 


118.8 


105.2 


2,168.2 


[1,637.9 


505.1 


108.4 


88.4 


132.1 


136.4 


57.1 


320.7 


26.2 


119.9 


4,285.0 


218.0 


58.1 


408.8 


158.1 





66.4 

6.3 

52.9 


2.7 




46.5 
43.3 


22.2 
9.4 


12.9 


177.7 


25.7 
21.8 


2.3 
7.2 


57.7 
1.1 




43.4 

4.9 

53.6 



62.7 


39.4 


65.9 


41.5 


67.0 


99.4 


286.1 


67.7 


34.2 


1,138.0 


797.1 


237.4 


2,450.4 


646.1 


384.7 


83.8 


70.7 


8.0 


336.4 


3,361.9 


424.9 





6.6 
1.3 

3.4 



14 


7 


32 


9 


14 
142 


4 

I 





311.0 

131.4 

26.8 

14.7 



3.1 

35.7 



105.9 
6.2 



7.0 



18.3 
22.8 



56.9 



7.9 
0^7 



2,508.0 



5.1 
i.9 



23.7 
118.0 



32.4 



3.9 



2.6 
3.5 



11.1 
0.6 



9.1 



202.4 
20.1 



*D.P. & T. load included in Brantford for 1932. 



933 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



NIAGARA SYSTEM— LOADS OF MUNICIPALITIES, 1930-1931-1932— Continued 


Municipality 


Peak load in horsepower 


Change in load 
1931-1932 




Oct. 1930 


Oct. 1931 


Oct. 1932 


Decrease 


Increase 


Fergus 


729.7 
126.7 
290.8 

6,854.3 
923.8 
159.5 

1,068.7 
47.9 

7,423.8 

1,136.7 

60,434.8 

292.9 

349.8 

146.1 

1,453.1 

73.3 

331.1 

2,103.3 

172.9 

451.7 
16,315.3 

107.2 
237.5 
1,042.9 
855.2 
28,954.0 
293.5 


686.3 
163.6 
305.6 

6,301.6 

889.0 

173.2 

983.4 

93.4 

7,794.9 

943.7 

86,641.1 

311.6 

368.6 

165.5 

1,831.4 

59.9 

384.7 

1,915.9 

179.9 

446.4 
15,834.7 

107.2 
241.3 

1,065.9 
865.3 
27,908.8 
311.2 
754.1 
174.1 

• 83.1 

238.6 

91.8 

2,281.5 

705.3 

344.5 

2,103.1 

65.0 

500.0 
48.2 
89.0 

41.8 

492.3 

1,340.5 

5,194.4 

9,351.2 

536.2 

331.7 

156.9 
401.6 

282.8 
83.6 


652.5 
138.5 
332.1 

6,071.1 

902.7 

170.8 

970.5 

90.4 

7,710.5 

1,046.9 

76,409.6 

289.2 

332.1 

150.4 

1,864.9 

61.6 

324.4 

1,870.0 

178.7 

420.9 
14,874.6 

99.6 

211.5 

1,112.6 

906.1 

29,437.4 

713.4 

736.0 

134.0 

74.5 

249.3 

94.7 

2,737.3 

597.1 

311.4 

2,211.8 

65.0 

422.2 
58.2 
92.7 

43.4 

470.2 

1,380.7 

4,766.7 

8,774.0 

548.8 

335.1 

172.7 
427.6 
249.3 

77.7 


33.8 
25.1 




Fonthill 




Forest 


26.5 


Gait 


230.5 




Georgetown 


13 7 


Glencoe 


2.4 
12.9 

3.0 
84.4 




Goderich 




Granton 




Guelph 




Hagersville 


103 2 


Hamilton 


10,231.5 
22.4 
36.5 
15.1 




Harriston 




Harrow 




Hensall 




Hespeler 


33 5 


Highgate 




1 7 


Humberstone 


60.3 

45.9 

1.2 

25.5 
960.1 

7.6 
29.8 




Ingersoll 




Jarvis 




Kingsville 




Kitchener 




Lambeth 




LaSalle 




Leamington 


46 7 


Listowel 




40 8 


London 




1,528.6 
60 2 


London Township V. A 




Long Branch 


18.1 

40.1 

8.6 




Lucan 


167.1 

•85.1 

205.0 

174.2 

2,603.2 

1,024.4 

343.1 

2,013.4 

65.0 

469.1 

30.8 

80.4 

40.2 

492.9 

1,069.7 

5,069.7 

9,864.6 

575.1 

321.7 

182.4 

320.3 

229.2 

68.0 




Lynden 




Markham 


10 7 


Merlin 




2 9 


Merritton 




455 8 


Milton 


108.2 
33.1 




Milverton 




Mimico 


108 7 


Mimico Asylum 






Mitchell 


77.8 




Moorefield 


10 


Mount Brydges 




3 7 


Newbury 




1 6 


New Hamburg 


22.1 




Newmarket 


40 2 


New Toronto 


427.7 

577.2 




Niagara Falls 




Niagara-on-the-Lake 


12 6 


Norwich 




3 4 


Oil Springs 




15 8 


Ontario Agricultural College . . 




26.0 


Ontario Central Reformatory. . 


33.5 
5.9 




Otterville | 





20 



TWENTY-FIFTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 26 



NIAGARA SYSTEM— LOADS OF MUNICIPALITIES, 1930-1931-1932— Continued 



Municipality 


Peak load in horsepower 


Change 
1931- 


in load 
1932 




Oct. 1930 


Oct. 1931 


Oct. 1932 


Decrease 


Increase 


Palmerston 


444.9 

1,305.8 

150.1 

794.4 

49.6 

664.9 

1,595.2 

591.1 

423.6 

296.9 

74.4 

218.5 

3,341.8 

80.4 

83.1 

257.9 
461.1 
1,238.3 
107.2 
139.8 

8,999.2 

80.4 

134.0 

246.5 

1,402.1 

5,624.6 

6,950.3 

3,861.4 

2,788.2 

466.1 

1,365.1 

85.1 

1,843.2 

155.5 

7,760.5 

907.3 

144.4 

431.6 

438.3 

153.5 

197.8 

52.5 

40.2 

2,170.9 

502.7 

811.0 

280,280.0 

1,612.3 

8,256.0 

1,808.3 

32.1 

246.0 

371.3 

2,814.7 


518.9 

1,242.0 

140.7 

731.4 

60.8 

267.4 

1,608.6 

537.5 

457.1 

315.2 

74.2 

220.9 

3,128.6 

101.3 

87.1 

317.3 
416.9 
1,212.7 
104.5 
145.6 

8,449.7 
97.6 
92.5 

140.2 
1,521.9 
5,643.4 
6,801.6 
3,459.3 
3,034.8 

510.9 

1,491.1 

52.9 

1,831.1 

194.7 
7,790.6 
1,000.0 

150.4 

523.6 

443.8 

154.1 

178.3 

60.8 

46.1 

1,941.7 

321.7 

884.7 

289,262.7 

1,668.1 

6,348.5 

1,059.0 

38.0 

231.9 

380.0 

2,946.2 


458.5 

1,178.4 

131.3 

761.7 

53.3 

689.0 

1,407.5 

549.3 

439.7 

315.6 

73.0 

228.5 

2,560.3 

103.2 

83.5 

297.0 

439.7 

1,200.6 

104.5 

145.7 

7,872.8 

90.7 

147.4 

152.8 

1,501.8 

5,761.4 

7,360.6 

2,996.4 

3,124.6 

465.3 

1,546.1 

65.6 

1,859.8 

204.1 

7,180.2 

910.2 

152.7 

496.0 

302.2 

158.8 

171.0 

57.6 

40.6 

1,956.4 

366.6 

891.0 

280,795.0 

1,868.0 

5,454.7 

1,252.0 

35.4 

191.7 

406.8 

2,660.8 


60.4 

63.6 

9.4 




Paris 




Parkhill 




Petrolia 


30 3 


Plattsville 


7.5 




Point Edward 


421.6 


Port Colborne 


201.1 




Port Credit 


11 8 


Port Dalhousie 


17.4 




Port Dover 


4 


Port Rowan 


1.2 




Port Stanley 


7 6 


Preston 


568.3 




Princeton 


1 9 


Queenston 


3.6 
20.3 




Richmond Hill 




Ridgetown 


22 8 


Riverside 


12.1 




Rockwood 




Rodney 




1 


St. Catharines 


576.9 
6.9 




St. Clair Beach 




St. George 


54 9 


St. Jacobs 




12 6 


St. Marys 


20.1 




St. Thomas 


118 


Sarnia 




559 


Sandwich 


462.9 




Scarboro Township 


89 8 


Seaforth 


45.6 




Simcoe 


55 


Springfield 




12 7 


Stamford Township 




28 7 


Stouffville 




9 4 


Stratford 


610.4 
89.8 




Strathroy 




Sutton 


2 3 


Tavistock 


27.6 
141.6 




Tecumseh 




Thamesford . . . 


4 7 


Thamesville 


7.3 
3.2 
5.5 




Thedford 




Thorndale 




Thorold 


14 7 


Tilbury 




44 9 


Tillsonburg 




6 3 


Toronto 


8,467.7 




Toronto Township 


199 9 


Walkerville . . 


893.8 




Wallaceburg 


193 


Wardsville 


2.6 
40.2 








Waterford 


26.8 




285.4 







933 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



21 



NIAGARA SYSTEM— LOADS OF MUNICIPALITIES, 1930-1931-1932— Continued 



Municipality 



Peak load in horsepower 



Oct. 1930 Oct. 1931 Oct. 1932 



Change in load 
1931-1932 



Decrease Increase 



Watford 

Welland 

Wellesley 

West Lome 

Weston 

Wheatley 

Windsor 

Woodbridge 

Woodstock 

Wyoming 

York, East, Township . 
York, North, Township 

Zurich 



167 


5 


3,848 


5 


126 


6 


273 


4 


3,150 


1 


142 





28,087 


8 


288 


2 


4,879 


3 


61 





4,788 


2 


2,143 


4 


92 


5 



200.4 

3,967.8 

142.7 

97.8 

2,619.2 

155.7 

25,431.8 

293.5 

4,781.5 

60.3 



5,138.0 
2,757.4 

85.9 



186 


3 


3,576 


4 


97 


7 


105 


9 


2,453 


1 


143 


1 


3,029 


9 


247 


•; 


4,785 


5 


64 


6 


5,504 





2,829 


7 


76 


4 



14.1 

391.4 

45.0 



166.1 

12.6 

2,401.9 

45.6 



9.5 



4.0 

4.3 

366.0 
72.3 



NIAGARA SYSTEM— RURAL POWER DISTRICT LOADS, 1930-1931-1932 



Rural power district 


Peak load in horsepower 


Change 
1931 


in load 
-1932 




Oct. 1930 


Oct. 1931 


Oct. 1932 


Decrease 


Increase 


Acton 


2.0 
0.8 
1.6 

525.2 

245.3 

24.5 

253.7 • 
915.5 
263.2 
123.1 
715.3 
124.5 
119.2 
451.6 
33.2 
105.9 

209.2 

470.1 

120.6 

90.1 

247.4 

321.4 
10.0 
85.9 

355.6 
4.0 

100.0 


10.0 

5.6 

3.2 

518.8 

304.8 

32.0 

293.0 
1,072.2 
269.9 
153.5 
840.7 
102.9 
127.3 
565.2 
35.7 
145.3 

205.5 
434.0 
109.9 
124.6 

297.2 

335.9 
28.5 
64.6 

552.3 
29.0 

115.7 


10.0 
5.6 

3.2 

533.7 

294.4 

■ 42.5 

398.6 
1,0.61.1 
254.9 
143.6 
897.2 
115.6 
133.3 
464.9 
38.0 
155.9 

322.0 
441.3 
102.2 
125.2 

265.3 

329.4 
34.6 
79.2 

578.3 
42.0 

122.8 






Ailsa Craig 






Alvinston 






Amherstburg 




14.9 


Aylmer 


10.4 




Ayr 


10.5 


Baden 




105 6 


Beamsville 


11.1 

15.0 

9.9 




Belle River 




Blenheim 




Bond Lake 


56 5 


Bothwell 




12 9 


Brampton 




6 


Brant 


100.3 




Brigden 


2 3 


Burford 




10 6 


Caledonia 


116 5 


Chatham 




7 3 


Chippawa 


7.7 




Clinton 


6 


Delaware 


31.9 
6.5 




Dorchester 




Dresden 


6 1 


Drumbo 


14.6 


Dundas 




26 


Dunnville 




13 


Dutton 


7.1 









21 



TWENTY-FIFTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 26 



NIAGARA SYSTEM— RURAL POWER DISTRICT LOADS, 1930-1931-1932— Continued 



Rural power district 


Peak load in horsepower 


Change 
1931 


in load 
-1932 




Oct., 1930 


Oct., 1931 


Oct., 1932 


Decrease 


Increase 


Elmira 


40.8 

84.0 

209.5 

194.4 

16.3 

154.7 

123.1 

65.0 

479.6 

348.5 

228.2 

4.8 

349.8 

303.2 

294.6 

209.5 
545.3 

96.5 

1,420.3 

66.5 

143.0 

296.2 

144.7 

99.8 

45.5 

161.0 

213.8 
504.5 
202.0 

37.1 

4.0 

27.0 

770.4 

328.7 

238.7 
185.7 
460.6 
663.8 
1,060.9 
427.7 
285.5 

36.5 
155.5 
174.9 
167.8 

37.2 
342.5 


72.7 
139.8 
213.9 
217.6 

28.0 

179.6 
132.4 
71.5 
643.2 
392.1 

193.2 

22.1 

399.4 

370.6 

200.0 

291.1 
526.6 

113.9 

1,451.8 

65.3 

160.0 

387.7 
157.5 
124.8 
74.5 
190.4 

290.3 
598.9 
207.7 

45.5 

31.5 

25.3 

848.1 

284.2 

241.9 

243.6 

465.0 

1,114.6 

1,008.3 

491.1 

315.0 

46.3 

175.0 

193.0 

176.1 

96.6 

376.2 


79.6 
105.7 
201.0 

245.5 

28.0 

197.9 

134.8 

84.0 

527.1 

415.5 

240.0 

23.9 

345.1 

329.8 

320.0 

381.6 

545.8 

131.9 

1,509.0 

64.6 

177.2 

453.0 
175.2 
128.2 
69.5 
187.8 

255.7 
434.5 
202.3 

44.9 

37.5 

25.3 

848.2 

260.8 

218.5 

210.4 

469.3 

1,029.9 

1,001.9 

466.4 

296.6 

47.8 

231.0 

185.1 

164.9 

95.0 

324.3 




6.9 


Elora 


34.1 
12.9 




Essex 




Exeter 


27.9 


Forest 






Gait 




18.3 


Georgetown 




2.4 


Goderich 




12.5 


Grantham Township 


116.1 




Guelph 


23.4 


Haldimand 




46.8 


Harriston 




1.8 


Harrow " 


54.3 
40.8 










120.0 






90 5 


Kingsville 




19.2 


Listowel 




18.0 


London 




57.2 


Lucan 


0.7 






17 2 


Markham 




65 3 


Merlin 




17 7 


Milton 




3 4 


Milverton 


5.0 
2.6 

34.6 
164.4 

5.4 

0.6 




Mitchell 




Newmarket 




Niagara 




Norwich 








Palmerston 


6 


Petrolia 










1 


Ridgetown 


23.4 

23.4 
33.2 




St. Marys 




St. Thomas 


4 3 


Saltfleet 


84.7 

6.4 

24.7 

18.4 








Sarnia 




Scarborough 




Seaforth .... 


1 5 






56 


Stamford . . . 


7.9 
11.2 

1.6 
51.9 




Stratford 




Strathroy 




Streetsville 









1933 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



23 



NIAGARA SYSTEM— RURAL POWER DISTRICT LOADS, 1930-1931-1932— Continued 



Rural power district 



Peak load in horsepower 



Oct., 1930 Oct., 1931 Oct., 1932 



Change in load 
1931-1932 



Decrease Increase 



Tavistock 

Thamesville 

Tilbury 

Tillsonburg 

Wallaceburg 

Walsingham 

Walton 

Waterdown 

Waterford 

Watford 

Welland 

W 7 oodbridge 

Woodstock 



141.1 
97.7 
67.3 

279.9 

114.7 

76.8 

66.7 

491.2 

119.0 

11.5 

1,095.2 

538.3 

501.1 



165.7 

105.9 

78.1 

321.3 



180 

128 

84 



830.5 



129 

17 

1,115 

561 



480.6 



194.4 


100.9 


119.4 


302.4 


179.8 


150.8 


70.7 


906.5 


158.2 


16.4 


161.8 


550.0 


487.4 



5.0 



18.9 
0.7 



13.8 



1.2 
11*9 



41.3 



22.1 



76.0 
29.0 



46.5 

6'8 



GEORGIAN BAY SYSTEM 



The Georgian Bay system peak and average loads both show an increase 
over last year. As this was a good water year there was a surplus of water at 
all plants, and ample capacity was available for supplying the additional power 
demand. 

In addition to the routine inspection and maintenance of all transmission 
lines, special attention was given to certain sections. In Eugenia district the 
defective insulators and crossarms were removed on the lines from Eugenia 
power house to Owen Sound, from Eugenia plant to Flesherton, from Flesherton 
to Dundalk, from Grand Valley tap to. Grand Valley and from Meaford tap 
to Meaford. Additional storm guys were erected on lines from Durham to 
Mount Forest, from Flesherton to Priceville and from Dundalk to Shelburne. 
On this latter section, 375 decayed pole butts were cut off and the poles lowered. 
A large number of poles were stubbed on the sections between Durham and 
Mount Forest and between Hanover and Elmwood. In the Severn district 
defective crossarms and insulators were removed on the lines south of Barrie 
and on the old lines between Waubaushene and Midland. On the tie line 
between South Falls powerhouse and Waubaushene the insulators were tested 
and defective units removed. On the older lines in the Severn and Wasdells 
districts obsolete ground cable clamps were replaced with new type clamps. 

Co-operation was given to the Bell Telephone Company in its studies and 
tests in connection with inductive co-ordination. Twenty-six poles were removed 
to the opposite side of the road, west of Waverley, to avoid conflict with the 
Bell Telephone Company circuits when the road was widened, and at several 
other points on the system it was necessary to move poles owing to changes in 
highway locations. 



24 TWENTY-FIFTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE No. 26 

During a severe sleet storm in the Durham district on January 1, eighteen 
poles failed on the section between Durham and Mount Forest, interrupting 
service to Holstein and Mount Forest. Temporary repairs were made and 
power restored January 2. This was the only major line break during the year. 

At Big Chute plant a septic tank and a disposal bed were installed. 

At Stayner distributing station a bell alarm system was installed to indicate 
the automatic operation of oil circuit breakers on the Creemore, Wasaga Beach 
and Stayner feeders. 

At Port McNicoll distributing station the transformer capacity was increased 
from 75 kv-a. to 150 kv-a. 

At Eugenia Falls powerhouse the No. 2 turbine and Johnson valve were 
completely overhauled. The turbine runner and gates were shipped to the 
Commission's machine shop at Niagara Falls where the runner was machined, 
all holes in runner buckets were welded and then ground, new steel cheek plates 
and new seal rings made, and all gates welded and machined. The turbine shaft 
was machined smooth where it had become worn at the main gland, and a bronze 
ring was installed on the end of the gland to accommodate the smaller diameter 
of the shaft. This latter portion of the work was done at Eugenia powerhouse. 
The Johnson valve was shipped to a machine shop at Owen Sound where the 
eroded spots on the float were welded, the valve body was bored out and the 
body of the float machined. New monel metal rings were made for the valve 
body and the bottom of the float and welded to the cast-steel bodies electrically, 
then machined to size. 

At Eugenia plant the exteriors of all cottages and outbuildings were painted. 

At Hanover frequency changer station a bank of four 500-kv-a., 4,600/2,400- 
volt, 60-cycle transformers was installed to supply 4,000-volt, three-phase service 
to Hanover distributing station. This station was formerly supplied at 22,000 
volts and the voltage stepped down through a 750-kv-a. transformer. This 
transformer was removed and changes made at Hanover distributing station to 
accommodate the 4,000-volt feeder from Hanover frequency changer station 
which was strung on the 22,000-volt transmission line poles. This change was 
considered advisable as Hanover load had increased beyond the capacity of the 
750-kv-a. transformer. 

At Walkerton power house various changes and betterments were carried 
out which necessitated the plant being out of service from October 31, 1931, to 
January 24, 1932. These changes involved the rearrangement of switchboard 
and switchboard wiring to provide greater safety, also the installation of addi- 
tional meters. At this plant the defective timber in the headgates, and in the 
supports for the headgate operating mechanism, were replaced, and the exciter 
turbine was completely overhauled. 

At Hanover power house the turbines were overhauled. 

Southampton power house was shut down on March 18, as its capacity 
was not required owing to the good water conditions general throughout the 
system. 

At Walkerton power house a new distributing station of 225-kv-a. capacity 
was erected, to be known as Walkerton rural distributing station, for the supply 
of 4,000-volt, three-phase power to Mildmay, Formosa, and rural lines. This 
station was completed January 24, 1932. 



1933 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



25 



HORSEPOWER 



30.000 



25,000 



20.000 



15.000 



10,000 



5.000 









filfliiii§i§ 



HORSEPOWER 



iEiSiiill§§§ 



iglllilliSiS 




GEORGIAN BAY SYSTEM 
PEAK LOADS 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 
OF ONTARIO 

I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I 



5Ssi1?3?K8§iSl?lt!s4s??3B 



<SHiMi»8iS 



30.000 



25,000 



20,000 



15,000 



10,000 



5.000 



NOTE:— The Georgian Bay system includes the Severn, Eugenia, Wasdells, Muskoka and Bala districts. 
In the diagram the load for the Muskoka, district is not included until November, 1924. Details 
respecting this load for preceeding years are given ih earlier Annual Reports. The load of the new 
district at Bala is not included in above graph until April, 1931, previous meter records being 
incomplete. 

The 2,200-volt line from Walkerton powerhouse to Mildmay was rebuilt 
for operation at 4,000 volts, and will ultimately be connected to the Walkerton 
rural distributing station, but at present is connected to the Walkerton power 
house 2,200-volt bus. 

Berkeley distributing station, of 50-kv-a. capacity, was erected and placed 
in service November 26, 1931, to serve part of Markdale rural power district. 

At Hepworth distributing station the two 50-kv-a. transformers were 
removed for shipment to Callander and were replaced with one 100-kv-a. 
transformer. 

At Orangeville distributing station the transformer capacity was increased 
from 450 kv-a. to 750 kv-a. and a new outdoor station structure was erected. 

At Elmwood distributing station the transformer capacity was increased 
from 50 kv-a. to 75 kv-a. 



26 TWENTY-FIFTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE No. 26 

At Durham distributing station the three 100-kv-a. transformers were 
overhauled, cleaned and new oil added. 

At Mount Forest frequency-changer station three 300-kv-a., 60-cycle 
transformers were shipped to the manufacturer's factory and were rewound with 
new type windings as the insulation on the old windings had shown signs of 
disintegration. 

At Hanover frequency-changer station one 750-kv-a., 25-cycle, 13,200/63,500- 
volt transformer failed, due to lightning, and was shipped to the Commission's 
Davenport station in Toronto where repairs were made. This was the only 
transformer failure on the Georgian Bay system during the year. 

At Wasdells power house the turbines were inspected and found to be in 
good condition. The guide bearing on No. 2 generator was found badly worn 
on one side and was rebabbitted. 

At Wasdells rural distributing station the transformer capacity was increased 
from 112.5 kv-a. to 225 kv-a. This station serves the .Sparrow Lake rural power 
district. 

At Bala No. 1 power house a new transformer structure was erected for the 
step-up transformers on the McTier and Port Carling feeders. This structure 
was not quite completed at the end of this fiscal year. 

At Bala No. 1 power house the turbines were completely overhauled and 
all worn parts replaced. 

At South Falls generating station some repair work to the main dam was 
required where the action of the water had undermined the concrete apron on 
the downstream side. Further office space was provided by the construction of 
a small office on the intermediate gallery between the generator floor and high- 
tension switching gallery. Only minor mechanical repairs to generator and 
turbine units were required. Station grounding was tested and improved. 

At Hanna Chute generating station a large amount of mechanical mainten- 
ance work on the turbine was required owing to the development of friction 
between gates and regulating ring and between gates and discharge ring. A 
gear-type oil pump was installed on the unit to replace the unsatisfactory rotary- 
disc type. The lignum-vitae turbine bearing was relined and adjusted. Provision 
was made for lubricating the bearing surfaces between all gate bushings and 
gate pins. The log slide at this station was lengthened and adjusted to prevent 
damage to logs when leaving the slide. 

At Trethewey Falls generating station the steel draft tube was scraped and 
painted with red lead as a protective measure. Only minor adjustments to the 
turbine were required. Heaters for keeping generator bearing and governor oil 
warm during periods of shut down in cold weather were installed. 

Grounding conditions at all stations on the Muskoka district were tested 
and improvements where necessary are now being undertaken. 

A new outdoor distributing station at Falkenburg, approximately 2.5 miles 
north of Bracebridge was placed in service on July 1. By means of three 100- 
kv-a. transformers, power received at 22,000 volts from the line between South 
Falls and Huntsville is stepped down to 11,400-volts to supply the hamlets of 
Dorset, Norway Point and Baysville, and the surrounding rural district. 



SAUBLE R.PD.(part)- 



EUGENIA DISTRICT 



LEGEND 




SEVERN DISTRICT 



GENERATING STATIONS 

f HORSEPOWER" IS RATED ELECTRICAL 

HORSEPOWER AT RATED POWER FACTOR) 

SWITCHING STATIOHS 



FREQUENCY CHANGER STATION 
Q DISTRIBUTING STATIONS 

o 



STATIONS 
STATIONS J LINES /N SERVICE 
STATIONS i. LINES NOT COMMISS 



<—UXB/?IDGE P.P.D. (PART) 

WASDELLS . DISTRICT 



GEORGIAN BAY SYSTEM 

(60 CYCLES; 

DIAGRAM OF STATIONS 

AS AT OCTOBER 31. 1932 



933 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



27 



GEORGIAN BAY SYSTEM— LOADS OF MUNICIPALITIES, 1930-1931-1932 



Municipality 


Peak load in horsepower 


Change 
1931- 


in load 
1932 




Oct. 1930 


Oct. 1931 


Oct. 1932 


Decrease 


Increase 


Alliston 


221.9 
121.1 


199.6 
130.7 
121.0 
2,503.4 
295.6 

134.7 

138.2 

59.0 

290.0 

155.5 

33.5 

51.7 

406.9 

290.9 

1,458.3 

52.5 
107.2 
145.1 
627.3 
145.4 

63.8 

87.0 

45.0 

121.1 

622.0 

1,002.7 

24.1 

20.9 

8.0 

1,023.5 

434.8 
31.0 

222.5 
163.3 
148.0 

431.6 

2,723.7 

63.1 

358.4 

550.3 

3,202.4 
113.1 
552.3 
126.0 
195.0 

99.0 
211.9 

15.7 
55.4 
30.0 


227.9 
128.9 
118.0 
2,381.1 
216.4 

106.6 
134.9 
56.3 
320.0 
161.9 

30.0 

53.2 

407.5 

257.3 

1,339.9 

59.0 
121.4 
148.8 
392.1 
147.4 

65.1 

79.8 

41.8 

123.8 

574.0 

1,042.9 

24.1 

18.7 

8.0 

1,047.0 

407.5 
28.6 
187.0 
149.4 
145.0 

394.7 

3,345.6 

66.7 

328.4 

621.0 

3,338.5 
114.4 
561.1 
128.0 
201.8 

90.2 
179.8 
16.0 
58.9 
35.1 




28 3 


Arthur 


1.8 

3.0 

122.3 

79.2 

28.1 
3.3 

2.7 




Bala 




Barrie 


2,285.6 
269.4 

119.8 
135.3 
52.0 
321.7 
172.9 

41.5 

52.2 

428.9 

277.5 

1,506.8 

63.5 
101.9 
140.7 
601.9 
160.8 

52.2 
101.6 




Beaverton 




Beeton 




Bradford 




Brechin 




Camp Borden 


30 


Cannington 




6 4 


Carlsruhe and Neustadt 


3.5 




Chatsworth 


1 5 


Chesley 




6 


Coldwater 


33.6 
118.4 




Collingwood 




Cookstown 


6 5 


Creemore 




14 2 


Dundalk 




3 7 


Durham 


235.2 




Elmvale 


2 


Elmwood 




1 3 


Flesherton 


7.2 
3.2 




Formosa 




Grand Valley 


99.2 
553.0 

1,136.7 


2 7 


Gravenhurst 


48.0 




Hanover 


40 2 


Hepworth 






Holstein 


17.0 

8.0 

963.8 

449.0 

35.1 

229.2 

139.9 


2.2 




Hornings Mills 




Huntsville 




23 5 


Kincardine 


27.3 

2.4 

35.4 

13.9 

3.0 

36.9 




Kirkfield 




Lucknow 




Markdale 




McTier 




Meaford 


368.6 
3,115.2 




Midland 


621 9 


Mildmay 


30.0' 


3 6 


Mount Forest 


384.7 
576.0 

3,183.6 
138.0 
605.9 




Orangeville 


70 7 


Owen Sound . 




136 1 


Paislev 




1 3 


Penetanguishene 




8 8 


Port Carling 




2 


Port Elgin 






6.1 


Port McNicoll 


88.4 

240.4 

15.4 

55.6 


8.8 
32.1 




Port Perry 




Priceville 


3 


Riplev 




3 5 


Rosseau 




5.1 



28 



TWENTY-FIFTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 26 



GEORGIAN BAY SYSTEM— LOADS OF MUNICIPALITIES, 1930-1931-1932— Continued 



Municipality 



Peak load in horsepower 



Oct. 1930 Oct. 1931 Oct. 1932 



Change in load 
1931-1932 



Decrease Increase 



Shelburne. . . . 
Southampton. 

Stayner 

Sunderland . . 
Tara 



Teeswater ...... 

Thornton 

Tottenham 

Uxbridge 

Victoria Harbour. 



Victoria Road 
Walkerton . . . 
Waubaushene 

Wiarton 

Windermere. . 



Wingham. 
Woodville, 



233.7 



140.8 
63.0 

72.7 

116.0 
23.6 
76.8 

180.9 
71.0 

11.4 



40.9 

26*8' 

392.2 
55.0 



235.8 

233.2 

193.7 

59.0 

84.1 

134.8 

23.4 

55.7 

199.8 

64.3 

10.3 
492.2 

52.9 
238.3 

25.0 

304.6 
65.1 



197 


9 


235 


9 


203 


2 


63 





87 


7 


114 


9 


18 


3 


64 


3 


205 


8 


76 


4 


10 





419 


9 


58 


3 


220 


1 


31 





209 


3 


61 






37.9 



19.9 
5.1 



0.3 

72.3 



18.2 



95.3 
4.1 



2.7 
9.5 
4.0 
3.6 



8.6 

6.0 

12.1 



5.4 



6.0 



Note: — Muskoka Township has been transferred to Gravenhurst R.P.D. 



GEORGIAN BAY SYSTEM— RURAL POWER DISTRICT LOADS, 1930-1931-1932 



Rural power district 



Peak load in horsepower 



Oct. 1930 



Oct. 1931 



Oct. 1932 



Change in load 
1931-1932 



Decrease 



Increase 



Alliston. . . , 
Arthur. . . . 

Bala 

Barrie 

Beaumaris. 



Beaverton ....... 

Bradford 

Bruce 

Buckskin 

Cannington No. 1. 

Cannington No. 2. 

Chatsworth 

Cookstown 

Creemore 

Elmvale 

Flesherton 

Georgina 

Gravenhurst 

Hawkestone 

Huntsville 



74.2 
1.2 



159.3 
87.1 

1.0 
5.4 



17.7 
19.0 

21.7 
11.4 



46.2 

5.7 
36.2 
20.7 
45.1 



92.2 


3.2 


56.0 


196.3 


83.1 


5.0 


20.0 


50.3 


12.0 


18.0 


23.5 


9.8 


0.8 


20.1 


63.2 


5.5 


42.2 


32.1 


56.3 


14.0 



107.1 


3.2 


61.0 


220.7 


85.8 


113.3 


46.7 


61.1 


13.0 


18.0 


26.0 


10.3 


0.8 


56.2 


72.4 


7.3 


44.0 


37.2 


84.1 


20.0 



14.9 



5.0 
24.4 

2.7 

108.3 

26.7 

10.8 

1.0 



2.5 
0.5 

36.Y 
9.2 

1.8 
1.8 
5.1 
27.8 
6.0 



1933 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



29 



GEORGIAN BAY SYSTEM— RURAL POWER DISTRICT LOADS, 1930-1931-1932 

— Continued 



Rural power districts 



Peak load in horsepower 



Oct. 1930 Oct. 1931 Oct. 1932 



Change in load 
1931-1932 



Decrease Increase 



Innisfil . . . 
Mariposa . 
Markdale. 
Medonte. 
Midland. . 



Nottawasaga . 
Orangeville . . 
Owen Sound . 
Port Perry. . . 
Ripley 



Sauble 

Shelburne 

Sparrow Lake . 

Tara 

Thornton 



Utterson . 
Uxbridge 
Wasaga . . 
Wroxeter 



65.0 

131.3 

1.6 

2.0 



32.1 

27.8 



78.6 



4.9 
67.0 
54.8 
13.4 

9.4 

85.8 
45.5 
47.5 



135.4 

151.4 

2.0 

11.0 

14.0 

29.6 

35.5 

8.0 

103.1 

10.0 

8.0 

9.6 

98.4 

45.7 

12.0 

24.0 
102.5 

76.0 
104.2 



162.2 


151.4 


20.9 


17.0 


19.0 


30.3 


33.1 


10.0 


121.8 


10.0 


8.8 


21.1 


119.8 


54.0 


12.7 


35.0 


104.5 


92.5 


99.5 



2.4 



4.7 



26.8 



18.9 
6.0 
5.0 

0.7 



2.0 

18.7 




11 
21. 

8 




11.0 

2.0 

16.5 



GEORGIAN BAY SYSTEM— NEW RURAL POWER DISTRICTS 



Rural power district 


Date 

connected 


Load in horsepower 


Change in load 




1 
Initial Oct. 1932 


Decrease 


Increase 


Beeton 


Nov. 1, 1931 
July 1,1932 


2.0 

34.2 


2.0 
36.2 






Bavsville 




2.0 









EASTERN ONTARIO SYSTEM 



On the Eastern Ontario system general industrial conditions resulted in a 
slight decrease in both the maximum demand and average load. However, 
considering the general effect of the depression on industrial customers, the 
load on this system made a very favourable showing. The decrease, which 
amounted to less than 5 per cent, was very largely due to the slackening of 
industrial activities in the Central Ontario, St. Lawrence and Madawaska 
districts. On account of these reductions in load it has been possible to effect 
certain economies in operation by maintaining the following generating stations 
on a standby basis: — Plant No. C-30 at Fenelon Falls and Plant No. C-5 at 
Frankford in the Central Ontario district and Galetta generating station in 



30 TWENTY-FIFTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE No. 26 

the Madawaska district. Furthermore, the agreement under which the Com- 
mission has been taking power from time to time from the Corporation of 
Campbellford was cancelled by the Commission on March 31. 

Stream flow conditions on the whole were very favourable during the year, 
and better than the average during those periods of the year when minimum 
conditions are usually experienced. This was due to very favourable precipita- 
tion, as will be noted from the accompanying plate, which clearly illustrates, 
month by month, the actual and normal precipitation in inches of rain. 

During the year the usual programme of station and line maintenance work 
was carried out. This includes general maintenance and painting of buildings, 
structures and apparatus. 

Generating Stations 

At Sidney, plant No. C-2, no extensive maintenance work was necessary. 
The units were all inspected and it was only necessary to replace the upper guide 
bearing of one generator. The river was lowered and the racks in front of the 
forebay were cleaned. The power house floors and walls, and the five operators' 
cottages, were all painted. 

At Frankford, plant No. C-5 the ball bearing on the turbine exciter was 
overhauled. The forebay was unwatered and all the racks were cleaned. The 
power house floors and metal eaves on the roof were painted. 

At Meyersburg, plant No. C-8, all turbines were unwatered and inspected, 
and the racks were cleaned. The runners of two turbines were badly eroded, 
but satisfactory repairs were made by welding. The stuffing boxes on all turbines 
were repacked. The walls and ceiling of one turbine pit was waterproofed, and 
water leaks between two other turbines were stopped. The high-tension line 
and generator oil breakers were all overhauled, and two defective high-tension 
bushings were replaced. All insulators on the disconnecting switches and the 
44,000-volt bus were replaced by an improved type of insulator. The stator 
and rotor of all generators were thoroughly cleaned and painted. The collector 
rings were all ground and polished. The geared oil pump on one generator had 
to be replaced. The upper guide bearings were replaced on two of the generators. 
The three high-tension transformers were moved into the plant, one transformer 
at a time. The cores were raised, thoroughly inspected and cleaned. The insides 
of the transformer tanks were similarly treated. The oil was filtered and the 
transformers were then returned to their respective places outdoors. In order 
to provide improved relay protection, the high-tension neutral was grounded 
and directional residual relays were installed. 

At Hagues Reach, plant No. C-9, all turbines were unwatered and inspected 
but no extensive maintenance work was found necessary. A new set of gears 
and drive chain were installed on one of the governor pumps. All insulators on 
the disconnecting switches and the 44,000-volt bus were replaced by an improved 
type of insulator. The high-tension line and generator oil-breakers were all 
overhauled and three, defective high-tension bushings were replaced. 

At Ranney Falls, plant No. C-10, the forebay was unwatered and the racks 
were cleaned. The turbines were inspected and adjustments were made to the 
lignum-vitae guide bearings in each turbine. A broken collar and shearing pin 
was replaced in one of the gate arms of one turbine. Concrete loading was 



1933 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



31 



HORSEPOWER 



HORSEPOWER 



150 000 ^MtMM^iMI^M^^ 151 



100,000 



50.000 




1928 



< £ ! k $ 3 1 1 » 8 i 8 



1929 



tzf 



1930 



=:s; 




1931 



a;;::;. 



EASTERN ONTARIO SYSTEM 
PEAK LOADS 

FOR ALL DISTRICTS COMBINED 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 
OF ONTARIO 

I I 1 I 1 i I 1 I I I I I I II I I I I I I I I I 



II I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I 

iSliIiili§I§liSliiiiii§I§ilSlilii!lsig 




1932 



I K I * I 3 % 3 S 8 S S 



100,000 



50,000 



installed on the sliding headgates of each turbine. The high-tension oil-breakers 
and electrolytic lightning arresters were overhauled. The high-tension line relays 
were reconnected to provide more effective protection. The walls, ceilings and 
floors of the basement and generator pits were painted. 

At Seymour, plant No. C-ll, the forebay was unwatered and the racks were 
cleaned. All turbines were unwatered, and inspection showed that no major 
maintenance work was necessary. The upper guide bearing of one turbine was 
replaced and repairs were made to the crown gears of two turbines. A broken 
regulating ring arm was replaced on the exciter turbine. All governors were 
dismantled and thoroughly cleaned and all defective parts were replaced. The 
high-tension oil-breakers were overhauled on two occasions. Three generators 
failed in service during the year, due to severe surges during electrical storms, 
and it was necessary to replace a total of 167 bars. The upper guide bearing of 
one generator was rebabbited. As a safety measure, the iron ladder between 
the generator room and the high-tension gallery was replaced by steel steps 
with cement treads. 



32 TWENTY-FIFTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE No. 26 

At Heely Falls, plant No. C-14, all turbines were unwatered and inspected, 
and it was found that one of the runners of one turbine was badly eroded. 
Satisfactory repairs were made by welding. A number of defective gate link 
bolts were replaced in each of the other two turbines. A steel guard was installed 
over the screen of the Pelton wheel of one unit. The high-tension oil-breakers 
were overhauled. The footings of the steel towers outside the power house were 
examined, and the stone retaining wall was rebuilt. 

At Auburn, plant No. C-18, the forebay was unwatered and the racks were 
cleaned. The lower section of the stop-log gains in the dam in front of the forebay 
were examined and cleaned by a diver. The walls of the forebay were repaired. 
The turbines were inspected and all damaged or broken parts were replaced. 
Extensive grading was done on the land adjacent to the power house. This 
work was undertaken in conjunction with the city of Peterborough to provide 
work for the unemployed. 

At Fenelon Falls, plant No. C-30, the turbines were unwatered and repairs 
and adjustments were made to the gate-operating mechanism of one turbine. 
The rheostats of both generators were overhauled. A 300-kv-a. transformer 
bank was installed outside the power house to provide a neutral for an 11,000- 
volt rural feeder which was taken off the station bus. This feeder was equipped 
with an oil-circuit breaker, relays and metering equipment, and supplies power 
to the Fenelon Falls rural power district. 

At High Falls generating station, on the Mississippi river, the turbines were 
inspected but no extensive maintenance work was found necessary. The governor 
pump of one unit was completely overhauled. The high-tension and low-tension 
oil-breakers were overhauled. The power house roof was treated with a special 
roofing compound. 



Municipal, Distributing and Switching Stations 

At Belleville switching station, all the high-tension oil-breakers were over- 
hauled. All insulators on the high-tension line disconnecting switches were 
replaced by an improved type of insulator. Two sets of defective strain insulators 
were replaced on the 44,000-volt bus. A number of defective control cables, 
which extend underground between the switchboard and the various high-tension 
switch houses, were replaced. Relays were installed to provide more effective 
protection on the 44,000-volt bus. 

At Lehigh distributing station, two defective high-tension wall-inlet bushings 
were replaced. The high-tension oil-breakers and electrolytic lightning arresters 
were overhauled. All of the insulators and the electrical equipment was 
thoroughly cleaned. 

At Madoc distributing station, a defective 44,000-volt disconnecting switch 
was replaced. All the low-tension oil-breakers were overhauled. 

At Norwood distributing station, three defective high-tension bushings were 
replaced in the 300-kv-a. transformer. The 44,000-volt air-break switch was 
overhauled. 

At Omemee distributing station, the three 40-kv-a. transformers failed in 
service and were returned to the manufacturer where they were completely 
rebuilt. These transformers were replaced by three 50-kv-a. transformers which 



1933 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



33 



fi*ht:- tat Adual u» Nan 
rfjWrital »«t& of «!• 



HYDRO -ELECTRIC POWER COMf, 

Graphs Shewing 

PRECIPITATION on** OTONABEE WATERSHED 

1532 



aqt ovtr *i period o[ yiwf-4 



?Th ; Uopor C«-3»K »<»revw3 iho Ac*t*al Monthly Prtcifrfiotlon an a p«/teriiao. 
l ££} of *H» NsmMt Prtcoitatior. {or Ihoi monlr,, on<J OS (K« m»nihlf>t»rm>(> «,fftr,i< 
"i>4t rtt«te a „ 4 rn until to -jrtrfW 
Tlit Lww Crasit» sU„ Ike Actual ana 1 Normal FW 



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2-Linc5soy 
3- Hohturton 
4 -Bancroft 




.6 






u 

4 c 


* Returns 


from 3 siaiionS enty. 





t932 Jan. ; Feb. Mar Apr. 



July '. Au<j. Sept. Oct. : Nov. Dec. ' iS32 



PLATE A— PRECIPITATION DATA— 1932 

The upper graph represents the estimated actual monthly precipitation on the Otonabee water- 
shed expressed as a percentage of the normal precipitation. 

The estimate is based upon the actual and normal return of the Meteorological Service for 
Peterboro, Lindsay, Bancroft and Haliburton. 

Although the numerical values differ from month to month the normal precipitation is taken as 
100 per cent, hence the solidly hatched areas represent the amount by which the precipitation 
exceeded the average while the dotted hatched area represents in a similar manner the deficiencies. 

The lower graph shows the actual and normal precipitation in inches of rain. 



34 



TWENTY-FIFTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 26 



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PLATE B1— GENERAL OPERATING DATA 
December 18, 1931, to June 17, 1932 

GRAPH No. 1 — System average weekly load in kilowatts, which includes power purchased from 
the Gatineau Power Company and Plant No. 12. 

GRAPH No. 1a— Weekly average load in kilowatts supplied by H.E.P.C. plants on the Trent and 
Otonabee rivers. 

GRAPH No. 2 — Weekly average power equivalent of total flow at all H.E.P.C. plants. This equals the 
weekly average load supplied by these plants, plus the power equivalent of the weekly average wastage 
at these plants. This wastage is shown by the dotted hatched area between curves 2 and 1a. 



933 



\ ; 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



'D.fO-eiSCTJQfC PQWEM CCW.V/S5/C,V Of* CNTARJO 
Cmrtha/ Onforlc Distr/cr 
CEM£RAL OPERATtNC DATA 






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PLATE B2— GENERAL OPERATING DATA 
June 17, 1932 to December 16, 1932 

GRAPH No. 3 — Average daily wastage at all H.E.P.C. plants. In the weekly aggregate the hatched 
area under this graph equals the wastage represented by the dotted hatched area between curves 
2 and 1a. 

GRAPH No. 4 — Average daily power purchased from plant No. 12. 

GRAPH No. 5 — Midnight elevations of Rice lake. 

GRAPH No. 6 — Midnight elevations of Heely-Hastings reach. 



36 TWENTY-FIFTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE No. 26 

were mounted on a cement pad. The high-tension and low-tension busses were 
rearranged. A new platform was installed in order to facilitate work in connection 
with replacing high-tension fuses. 

At Oshawa No. 1 distributing station, there were no apparatus failures 
requiring extensive maintenance. All insulators were replaced on the 44,000-volt 
outdoor bus and on the 44,000-volt disconnecting switches with an improved 
type of insulator. New graphic metering equipment was installed on the 
Brooklin feeder. 

At Oshawa No. 2 distributing station, all the old type insulators were 
replaced on the 44,000-volt disconnecting switches. Three single-pole discon- 
necting switches were installed on the secondary side of the 3,000-kv-a. trans- 
former. The 4, 160- volt tie line between this station and Oshawa No. 1 distribut- 
ing station was rearranged and connected through an oil-breaker, and this station 
was then fed directly from No. 1 station. The 3,000-kv-a. transformer was then 
cut out of service until such time as it may be required to carry additional load. 

At Port Hope distributing station, the high-tension electrolytic lightning 
arresters were overhauled. Repairs were also made to the low- tension oil- 
breakers. The station roof was rebuilt. The walls, ceilings and floors of the 
basement, switchboard room and the transformer pockets were painted. 

At Port Hope switching station all the high-tension oil-breakers were 
overhauled. The roofs of the four switch houses were repaired and treated 
with roofing compound. 

At Sidney terminal station, all the high-tension and low-tension oil-breakers 
were overhauled. Two defective 44,000-volt oil-breaker bushings were replaced. 
The high-tension line relays were reconnected to provide more effective 
protection. 

At Auburn transformer station, all insulators were replaced on the high- 
tension bus and the high-tension disconnecting switches with an improved type 
of insulator. The high-tension oil-breakers were overhauled. Two defective 
high-tension oil-breaker bushings were replaced. A number of defective current 
transformers were rebuilt. A second 44,000-volt circuit was built between this 
station and Peterborough municipal station in order to provide greater security 
of service to Peterborough. 

At Frontenac transformer station, near Kingston, a spare 500-kv-a. 
transformer was installed. 

At Perth distributing station, a second 750-kv-a. transformer was placed 
in service on July 25. An automatic air-break switch was installed, replacing 
the old manual type air-break switch and high-tension fuses. New platforms 
were built in order to facilitate work during switching operations. New relay 
equipment, and a 24-volt storage battery and charging equipment, were also 
installed. 

At Balderson distributing station, the 50-kv-a. transformer was replaced by 
a 1 50-kv-a. transformer. The air-break switch was reinsulated with an improved 
type of insulator. 

At Smiths Falls transformer station, lightning arresters were installed on 
the Rideau district tie line. The 750-kv-a. transformer supplying power to the 
Rideau district, was replaced by a 1, 500-kv-a. transformer on November 14, 
1931. On August 27, two 1,250-kv-a. single-phase transformers, and one 1,500- 



1933 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



37 



HORSEPOWER 



HORSEPOWER 



40.000 



30.000 



20.000 



10.000 



iiiiiliiBgis 



9o:lzjClLl->ol2«!tiZjl3l*-JUZBjl5zjOlt->0 




38iUiilS§SS 



40.000 



30.000 



20,000 



10,000 



itittuiisn^^ 



kv-a. three-phase transformer, failed in service. The 1,250-kv-a. transformers 
were operating in parallel on one phase of the 110,000-volt 7,500-kv-a. transformer 
bank. The 1,500-kv-a. transformer was used in connection with the Rideau 
district supply, and also acted as a tertiary for the 7.500-kv-a. bank. The 
7,500-kv-a. bank was made up of one 5,000-kv-a. transformer in one phase and 
two 1,250-kv-a. transformers connected in parallel in each of the other two phases. 
Service was restored by regrouping the remaining good units in the 110,000-volt 
bank and installing the reserve 750-kv-a. transformer on the Rideau district 



38 



TWENTY-FIFTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 26 



RENFREW VIST SYSTEM 



33 3 OOOY. 



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HORSEPOWER 



O 



-♦- RENFREW R>P.O. 
RENFREW 



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HOffSEPOWER\ 2.20OY. 



HINGDON MINE 



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LEGEND 



GENERATING STAT / ON S 
("HORSEPOWER" /S RATED ELECTRICAL 
HORSEPOWER AT RATED POWER FACTOR) 

TRANSFORMER STAT/OAIS 

D/STR/3VTING STATIONS 

STATIONS AND L//VES /Al SERY/CS 

STAT/OA/S AND LINES AIOT COMMISSION'S PROPERTY 



EASTERN ONTARIO SYSTEM 
MADAWASKA DISTRICT 

(60 CYCLES) 

DIAGRAM OF STATIONS 

AS AT OCTOBER 31. 1932 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 
OF ONTARIO 



supply. This rearrangement temporarily reduced the station capacity, but not 
sufficiently to interfere with service. The damaged transformers have been 
satisfactorily repaired by the Commission's staff. 

At Cornwall transformer station, the 110,000-volt electrolytic lightning 
arresters, and the 44, 000- volt oil-breakers were overhauled. Repairs were also 
made to the 110,000-volt disconnecting switches. One 110,000-volt entrance 
bushing failed in service and was replaced. The brick work on the north, south 
and west walls of the station was repointed and part of the pier in the southwest 
corner of the building was rebuilt. General improvements were made to the 
appearance of the station site. 

At Winchester distributing station, the 300-kv-a. transformer failed in 
service on May 5, and was returned to the manufacturer for repairs. This 
transformer was replaced by a 300-kv-a. reserve transformer from Smiths Falls 
transformer station. The 44,000-volt air-break switch was reinsulated with an 
improved type of insulator. 

At Williamsburg distributing station, the 50-kv-a. transformer was replaced 
by a 100-kv-a. transformer on August 15. 

At Martintown distributing station trouble was experienced due to the 
failures of the old type of high-tension transformer bushings. The transformer 
cover was rebored, and improved porcelain bushings were installed. The dis- 
connecting switch was reinsulated with an improved type of insulator. 



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HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



39 



At Cardinal distributing station, two defective high-tension bushings were 
replaced in the 300-kv-a. transformer. 

The temporary transformer station at Chats Falls, which was built for the 
purpose of supplying power from the Madawaska district during the construction 
of the Chats Falls 25-cycle development, was taken out of service on October 17. 



High-voltage Transmission Lines 

The usual routine inspection and maintenance of high-voltage transmission 
lines was actively carried out in the various districts during the year. A number 
of highway, railway and foreign wire crossings were rebuilt to conform with 
present-day requirements. Approximately ten thousand poles were inspected, 
of which over twelve hundred were found defective and were stubbed. A number 
of poles were relocated in various districts due. to highway changes and improve- 
ments. Approximately forty thousand pin-type insulators were inspected and 
over two thousand defective units were replaced. The usual programme of 
tree trimming was carried out. A second 44,000-volt line was built between 
Auburn switching station and Peterborough municipal station by the 
Peterborough Public Utilities Commission. 

Meter Department and Repair Shops 

The Belleville machine and meter repair shop has continued the usual 
programme of testing and repair of service meters for municipal and rural systems. 
There were approximately thirty-six hundred meters adjusted and repaired and 
thirteen hundred new meters handled by this department during the year. A 
certain amount of work was also carried out in connection with repairs and 
replacement parts for hydraulic and electrical equipment. 



EASTERN ONTARIO SYSTEM— LOADS OF MUNICIPALITIES— 1930-1931-1932 



Municipality 


Peak load in horsepower 


Change 
1931 


in load 
-1932 


Oct. 1930 


Oct. 1931 


Oct. 1932 


Decrease 


Increase 


Alexandria 


260.9 

27.5 

87.9 

3,539.7 

121.0 

1,766.4 

274.2 

2,220.2 

112.6 

843.1 

198.4 

1,383.0 

190.6 

181.3 

50.0 


184.5 

28.0 

74.2 

3,687.5 

87.8 

1,551.4 
284.8 

2,271.2 
131.3 
848.5 

197.7 

1,468.6 

182.3 

146.8 

38.9 


212.9 

30.1 

82.4 

3,701.4 

73.4 

1,546.2 
270.7 

2,380.1 
139.7 
966.5 

191.1 

1,424.7 

163.6 

148.6 

42.3 




28.4 


Apple Hill 




2.1 


Athens 




8.2 


Belleville 


13.9 


Bloomfield 

Bowmanville 


14.4 

5.2 
14.1 




Brighton 




Brockville 


108.9 


Cardinal 




8.4 


Carleton Place 




118 


Chesterville 


6.6 
43.9 

18.7 




Cobourg 




Colborne 




Deseronto 


1.8 


Finch 




3.4 



40 



TWENTY-FIFTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 26 



EASTERN ONTARIO SYSTEM— LOADS OF MUNICIPALITIES— 1930-1831-1932— Con. 



Municipality 



Peak load in horsepower 



Oct. 1930 Oct. 1931 Oct. 1932 



Change in load 
1931-1932 



Decrease Increase 



Hastings. . . 
Havelock. . 
Kemptville . 
Kingston . . 
Lakefield. . 



Lanark. . . 
Lancaster . 
Lindsay. . 
Madoc . . . 
Marmora . 



Martintown 
Maxville. . . . 
Millbrook. . . 
Napanee 
Newburgh . . 



Newcastle 
Norwood . 
Omemee. . 
Orono. . . . 
Oshawa . . . 



Ottawa 

Perth 

Peterborough 

Picton 

Port Hope . . . 



Prescott .... 
Richmond. . 

Russell 

Smiths Falls 
Stirling 



Trenton . . . 

Tweed 

Warkworth 
Wellington . 
Whitby.... 



Williamsburg. 
Winchester. . . 



228.5 

241.3 

4,451.8 

225.6 

61.6 

67.4 

1,662.3 

168.9 

87.6 

27.5 

58.0 

85.6 

1,009.8 

45.5 

82.0 

168.7 

74.4 

60.9 

8,706.4 

23,597.0 
891.4 

6,400.2 
804.3 

1,331.6 

882.5 

49.0 

72.4 

1,615.3 

252.5 

2,731.6 

197.0 

69.9 

201.0 

1,020.1 

37.3 
212.3 



73.7 

227.9 

241.9 

4,580.0 

227.7 

61.8 

62.9 

1,718.9 

165.7 

89.2 

26.1 
72.6 
68.9 
1,015.2 
41.0 

82.5 

135.3 

76.6 

58.5 

7,369.9 

24,841.8 

1,069.1 

6,158.4 

887.4 

1,108.0 

815.5 

39.4 

57.9 

1,597.9 

265.1 

2,874.1 

189.9 

75.8 

205.9 

1,028.5 



69 
216 



65.2 

175.6 

241.3 

5,105.2 

209.7 



64 

33 

1,564 

153 



85.8 



21. 
80. 
79. 
935. 
42. 



64.2 

116.3 

77.4 

78.3 

6,494.6 

25,758.6 

1,038.9 

6,011.4 

871.6 

1,081.9 

770.8 

45.9 

42.6 

1,509.3 

239.9 



2,745. 

169. 
67. 

191. 
1,009. 

142 

235. 



8.5 

52.3 

0.6 



18.0 



29.3 

154.4 

12.1 

3.4 

4.6 



80.0 



18.3 
19.0 



875.3 



30.2 

147.0 

15.8 

26.1 

44.7 



15.3 
88.6 

25.2 

128.7 

20.7 

8.1 

14.2 

19.1 



EASTERN ONTARIO SYSTEM— NEW MUNICIPALITIES 



Municipality 


Date 
connected 


Load in horsepower 


Change in load 


Initial 


Oct. 1932 


Decrease 


Increase 


Bath 


Nov. 4, 1931 
Nov. 14, 1931 


20.6 
59.2 


23.4 
65.1 




2.8 


Westport 




5.9 









1933 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



41 



EASTERN ONTARIO SYSTEM— RURAL POWER DISTRICT LOADS, 1930-1931-1932 



Rural power district 



Peak load in horsepower 



Oct. 1930 Oct. 1931 Oct. 1932 



Change in load 
1931-1932 



Decrease Increase 



Alexandria . . 
Belleville. . . 
Bowmanville 

Brighton 

Brockville . . . 



Campbellford 
Chesterville . . 

Cobourg 

Colborne. . . . 
Fenelon Falls. 



Iroquois. . . 
Kemptville. 
Kingston . . 
Lakefield . . 
Lindsay. . . 



Martintown . 

Maxville 

Millbrook... 
Napanee. . . . 
Nepean 



Newcastle 
Norwood . 
Omemee. . 
Oshawa. . . 
Perth 



Peterborough 

Prescott 

Smiths Falls. 

Stirling 

Trenton 



Warkworth . . 
Wellington . . . 
Williamsburg. 



15.2 

240.4 

56.7 

14.0 

406.3 

54.7 
104.4 
122.3 

67.0 



375.0 



151.3 
1.0 
0.0 

46.5 

91.1 

27.0 

103.4 

450.3 

47.1 
9.7 



372.6 



434.3 
85.3 

137.3 
26.3 
12.4 

2.5 

108.8 

20.6 



25.0 
281.6 
160.4 

16.8 
269.0 

58.9 

184.5 

220.3 

77.0 

20.0 

415.5 
13.4 

265.7 

10.0 

4.0 

62.5 
118.4 

31.9 
145.8 
563.8 

61.7 

21.0 

3.0 

667.1 

3.0 

476.4 
92.0 

211.0 
46.2 

139.0 

3.0 

169.7 

32.8 



30.4 

304.0 

97.3 

22.8 
288.1 

67.3 

186.2 

242.9 

94.2 

47.2 

445.0 
18.1 

296.2 
32.7 
10.0 

53.4 
156.0 

34.3 
177.2 
624.3 

72.6 

27.9 

3.0 

677.0 

21.4 

420.4 
109.8 
48.1 
151.8 
127.5 

3.0 
194.6 

52.8 



63.1 



9.1 



56.0 



59.2 
11.5 



5.4 
22.4 



6.0 
19.1 

8.4 

1.7 

22.6 

17.2 

27.2 

29.5 

4.7 
30.5 
22.7 

6.0 



37 

2 

31 

61 

10 
6 



9.9 
17.4 



17.8 
1.9 



24.9 
20.0 



THUNDER BAY SYSTEM 



The load on the Thunder Bay system during the past fiscal year has shown 
a slight decrease from that existing during the previous year, the average monthly 
energy generated being about 0.7 per cent less and the average monthly peak 
being about 3.1 per cent less during 1932 than in 1931. There has been no restric- 
tion of power supply to any customers on this system. The Nipigon Corporation 
pulp mill at Nipigon has not been operating during the year, but the station 
has been maintained alive, Nipigon township being supplied from this point. 

Considerable hydraulic maintenance work has been carried on at Cameron 
falls generating station during the year, the major item being the repairing of 
the eroded areas of No. 3 turbine by welding the runner in place. Special atten- 



42 



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No. 26 



GR£AT LAKES 

PAPER CO. LTD. 

(FORT WILLIAM) 



//O.OOO.V 



FORT WILLIAM 

22,000. V. 



FORT WILLIAM 



T 



//o.ooo.v. 



PORTARJHUR 



THUNDER BAYr~] 
PAPER CO. L.J 

PORT ARTHUR 



22,000. V. 



ZZ,O0O.V. 



'I 



/io,oooy. 


68,400 










HORSEPOWER 








ALEXANDER 






S/ } 3O0 


r 


-. 2300 V 


HORSEPOWER 



POP T \ARTHUR(h/GH ST.) 



2300 V. „ 
PORT ARTHUR RPD. 

LEGEND 

GENERATING STATIONS 
("HORSEPOWER" IS RATED ELECTRICAL 
HORSEPOWER AT RATED POWER PACTOR) 



] TRANSPORMER STATIONS 



□ 

o 



DISTRIBUTING STATIONS 



MUNICIPAL STATIONS 
STATIONS & LINES IN SERVICE 



N '/PIG ON CORPORATION LTD. 



THUNDER BAY SYSTEM 

(60 CYCLES) 

DIAGRAM OF STATIONS 

AS AT OCTOBER 31. 1932 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



STATIONS & LINES NOT COMMISSIONS PROPERTY 



tion was paid to the testing and adjustment of the governors. The operation of 
No. 6 governor was improved by the installation of a new type flyball head. 
The auxiliary hydraulic equipment has been maintained in first-class condition. 

No. 1 generator at Cameron falls generating station, which was dismantled 
for cleaning and repairs during the latter part of the previous year, was re- 
assembled and returned to service. All power transformers at this station have 
operated satisfactorily, routine maintenance work only being required. 

Alexander generating station has given very satisfactory operating service, 
there being no major maintenance required on any equipment throughout the 
year. A new permanent magnet generator was installed on No. 2 unit. This is 
used to supply energy to the governor flyball head, replacing the pilot exciter 
source as formerly used. This new generator has given very satisfactory service 
to date. This station is now remote controlled from Cameron Falls generating 
station, the supervisory equipment having been placed in service about the 
middle of the year. While a few troubles have been encountered with this control 
equipment, on the whole its operation has been very satisfactory. In connection 
with this supervisory control the use of an automatic synchronizer, for synchro- 
nizing the generators at Alexander generating station with this system, might 
be mentioned, as it is the first of this type of equipment to be used in any of the 
Commission's stations. No faulty operations have been experienced with the 
device. 

The service obtained from the transmission line during the year has been 
very good. There have been three total system interruptions, two for one 
minute each due to flashovers, involving two lines with the third line out of 
service, and one of two minutes' duration due to line trouble during a heavy 
snowstorm. In addition to the above, logs being blown into the line during 
blasting operations on a new highway accounted for a major outage to Nipigon 



1933 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



43 



HORSEPOWER 



HORSEPOWER 

iKifillslsfi! 



70,000 




30.000 



20,000 



10,000 



Corporation station, a flashover during an electrical storm was responsible for 
another interruption to this customer, while a third was caused by line trouble 
during the above snowstorm. 

In co-operation with the Department of Highways about seventeen hundred 
feet of 110,000-volt wood-pole line was moved to one side in order to clear the 
right-of-way for the new highway at Pearl lake. Special attention has been 
given to testing the line insulators and replacing those found faulty. A number 



44 



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No. 26 



of twin-pole dead-end structures of No. 1 line were removed and replaced by 
standard single poles. Some other maintenance work has also been done on the 
wood-pole lines in tightening guys, etc. Brush was cut along certain sections of 
the right-of-way. 

The Port Arthur transformer station has had no curtailment of service to 
any customer due to failures of equipment: The relay and breaker equipment 
has operated correctly during the year. The 110,000-volt oil-breakers at this 
station were all given a complete overhaul and are now in good operating 
condition. 

The Fort William transformer station also has had no failure of equipment 
or incorrect functioning of relays or breakers. Routine maintenance work only 
was required at this station. 

The precipitation in the watershed supplying this system has been relatively 
heavy during the year, being the greatest recorded since the system commenced 
operation twelve years ago. During the first few months of the year the two 
generating stations were operated in such a way as to conserve the largest amount 
of water. With the light load on the system and the heavy precipitation it was 
found necessary to waste a considerable amount of water at both plants during 
the remainder of the year in order to prevent the elevation of Lake Nipigon from 
rising unduly. In spite of the high flow, the level of Lake Nipigon has been raised 
about a foot during the year. 



THUNDER BAY SYSTEM— LOADS OF MUNICIPALITIES, 1930-1931-1932 





Peak load in horsepower 


Change in load 
1931-1932 


Municipality 


Oct. 1930 Oct. 1931 


Oct. 1932 


Decrease 


Increase 


Fort William 


10,596.5 

65.7 

38,619.4 


11,451.7 

70.3 

27,024.4 


10,916.7 

83.0 

35,195.1 


535.0 




Nipigon Township 


12.7 


Port Arthur 




8,170.7 









THUNDER BAY SYSTEM— NEW RURAL POWER DISTRICTS 





Date 
connected 


Load in horsepower 


Change in load 


Rural power district 


Initial 


Oct. 1932 


Decrease 


Increase 




Oct. 1, 1932 
Jan. 23, 1932 


35.0 

7.5 


35.0 

23.7 






Port Arthur ; 




16.2 







1933 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



45 



NORTHERN ONTARIO SYSTEM 

Nipissing District 

The generated peak and average loads on this district show very little 
change from last year, being higher for some months than for the corresponding 
months of the previous year, and lower for other months. Over the entire year 
a slight increase in both peak and average generated loads is shown. 

The autumn of 1931 marked the termination of a three-year period of 
sub-normal precipitation and river flow on the district. During that period 
persistent efforts were made to improve and enlarge storage facilities, and this 
policy has been continued throughout the current year. As a result, more 
advantage was derived from the increased precipitation of the current year than 
would otherwise have been the case, and the quantity of water stored for future 
use is now higher than at any previous time. 

Maintenance work was carried out and improvements were made on the 
various line sections in the district. On the 22, 000- volt line between Nipissing 
generating station and Bingham Chute junction approximately twenty-five per 
cent of the old poles were replaced. Between Bingham Chute junction and 



HORSEPOWER 



HORSEPOWER 



5,000 



! 

> 

JAN 

FEB 

MAR 

APR 

MAY 

JUNE 

JULY 

AUO 

SEPT 

OCT 

NOV 

DEC 

JAN 

FEB 

MAR 

APR 

MAY 

JUNE 

JULY 

AUO 

SEPT 

OCT 

NOV 

DEC 

JAN 

FEB 

MAR 

APR 

MAY 

JUNE 

JULY 

AUG 

SEPT 

OCT 

NOV 

OEC 

JAN 

FEB 

MAR 

APR 

MAY 

JUNE 

JULY 

AUG 

SEPT 

OCT 

NOV 

DEC 

JAN 

FEB 

MAR 

APR 

JUNE 
JULY 
AUG 
SEPT 
OCT 
NOV 
DEC 


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4,000 r1i~ ir lyj/i"" — " ~ ------ 


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MIDICCIMr HICTDIPT 


NlrlSSINb DISIKICI 


PEAK LOADS 


HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 


OF ONTARIO 


c 

FES 

MAR 

APR 

MAY 

JUNE 

JULY 

AUG 

SEPT 

OCT 

NOV 

DEC 

JAN 

FEB 

MAR 

APR 

MAY 

JUNE 

JULY 

AUG 

SEPT 

OCT 

NOV 

DEC 

JAN 

FEB 

MAR 

APR 

JUNE 
JULY 
AUG 
SEPT 
OCT 
NOV 
OEC 
JAN 
FEB 
MAR 
APR 
MAY 
JUNE 
JULY 
AUG 
SEPT 
OCT 
NOV 
DEC 
JAN 
FEB 

APR 

JUNE 
JULY 
AUG 
SEPT 
OCT 
NOV 
DEC 



4.000 



3,000 



2,000 



1,000 



46 TWENTY-FIFTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE No. 26 

Callander the old No. 9 iron telephone wire, which has served its useful life, was 
replaced for a distance of five and one-half miles with No. 6 aluminum cable 
steel reinforced conductor. Relocation and adjustment of lines paralleling the 
highway was found necessary at several points to accommodate improvements 
to the Ferguson highway. Several small details required to complete the Sturgeon 
Falls-North Bay tie line were undertaken. The obsolete operating mechanisms 
on the air-break switches at North Bay Z4 sub-station, Bingham Chute junction 
and Elliott Chute junction were replaced with up-to-date mechanisms. Condi- 
tions at all points where the Commission's circuits cross railroads, highways and 
foreign circuits, were investigated with a view to bringing these crossings up 
to the Commission's standard. Insulator testing and grading was carried out 
on the main sections of line. 

At Nipissing generating station approximately three hundred feet of the 
seven-foot diameter wood-stave pipe line was found to have settled an average 
of about six inches below its original grade line. Settling was attributed to the 
lack of natural drainage of the soil on which this section of pipe line was bedded. 
To prevent further settling of this nature, drainage ditches totalling thirteen 
hundred and thirty-four feet in length were dug, and three hundred feet of tile 
drain was laid. The entire surface of this pipe line was brush-treated with creosote 
as a preservative measure. 

On inspection of the two turbines at this station it was found that erosion 
of the buckets on the cast-iron runners of both units had progressed to such an 
extent as to make satisfactory and economical repairs by welding impossible. 
An order for two new Niagara bronze runners of improved design has been 
placed, and these will be installed as soon as delivery is obtained. 

General maintenance work was carried out at this station, including repairs 
to station roof, painting of surge tank housing, improvement of grounds, etc. 

At Bingham Chute station the upstream face of the side dam was rip-rapped 
for about four feet above normal water level to prevent erosion. Eighty-seven 
cubic yards of rock were used in this work. The annual mechanical inspection 
showed that no major repairs or adjustments were required. In line with the 
general policy of annual improvement of station and grounds the following work 
was undertaken : chimneys of two operators' cottages were rebuilt, cement walks 
from cottages to highway were laid, drinking water was piped into the generating 
station from one of the operator's cottages, the road from the generating station 
to the highway was gravelled, the grounds around the outdoor transformer 
structure were improved, and painting was done where required. The entire 
surface of the eight-foot diameter wood-stave pipe line was brush-treated with 
a preservative coat of creosote. A long-distance voltage recorder was installed 
for registering at Bingham Chute generating station the low-tension voltage at 
the North Bay Z9 sub-station, utilizing the Commission's private telephone 
circuit for transmission. 

At Elliott Chute generating station the rip-rap on the face of the east end 
of the main dam was extended in order to protect from erosion portions of the 
dam not previously rip-rapped. Seventy- two cubic yards of rock were used for 
this work. In accordance with agreements with the various townships, roads 
that were constructed by the Commission to take the place of township roads 
which were flooded by the Elliott Chute development, were repaired. These 
roads have now been accepted by the townships and the Commission's obligations 



1933 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



47 



HOWEY GOLD MINES L TO. 



EAR FALLS 



S.-/00 
HORSEPOWER 



PATRICIA DISTRICT 



ONTARIO POWER SERV/CE 
CORPORATION 



/NTERNAT/ONAL NICKEL CO. 
AT COPPER CL/FF 



// ' 0,000 V. 



ABITIBI DISTRICT (a cycles) 



n 



INTERNATIONAL, 
NICKEL CO. 



22.00 OV. 



BURWASH 
FA/? NT 



TREADWELL 
YUKON MINES 



22,000 V. 



.2J 



5,100 
HORSEPOWER 



2Z,OOOV. 



I 2 ) Mtty/T TIC 

22,000 V 



2.630 
HORSEPOWER 



(NO./) CON IS TON 



SUDBURY DISTRICT 



FALCON BR/D6E 
N/CKEL CO 



5,360 

HORSEPOWER 



(NO.3) ST/A/SON 



I 



/VORTH BAY KR D. 



NORTH BAY\ 
A/0 2 



ABITIBI POWERS PAPER CO. 22,OOOV. 
STURGEON FALLS 



N/PISSING 



2.2QOY. 2, 7 SO 



HORSCEOWEA 



I k I \north < 

CALLANDER I — 1_ 
(CANAD/AN TIMBER CaLTD)\ — I — j | 



: 



22, OOO Y 



BINGHAM CHUTE 



l,EOO 
HORSEPOWER 



E LLIOTT CHUT E 

1. 930 

HORSEPOWER 



CALLANDER 



>- POWAS5AN 
POWASSAN R.PD. 



J 



NIPISSING DISTRICT 



LEGEND 



I GENERATINO STAT/ONS 
]fHORSE POWER" IS RATED ELECTRICAL. , 
\ HORSEPOWER AT RATED POWER FACTOR) 



□ 

o 



D/5TRIBL/TING STATIONS 



MUNICIPAL S TA TIONS 



STAT/ONS <S L/NES /N SERf/CE 

STAT/ONS A L/NES NOT 

COMM/SS/ON'S PROPERTY 



NORTHERN ONTARIO SYSTEM 

(60 CYCLES) 

DIAGRAM OF STATIONS 

AS AT OCTOBER 31. 1932 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 
OF ONTARIO 



48 TWENTY-FIFTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE No. 26 

in this connection have been terminated. Mechanical inspection of turbines and 
equipment showed that no major repairs or adjustments were necessary. 

Owing to the development of a leak in the earth-fill dam at this station it 
was found necessary to continue the sheet-steel piling to the rock outcrop at 
the shore end, a distance of approximately one hundred feet. Piling was driven 
to a depth of thirty-seven feet in some locations. Cave-ins on the downstream 
side resulting from the leak were filled in and more adequate drainage was 
provided. 

In the village of Callander a new outdoor type step-down transformer station, 
to supply power to the mill of the Canadian Timber Company Limited, was placed 
in service on July 1. Three 50-kv-a. transformers step the voltage down from 
22,000 to 550, and the 550- volt leads are carried into the customer's mill. A 
short tap line was required to connect the new station with the 22, 000- volt 
Callander to North Bay line. 

At the Z9 sub-station in North Bay extensive repairs to the roof were 
required. At Z4 sub-station in North Bay improvements to the station grounding 
were undertaken. 

Periodic tests on insulating oils from all transformers and oil circuit-breakers 
on the district were conducted. The oils in power transformers at Bingham 
Chute generating station and North Bay Z9 sub-station were filtered as test 
results showed such treatment to be necessary. 

Sudbury District 

A general decrease in load has been experienced in this district during the 
year. A very small portion of this decrease is due to reduced domestic consump- 
tion, the major portion being due to the lessened activities of most of the industrial 
customers in the mining and smelting industry. As a large portion of the decrease 
is paid for under the minimum clauses of the power contracts, revenues have not 
been as adversely affected as load conditions would indicate. 

Owing to favourable precipitation, storage and river-flow conditions through- 
out the year were excellent. All storage dams being in good condition, only 
minor maintenance details and preservative measures were found necessary. 

To eliminate damage to poles from river debris during flood periods, 1.4 
miles of the 22,000-volt tie line between McVittie generating station and Coniston 
generating station were removed to a shorter and better route. Previously the 
poles were situated on the river's edge. All insulators on this line were tested 
and all defective insulators, cross-arms, poles and guys were replaced. Right- 
of-ways of all lines were cleared of brush and new growth where necessary. All 
poles on the 22,000-volt line between Stinson generating station and Coniston 
generating station were treated at the butts with creosote as a preservative 
measure. 

At Coniston generating station the timber and masonry headrace was 
unwatered, the timber section was resheeted and the masonry section repointed 
where the original pointing had become defective due to ice conditions. The 
headrace concrete floor between trash rack and head gates was relaid, as the 
original flooring had broken up and some of the stone had been carried down 
the steel-pipe lines to the turbines. New stop logs were purchased for the head- 



1933 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



49 



20,000 



10,000 



JAN 
FEB 
MAR 
APR 

JUNE 
JULY 
AUO 
SEPT 
OCT 
NOV 
DEC 
JAN 
FEB 
MAR 
APR 

JUNE 

JULY 

AUO 

SEPT 

OCT 

NOV 

DEC 

JAN 

FEB 

MAR 

APR 

MAY 

JUNE 

JULY 

AUO 

SEPT 

OCT ' 

NOV 

DEC 

JAN 

FEB 

MAR 

APR 

MAY 

JUNE 

JULY 

AUG 

SEPT 

OCT 

NOV 

OEC 

JAN 

FEB 

MAR 

APR 

MAY 

JUNE 

JULY 

AUG 

SEPT 

OCT 

NOV 

DEC 












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HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 


OF ONTARIO 

r 1 i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i it i i i i i i 


JAN 
FEB 
MAR 
APR 
MAY 
JUNE 
JULY 
AUG 
SEPT 
OCT 
NOV 
DEC 
JAN 
FEB 
MAR 
APR 
MAY 
JUNE 
JULY 
AUG 
SEPT 
OCT 
NOV 
DEC 
JAN 
FEB 
MAR 
APR 
MAY 
JUNE 
JULY 
AUG 
SEPT 
OCT 
NOV 
DEC 
JAN 
FEB 
MAR 
APR 
MAY 
JUNE 
JULY 
AUG 
SEPT 
OCT 
NOV 
DEC 
JAN 
FEB 
MAR 
APR 
MAY 
JUNE 
JULY 
AUG 
SEPT 
OCT 
NOV 
OEC 



20.000 



10,000 



The above graph shows the load of the Sudbury district alone; the load of the Abitibi 
district being shown in a separate graph. In last year's Annual Report the load graph 
showed the combined load of the Sudbury and Abitibi districts for October, November and 
December, 1931 



race gates. On the No. 3 turbine four cracked guide vanes were repaired by 
welding; the lignum-vitae governor shaft bearing was renewed, and other repairs 
of a minor nature were carried out. On the No. 1 and No. 2 units only minor 
repairs and adjustments were required. Painting was carried out where required. 
The relation between headwater and tailwater was checked, staff gauges were 
installed in headrace and tailrace and permanent bench marks for checking the 
staff gauges were placed. 

At McVittie generating station the wooden deck of the concrete main dam 
was renewed, the stop-log gains were repaired, loose concrete in the headworks 
was removed and replaced with new concrete, and the trash racks were rehabili- 
tated. At the timber-crib wing dam a large amount of stone was placed in front 
of No. 1 pier, the gravel fill along the upstream side was increased, and the fill 
was then paved with stone to prevent the gravel being carried downstream during 
flood periods. Seven coils of the No. 1 No. 1,250-kv-a. generator, which were 
damaged by lightning, were replaced with new coils. Several defective mica 
bars in the commutator of the No. 1 exciter, were replaced. The lignum-vitae 
bearings in both turbines were renewed. Steel-pipe lines and turbine cases were 
painted as a protective measure. Other painting was undertaken where required. 
Only minor mechanical repairs and adjustments were found necessary on the 
turbines. Reshingling, and other smaller items of maintenance to the boarding- 
house and superintendent's house were undertaken. 

At Stinson generating station all cracks in the concrete dam and headworks 
were filled with a plastic sealing compound to prevent further damage from frost 
action. A frequency meter was installed and a defective power factor meter 
replaced. The inability completely to shut down the two units by turbine gate 



50 



TWENTY-FIFTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 26 



closure was investigated and remedial measures are now being carried out. The 
boat-house and ice-house were sheeted outside with clap boards, and these and 
one of the operator's cottages were painted. 

Grounding was investigated at all stations on the district and improvements 
carried out where found necessary. At each of the three generating stations, 
electric sirens were installed to enable the operator to call assistants in case of 
emergency. 



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included in graph as it was created by tests on the equipment and not by the delivery of 
commercial power 



Abitibi District 

The operation of the 189 miles of 110,000- volt steel-tower line between Hunta 
and Copper Cliff was satisfactory throughout the year. Up to the end of the 
fiscal year, this line comprises all of the Commission's property in this district. 

All steel towers on the line were carefully inspected and all loose bolts 
tightened. Conductors, vibration absorbers and ground wire were inspected for 
defects at several towers on each patrol beat. 

Patrol trails were cleared where necessary, and some tree trimming along 
the right-of-way was undertaken for the protection of the circuits. Some work 
was done on the patrolmen's living quarters to make them suitable for permanent 
occupation; in most cases they are situated in more or less isolated localities 
along the line. 

Tests were made on the telephone circuit, and improvements effected in 
the ringing facilities. 



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Patricia District 



The generating and transformer station at Ear Falls on the English river 
has been in satisfactory operation throughout the year. All equipment has 
functioned as required, there being no failure of major importance. The load on 
the system has shown an increase over that existing during the previous year, 
the average monthly energy generated being about 29 per cent greater and the 
average monthly peak being about 17 per cent greater during 1932 than in 1931. 

There has been only one interruption to service during the year, it being 
necessary to shut down the generator due to flashing at the upper collector ring. 
The ring was rubbed down, a new set of brushes installed and service restored 
after one hour and fifty-three minutes. 

A small amount of maintenance work has been carried out on the major 
equipment during pre-arranged plant shut-downs. Permanent repairs were 
effected on the damaged collector ring and exciter. The turbine operating 
mechanism, governor system and auxiliary mechanical equipment have been 
inspected and overhauled where needed. 

The 44,000-volt transmission line between the generating station and the 
Howey gold mine, which is owned by the Howey Gold Mines Limited, has been 
operated and maintained for them throughout the year under the same arrange- 
ment as in previous years. This transmission circuit has functioned perfectly 
during the year and has not been responsible for any interruption to service. 
Patrol and other work has been carried out along this transmission line 
throughout the year. 

As required by the Lake-of-the-Woods Control Board the flow in the English 
river has been adjusted from time to time by means of the regulating dam at 
Ear Falls. 



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No. 26 



The precipitation in the vicinity of Ear Falls has been relatively low, approix- 
mating only nineteen inches during the year. Due to this low precipitation and 
a relatively high river flow, the level of LaeSeul has been lowered approximately 
one foot during the year. 



NIPISSING DISTRICT— LOADS OF MUNICIPALITIES— 1930-1931-1932 



Municipality 



Peak load in horsepower 



Oct. 1930 | Oct. 1931 | Oct. 1932 



Change in load 
1931-1932 



Decrease | Increase 



Callander. . 
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Powassan . . 



110 


7 


3 





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2 


95 


1 



112 


8 


3 





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8 


117 


7 



175 





3 





2,915 





131 






6.8 



62.2 



13.3 



NIPISSING DISTRICT— RURAL POWER DISTRICT LOADS— 1930-1931-1932 



Rural power district 


Peak load in horsepower 


Change in load 
1931-1932 


Oct. 1930 | Oct. 1931 | Oct. 1932 


Decrease j Increase 


North Bay 


69.7 


68.3 


77.0 




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NIPISSING DISTRICT— NEW RURAL POWER DISTRICT LOADS 





Date 
Connected 


Load in horsepower 


Decrease 




Name 


Initial 


Oct. 1932 


Increase 


Powassan 


Nov. 1, 1931 


2.0 


2.0 













SUDBURY DISTRICT— LOADS OF MUNICIPALITIES— 1930-1931-1932 



Municipality 


Peak load in horsepower 


Change in load 
1931-1932 




Oct. 1930 


Oct. 1931 


Oct. 1932 


Decrease 


Increase 


Sudbury 


3,799.0 


3,967.8 


3,667.5 


300.3 







1933 HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 53 



SECTION III 



MUNICIPAL WORK 



The Commission acts in an advisory capacity in connection with the 
operation of the "Hydro" utilities of the various municipalities with which it 
has contracts. In this connection the Commission arranges for the purchase, 
construction or extension of distribution systems and assists the municipal 
officials in making their financial arrangements to pay for the cost of these 
systems. All rate adjustments, as provided under The Power Commission Act, 
are recommended by the Commission, and a study of the operating conditions 
of all utilities is made annually and adjustments recommended accordingly. 
The Commission exercises a general supervision over the management and 
operation of all systems more especially in the smaller municipalities which, 
individually, are not of sufficient size to employ a manager with the technical 
knowledge necessary to administer properly all phases of the local system's 
operation. 

In the case of the rural power districts, the Commission itself — on behalf 
of the corporations of the individual townships — operates the rural power 
systems, and distributes electrical energy to the customers of the respective 
corporations in any such rural power district. 



NIAGARA SYSTEM 



The development at Chats Falls, constructed jointly by the Commission 
and the Ottawa Valley Power Company, which was recorded last year as having 
been put into operation in the latter part of 1931, was completed during 1932. 
In the Ontario portion of the generating station two 23,500-kv-a. generating 
units were put into service in October, 1931, and two additional units have been 
installed and put into service during 1932. A corresponding installation was 
made in the Quebec portion of the station. A new 2 20,000- volt transmission 
line was constructed during the year from the interprovincial boundary near 
Beaudet to Chats Falls generating station and placed in operation during the 
month of October, 1932. This line, together with the transmission lines already 
constructed from Chats Falls to Leaside, will deliver to the Niagara system the 
power obtained from the Beauharnois Light Heat and Power Company. 



54 TWENTY-FIFTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE No. 26 

The load conditions on the Niagara system up to the month of August, 
1932, continued to show reduction in the amount of power taken as compared 
with the previous year, but during the later months of the year there was some 
increase in load as compared with the load for the corresponding months of 1931. 
The loads on the systems of the Commission are referred to more fully in Sec- 
tion II of this report. 

Dominion Power and Transmission Properties 

Progress has been made in connection with the properties formerly owned 
by the Dominion Power & Transmission Company, which Company, with 
subsidiaries, was purchased by the Commission in 1930. During the year 1932 
the distribution system, substations and other properties of this Company 
situated in the city of Hamilton were sold to the Hamilton Hydro-Electric 
System, for $2,125,000 and the system in the city of Brantford was sold to the 
Brantford Hydro-Electric System for the sum of $200,000. Negotiations are 
being carried on with the St. Catharines Public Utilities Commission for the 
purchase by it of the subsidiary company in that city. Arrangements have been 
•made for transferring the rural distribution lines of the Dominion Power & 
Transmission Company to the Hydro rural power districts already established 
in this general area. 

Interruptible Off-Peak Power 

Although the Niagara System of the Commission has a high load-factor 
it has, of course, daily and seasonal peaks, thus there are periods of the day 
and of the year when large amounts of surplus "off-peak" power are available. 
When "off-peak" power is sold with the stipulation that the supply may be 
interrupted at the will of the vendor, it is termed "at will" or "interruptible" 
power. "Off-peak" power, however, on account of the uncertainty of the times 
and durations of the system peaks, is not sufficiently dependable for ordinary 
industrial uses. A limited amount of such power can be utilized by large special 
industries in certain heating and electro-chemical processes. Although Canadian 
consumers are at all times given priority of consideration, the chief market for 
the "at-will" or "interruptible" power which the Commission has had at its 
disposal on the Niagara system has hitherto been in adjacent territory in the 
United States served by supply systems securing a large proportion of their power 
from steam plants. Such systems, by utilizing, when available, this interruptible 
off-peak power can conserve their fuel supplies. The sale of this power to the 
Canadian Niagara Power Company for use in the United States has enabled 
the Commission to employ profitably its generating equipment at times when 
not required to take care of the demands of the Niagara system. During the 
past year, however, owing to economic conditions, there has been no market in 
the adjacent United States territory for "at-will" power. 

Surplus Power can be Profitably Employed for Steam Generation 

Owing to the decrease in the growth of load on the Niagara system due to 
the curtailment of activity by many large consumers of power, the Commission 
at the present time has a surplus of power in the Niagara system. Arrangements 
are being made to dispose of some of the surplus power on an "at-will" basis to 
large industries in Ontario for special purposes, among which is the production 



1933 HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 55 

of steam through electric-steam boilers. These arrangements will continue 
until the power is required for the normal uses of the municipalities. It is to 
be noted that power sold for these special purposes replaces imported coal. 

Engineering Assistance to Municipalities 

General engineering assistance was given during the year to practically all 
of the municipalities in the Niagara system, by a general supervision of 
management and operation. 

Estimates and work in connection with the rebuilding of distribution systems 
to take care of various conditions was undertaken during the year and additional 
transformer capacity provided where necessary in the following places: — 
Agincourt, Amherstburg, Aylmer, Blenheim, Clifford, Chatham, Dashwood, 
Drayton, Dresden, Exeter, Fergus, Goderich, Harrow, Highgate, Markham, 
Otterville, Preston, Ridgetown, Rodney, St: Marys, Springfield, Tilbury, 
Wallaceburg and Wellesley. 

Certain municipalities received special engineering advice and assistance 
regarding a number of matters, which are more fully referred to as follows: 

Arkona — The local distribution system was changed from 4,000 to 8,000 
volts in order to improve the service and provide for future increase in load. 

Beachville — Increased use of appliances by domestic consumers necessitated 
the rebuilding of the greater portion of the distribution system. The work was 
undertaken by the staff of the Woodstock rural power district under the 
direction of the Commission's engineers. 

Bridgeport — On the completion of the new substation north of Waterloo, 
Bridgeport was served from this source instead of from the lines of the Kitchener 
Public Utilities Commission. 

Forest — A new outdoor-type substation was constructed to replace the 
indoor substation which was destroyed by fire early in the year. In this sub- 
station were installed three 75-kv-a. transformers to step up from 4,000 to 8,000 
volts to supply the village of Thedford and Arkona as well as the Forest rural 
power district. 

Norwich— The Norwich substation was redesigned and changes were made 
to the distribution system. These changes included the installation of an 
underground feeder from the station. 

Scarboro Township — A new substation was erected at West Hill and 
for the area east of Scarboro village, the distribution circuits in the eastern end 
of the township were rearranged to take service from this new station. 

Strathroy — A new municipal substation of 1,500 kilowatt capacity has 
been erected this year. The feeder capacity of the distribution system has 
been increased. 



56 TWENTY-FIFTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE No. 26 

Streetsville — Estimates were submitted to the Council of the village 
covering the cost of rebuilding the distribution system to make it suitable for 
a supply of power from the Niagara system. Assistance was given to the village 
in preparing enabling and money by-laws. 

Thedford — The distribution system was changed, and the voltage of supply 
raised from 4,000 to 8,000 volts. This is to provide improved service to the 
present consumers and permit of the supplying of an additional load of 90 
horsepower to a celery cold storage plant. 

Tillsonburg — The ornamental street lighting system, consisting of forty- 
eight 5 00- watt multiple lamps in ornamental standards fed by an underground 
system, was completed and put in operation. 



GEORGIAN BAY SYSTEM 



Very little change occurred in the power demands of this system during 
the year and the average energy consumption and maximum peaks in the various 
municipalities remained practically constant with conditions which prevailed 
during the previous year. There was, however, considerable expansion in the 
rural power districts, both in the summer resort sections and in the farming and 
hamlet communities. This activity in the rural districts is accountable for the 
slight increase in the system demand over the previous year. 

The properties of The Mildmay Electric Light Company serving the village 
of Mildmay, and The Formosa Electric Light Company serving the hamlet of 
Formosa and adjacent district, were purchased by the Commission and negotia- 
tions are now pending covering the sale of the distribution system in the former 
to the corporation; arrangements are also nearly completed for merging the 
latter company's properties into the Bruce rural power district. 

Reconstruction of local distribution systems was undertaken in five munici- 
palities to provide better service and to readjust the original lines and equipment 
to meet the conditions of existing and future loads. Transformer changes were 
made at three existing substations to provide increased capacity for growth of 
load, and a new substation was provided at Falkenburg to provide service to 
the new Baysville rural power district. 

A new rural power district was opened up in Muskoka known as the Baysville 
rural power district serving the hamlets of Baysville and Dorset, and the entire 
summer resort area south of the"Lake-of-Bays. 

General engineering assistance and advice concerning the management and 
operation of the various local distribution systems, also assistance in connection 
with the application of rates and the submission of information to power and 
lighting customers was rendered to all of the municipalities throughout the 
district. 

Estimates and work in connection with the rebuilding of distribution systems. 
to take care of various conditions, was undertaken during the year and additional 
transformer capacity provided where necessary in the following places: — 
Bradford, Hanover, Markdale, Orangeville and Port McNicoll. 



1933 HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 57 

Engineering advice of a special nature in connection with matters referred 
to was given to the following municipalities: — 

Alliston — Plans and specifications were prepared and estimates submitted 
by the Commission covering the complete rehabilitation of the local distribution 
system. The work was performed by the Commission's construction department. 

Formosa — The Formosa Electric Light Company originally serving this 
hamlet and adjacent district was purchased by the Commission and arrangements 
are now pending for merging all of the lines formerly owned by the private 
company into the Bruce rural power district. 

Grand Valley — The local distribution system was completely reconstructed 
by the construction department of the Commission at the request of the munici- 
pality. The lines and equipment now conform to present-day standards and 
existing load conditions. 

Mildmay — Money and enabling by-laws were submitted to the ratepayers 
and carried by large majorities in connection with supplying this municipality 
with power from the Georgian Bay system. 



EASTERN ONTARIO SYSTEM 



This system includes the Central Ontario, St. Lawrence, Rideau, Ottawa 
and Madawaska districts. The area served lies east of Dunbarton, Lake Scugog, 
Lindsay and Balsam lake. 

The power supply is from developments owned by the Commission on the 
Trent Canal system and on the Mississippi and Madawaska rivers. Power is 
purchased from the Gatineau Power Company, the Cedar Rapids Transmission 
Company, the Rideau Power Company, the Corporation of Campbellford and 
the Beach Estate at Iroquois. 

The Commission controls or has an interest in a number of undeveloped 
water-power sites on the Ottawa, Mississippi and Madawaska rivers, from which 
sites power can be made available when warranted by the demand. At present 
the growth of load is met by increases in the power purchased under contract 
with the Gatineau Power Company. 

Owing to improved water conditions on the Trent Canal system, it was not 
necessary to call on the Gatineau Power Company for power in advance of the 
contract obligations as in previous years. 

General engineering assistance and advice was given to municipalities 
concerning the management and operation of the various local distribution 
systems. 

Estimates and work in connection with the rebuilding of distribution 
systems, to take care of various conditions was undertaken during the year and 
additional transformer capacity provided where necessary in the following 
places: — Deseronto, Napanee, Omemee, Stirling, Wellington and Williamsburg. 



58 TWENTY-FIFTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE No. 26 

Certain municipalities received special engineering advice and assistance 
regarding a number of matters, which are more fully referred to as follows: 

Bath — The construction of the electrical distribution system in the village 
of Bath was completed and service was made available on November 4, 1931. 

Belleville — The Belleville Hydro-Electric System opened its new offices 
on September 26. The building was officially opened by the Hon. J. R. Cooke. 

Bobcaygeon — Estimates on the cost of power to this municipality were 
prepared and submitted to the municipal officials. A public meeting was held 
at which the estimates were fully explained. 

Cobourg — The electrical distribution system and waterworks purchased 
from the Commission by the municipality were operated during the year for the 
Corporation by the Commission. It is expected that these utilities will be 
operated and administered by a public utilities commission on January 1, 1933. 

Colborne — The municipal council requested the Commission to assist it 
in negotiating the purchase of the local distribution system from the Peebles 
Estate. A valuation of the local plant was made and the question of purchase 
will be submitted to the electors on November 21, 1932. 

Iroquois — Estimates were prepared and submitted to the corporation on 
the delivery of 100 and 200 horsepower. 

Morrisburg — The corporation requested estimates on the delivery of 100 
and 200 horsepower from the lines of the Commission. The estimates were 
forwarded to the corporation. 

Newcastle — An extension of the Newcastle distribution system to 
Newcastle-on-the-Lake was authorized and will be completed next spring. 

Norwood — The Commission has undertaken rebuilding a part of the local 
distribution system necessitated by the improvements being made by the 
Government Highways department. 

Peterborough— Estimates were prepared and engineering assistance 
rendered to the local utilities commission in constructing a new 44,000-volt 
line from Auburn station to the Peterborough municipal station and in 
making certain changes in the municipal station. The Commission carried 
out the work of changing the switching arrangements at Auburn station to 
accommodate the new line. 

Warkworth — On order of the Ontario Railway and Municipal Board the 
municipal boundaries of the police village of Warkworth were enlarged to include 
suburban areas already served by the municipal electric system. 

Westport — This municipality first received service on November 14, 1931, 
being served from the station at Forfar. 



933 HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 59 



THUNDER BAY SYSTEM 

The effect of the depression on the demand for power in the pulp and paper 
industry, and in the grain trade, is still in evidence in the load of the Thunder 
Bay system. The average load was 5,440 horsepower less, and the maximum 
system peak was 5,494 horsepower less than during the previous year. It is 
hoped that one of the large pulp and paper mills which has been shut down will 
resume partial operation in 1933. 

Considerable expansion has taken place during the year in rural districts 
adjacent to Port Arthur and Fort William. Port Arthur rural power district 
located north and east of Port Arthur was inaugurated and placed in operation 
involving the construction 9.71 miles of rural line, and arrangements were also 
completed for the formation of the Fort William rural power district located 
immediately west of Fort William. 

Engineering assistance and advice covering the management and operation 
of the various distribution systems was given to the cities of Fort William and 
Port Arthur and the village of Nipigon, which together comprise the system. 



NORTHERN ONTARIO SYSTEM 



Nipissing District 



A new substation of 150-kv-a. capacity was constructed at Callander to 
provide power for a large planing mill, and the rural area previously served 
adjacent to the village of Powassan was considerably extended to provide service 
to new farm customers. 



Abitibi District 

This district comprises the entire area which may be served at 25-cycles 
from the Hunta-Sudbury transmission line. Assistance and information was 
given to prospective mining companies concerning the cost of power available 
in the district. 

Sudbury District 

This district comprises the entire area adjacent to Sudbury which may be 
served at 60-cycles from the power developments on the Wanapitei river. Infor- 
mation was submitted to various areas adjacent to the city of Sudbury in 



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No. 26 



connection with rural service and several conferences and meetings were held. 
Assistance was given to the town of Capreol in the construction of a new sub- 
station and negotiations were conducted with the Canadian National Railway 
covering the purchase of its transmission line between Sudbury Junction and 
Capreol. 

Patricia District 

Assistance in connection with the utilization of power was given to a large 
gold mine, the only customer at the present time being supplied from the Ear 
Falls development. Information concerning cost and utilization of power was 
also submitted to other prospective mining customers in the district. 



Manitoulin District 

This district comprises the entire island of Manitoulin and was formed 
during the year for the purpose of giving power to a section of the island adjacent 
to Gore Bay and Mindemoya. Arrangements were made for the construction 
of distributing lines and a transformer station. Power is being obtained from 
the Kagawong development of The Little Rapids Pulp Company and it is 
expected that the work will be completed and service delivered early next year. 




RURAL ELECTRICAL SERVICE IN ONTARIO 

The three-horsepower motor illustrated is used in the barn to drive a chopping mill, a 

milking machine, a cream separator and a jack shaft and emery stone 



1933 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 




RURAL ELECTRICAL SERVICE IN ONTARIO 
Brings to the farm home the conveniences enjoyed by city dwellers 



RURAL ELECTRICAL SERVICE 



The Commission first supplied electrical service to rural consumers about 
twenty years ago. In the earlier years this service was supplied to townships 
and for the most part the rural consumers were reached by extensions to existing 
urban and suburban distribution networks, or by lines from stations serving 
urban municipalities. The progress made was successful in certain thickly 
populated sections, but the policy of serving townships as a unit did not permit 
an economic distribution in thinly populated areas. By 1920, some 2,200 
rural consumers were served, but the aggregate rural load was less than 500 
horsepower. In 1920, amendments to The Power Commission Act provided for 
the formation of rural power districts and in 1921 and 1924 special rural Acts 
were passed by the Provincial Legislature providing for the payment of Provincial 
' 'grants-in-aid." These legislative enactments;* the special consideration given 
to rural electrical service; and the experience gained and put into practice by 
the Commission, have resulted in a remarkable growth in rural electrical service 
in Ontario. This is well shown by the accompanying charts. There is, indeed, 
no branch of the Commission's activities to which, during recent years, more 
detailed consideration has been given than its department of rural electrical 
service. 

The policy and practice of the Commission has been, and is, to make a 
distribution of electrical energy as widespread as possible, and to extend to 
every community that can economically be reached by transmission lines the 
benefit of electrical service. In harmony with this policy, the supplying of 
electrical service to rural districts has been undertaken according to a compre- 



*Re Rural Power District Legislation: — Consult The Power Commission Act (R.S.O. 
1927, ch. 57); The Rural Hydro-Electric Distribution Act (R.S.O. 1927, ch. 59); The Rural 
Power District Loans Act, 1930 (20 Geo. V, ch. 14), and The Rural Power District Service Charge 
Act, 1930 (20 Geo. V, ch. 15). 



62 TWENTY-FIFTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE No. 26 

hensive and carefully thought-out programme. For the purpose of electrical 
service in rural Ontario, rural power districts are formed in the more closely 
settled portions of the Province traversed by transmission lines. A typical 
rural power district covers about 100 square miles. Its boundaries are not 
arbitrary geographical limits — such as define, for example, the areas of town- 
ships—but depend rather upon the economic distances which may be served 
from a distribution centre of city, town or village or other sources where suitable 
power is available. It should be appreciated that without such transmission 
networks as have been constructed to serve the cities and towns of the Province, 
any extensive rural electrification would be economically impracticable. 

It must, however, be recognized that rural electrical service is essentially 
a community interest and to attain its greatest success must have the whole- 
hearted support of all rural dwellers. Co-operation is the keynote of success. 
Primarily, rural service is made possible by the great networks of transmission 
lines which have been constructed to serve urban municipalities. These networks 
afford a base from which rural primary lines may economically be extended over 
wide areas of the more closely settled parts of rural Ontario. Thus there is 
co-operation between the urban and rural citizens. The growth in the mileage 
of rural lines during recent years has been so rapid that at the present time 
the aggregate length of such lines exceeds the mileage of the main transmission 
lines built to serve urban centres. In the rural power districts the transmission 
lines which serve the individual farmers can also carry electrical energy to 
churches, schools and stores, as well as provide power for factories utilizing 
agricultural products as their raw material. Thus, co-operation produces the 
greatest benefit to all and results in lower costs. 

The experience gained by the Commission and the improvements in tech- 
nique, enable electrical service to be given to rural districts when there can be 
secured three signed farm contracts, or their equivalent, per mile of line to be 
constructed. 

Provincial Government Aids Rural Service 

The Province of Ontario recognizes the importance of electrical service to 
the agricultural industry and gives assistance to rural residents in three ways, 
namely: 

First — A grant-in-aid toward the initial capital cost of supplying electrical 
service, amounting to fifty per cent of the cost of line and secondary equipment 
necessary to deliver power from the supply point of city, town, village, etc., to 
the customer's property. This is the maximum amount provided for by The 
Rural Hydro-Electric Distribution Act. 

Second — Authority has been granted by the Province to the Commission 
in The Rural Power District Service Charge Act, 1930, to fix a maximum 
service charge for any class of service rendered by the Commission in a rural 
power district. Where as may be the case in newly established rural power 
districts such maximum service charge is not sufficient to meet the necessary 
cost of service, as specified by the Commission, the deficit is chargeable to and 
payable out of the Consolidated Revenue Fund of the Province. Payments made 
out of the Consolidated Revenue Fund for this purpose, on account of any rural 
power district, are charged to that rural power district in a special account — 
known as the "Rural Power Service Suspense Account" — in the books of the 
Treasurer of Ontario, and any surplus thereafter arising from any maximum 



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63 




RURAL ELECTRIC SERVICE IN ONTARIO 

Horizontal chopper in which a \y% horsepower motor is used for 25-cycle and a 2-horse- 

power motor is used for 60-cycle service. The power take-off operates at motor speed. The 

plates are separated when using the motor for other purposes than chopping 



service charge in that rural power district is to be paid to the Treasurer of Ontario 
and placed to the credit of the rural power district in such suspense account until 
the deficit is extinguished. Where a temporary deficit arises in any rural power 
district owing to the application of the maximum service charge, such maximum 
service charge must remain in force and be charged in that rural power district 
until the deficit is extinguished. 

A tabulation set out on an accompanying page shows the present maximum 
service charge placed in effect on January 1, 1930. 

Third — An Act — The Rural Power District Loans Act, 1930 — to provide 
for granting aid towards the installation of electrical works in rural power districts 
was passed during the year 1930. The purpose of this Act is to provide advances 
towards the installation of electrical services in rural power districts, subject to 
regulations. Aid may be granted subject to such regulations and repayments, 
or the wiring from the transmission or distribution lines of the Commission into 
and throughout dwellings, farms, outhouses, and any other works which may 
from time to time be specified by the regulations. In addition to the wiring, 
loans may be obtained on transformers, motors, or other appliances, as may be 
necessary or expedient for any industrial, agricultural or domestic purpose which 
may be specified in the regulations. 



Rural Loans 



Loans have been made to an increasing number of rural consumers to aid 
them in financing the cost of wiring their premises and the installation of motors, 



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grain grinders, pumping systems, milling machines and washing machines — all 
made possible by the passing of The Rural Power District Loans Act in 1930. 

Up to October 31, 1932, there have been 352 applications for loan received 
since the Act was put into force. Of these, 226 were received during the last 
fiscal year. Out of the total number of 352 applications, 17 have been withdrawn 
by the applicants; 37 have been either ineligible for loan due to conditions or 
the applicants have failed to conform to the regulations : — approval to these 
has not been given — and 37 applications are pending the receipt of information 
from the field to enable the Commission to approve them. In all 261 applications 
have been approved and loans granted up to October 31, 1932; of these 187 
were approved during the past fiscal year, an increase of 113 over the previous 
year. 

Out of the total number of applications approved and granted: 

166 covered applications from Niagara system Total $36,260 

76 " " " Georgian Bay system " 21,727 

19 " " " Eastern system " 5,715 

261 All systems Total $63,702 

The total amount of loans approved up to date is $63,702, of which $40,160 
was advanced during the past year, an increase of $15,618 over 1930-31. The 
average loan amounts to about $245. 

With respect to the 261 loans actually made, the following table shows the 
number of applications in which the different items enumerated in the regulations 
were applied for, also the cost to the consumers of these items. In many cases 
the amount approved or applied for was substantially less than the actual cost 
of the equipment or wiring to be financed, as frequently the consumer did not 
wish to borrow up to the full amount of the cost of his installation or the Com- 
mission felt that the security would be more satisfactory if the amount of loan 
granted was less than the cost of the installed equipment. 



DETAILS OF RURAL LOANS GRANTED UP TO OCTOBER 31, 1932 



Items applied for 
(including installation) 

in loans 
which have been paid 


Totals for 

74 applications 

granted in 1930-31 


Totals for 

187 applications 

granted in 1931-32 


Totals for 
all applications 
to Oct. 31, 1932 


Number 
of appli- 
cations 
affected 


Cost 

to 

consumers 


Number 
of appli- 
cations 
affected 


Cost 

to 

consumers 


Number 
of appli- 
cations 
affected 


Cost 

to 

consumers 


Service from road 

House wiring 


60 
63 
60 
16 
15 
6 
2 
15 


$ c. 
3,484.80 
7,860.79 
6,160.49 
1,545.30 
2,489.50 
616.50 
675.00 
1,734.00 


91 
90 

87 
15 
95 

8 

2 
8 


$ c. 

4,756.27 

8,077.36 

7,452.80 

1,507.96 

16,985.76 

849.03 

405.00 

934.00 


151 
153 
147 

31 
110 

14 
4 

23 


$ c. 

8,241.07 

15,938.15 


Barn and building wiring 
Motors 


13,613.29 
3,053.26 


Grain grinders 


19,475.26 


Pumping systems 

Milking machines 

Washing machines 


1,465.53 
1,080.00 
2,668.00 




24,566.38 


40,968.18 


65,534.56 



1933 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



65 




RURAL ELECTRICAL SERVICE IN ONTARIO 

Suggested set-up of farm chopper with the grain supply above and 

the chop box below with bagger attachment so that chop may be 

transferred to other buildings. When chop is being delivered to the 

bin no attendance is necessary 



Respecting the 261 applications which have been granted, the following 
table shows the number of loans approved for each term of years from one to 
ten years: 



One year term 4 loans 

Two " " 2 " 

Three " " 18 " 

Four " " 8 " 

Five " " 106 " 



Six year term 5 loans 

Seven " " 72 " 

Eight ■ « 8 " 

Nine " " " 

Ten " " 38 " 

Total 261 " 



Up to the present time 10 loans have been paid up in full, either through the 
fact that the loans matured or because of the improved financial position of the 
loanee. 

The assistance given by the Province in these several ways is in pursuance 
of a long-established governmental policy of promoting the basic industry of 
agriculture. This policy had previously found expression in the establishment 
of agricultural schools, colleges and experimental farms, in assistance for farm 
drainage, road building and in other ways. The grants-in-aid and guarantees 
thus given make it possible to extend hydro-electrical power service to those 
engaged in and connected with agricultural pursuits in less densely populated 
districts where otherwise such service would not be financially feasible. 



66 TWENTY-FIFTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE No. 26 

The extent and effect of the Province's financial assistance with respect to 
the distribution of power in rural districts should be clearly understood. The 
Government grant-in-aid relates solely to the initial capital investment for 
distribution facilities in rural power districts only. Having made its grant-in-aid, 
the Government further participates in the operation of each district in that it 
guarantees a maximum service charge, otherwise its participation in the operation 
of the property ceases. Each rural power district not only pays the cost of 
operation, maintenance and administration of its lines, but also sets up reserves 
for renewals, obsolescence and contingencies on the whole of the equipment and 
lines, as well as for sinking fund on the investment made by the Commission on 
behalf of the townships served. 

The accompanying diagrams and tables illustrate the expansion of rural 
electrical service in Ontario during the last twelve years. The greater area covered 
is shown by the increased mileage of primary lines approved. The increase in 
the use of electricity by the farming communities is shown by the aggregate power 
loads supplied to the rural power districts. 

It is believed that further substantial progress will be made in the next few 
years. An outstanding reason for this growth is the extent to which the Com- 
mission has gained the confidence of the rural communities through efficiency in 
the construction of lines, through progressive reductions in rates and by a con- 
tinuity of service which has contributed very materially to progress by inspiring 
confidence in the use of electrical power-driven machinery. 

Concurrently with the development of rural service the Commission has 
made studies in connection with the efficient use of electricity on the farm. 
Investigations are constantly being made regarding problems involving efficient 
electrical rural service. As an example of this type of activity, the Commission 
during the past few years has made studies for the purpose of discovering the 
fundamentals involved in grinding grain. These studies disclosed that the type 
of machine being used was of low mechanical efficiency. As a result the Com- 
mission has developed a new type of plate of the toothed variety and made of 
hard alloy steel. This plate shears the grain and the product is of a granular 
texture which is believed to be the type desired by the farmer. 

The Year's Activities 

During the fiscal year 1931-32 there were constructed or under construction 
some 526 miles of primary transmission line in the rural power districts of 
Ontario, which was less than half the mileage constructed each year for the past 
five or six years. The mileage constructed in the year 1931-32, however, exceeded 
that constructed during the two-year period 1924 and 1925, and in view of the 
exceptional economic conditions which have very seriously affected agricultural 
operations and prices, must be regarded with satisfaction. Electrical service 
was given to 3,933 additional consumers. The capital expenditure approved for 
rural construction work during the past year was $1,123,741, and the aggregate 
peak load in October, 1932, reached 32,853 horsepower. Details of these matters 
and of the present status of rural distribution are presented in the accompanying 
tables. For the coming year, arrangements have been made to construct about 
600 miles of additional rural lines. 

The engineers of the Commission attended, during the past year, a number 
of public meetings throughout the Province, held for the specific purpose of 
explaining to prospective consumers the rates at which electrical power could. 



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67 




RURAL ELECTRICAL SERVICE IN ONTARIO 

An electric blower on the house furnace. Permits the 

use of small size coal and automatic control of 

temperature 



be supplied, the uses which can be made of power on the farm and the procedure 
necessary to obtain service. Where possible, moving pictures were shown, 
illustrating the uses of electricity on the farm. The provincial statutes relating 
to rural distribution were explained, pamphlets were distributed, and assistance 
was given to local committees appointed to canvass their respective districts. 

The Commission also co-operated with the Provincial Department of Agri- 
culture by giving similar talks to students taking short-course lectures at the 
Agricultural College at Guelph, and at other centres. Representatives of the 
Commission also attended provincial ploughing matches and arranged to give 
information to a large number of interested farmers. The manufacturers of 
electric motors and other equipment used in connection with power on the 
farm co-operated with the Commission in giving demonstrations at various 
places, showing actually how power can advantageously be employed by the 
farmer. 

During the past year not only has the power taken by the rural power 
districts increased because of increased mileage of transmission lines and the 
demand of the consumer connected to these new lines, but the demand for power 
has also increased due to the greater use of electricity on the farms already served 
and due to the connection of new consumers to existing lines. Furthermore, 



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many townships have installed — in districts where the conditions warrant — 
street-lighting systems on the public highways. To supply these increased loads, 
new substations have been constructed and the capacities and number of lines 
have been increased. 

The tabulation on page 71 shows the extensions approved during the year, 
the number of consumers, the amounts of power supplied, the capital expenditures 
and the amounts of provincial grant-in-aid of rural lines approved by the 
Government. 



Rates for Rural Electrical Service 

Rates to rural consumers are based upon service "at cost" — proper account, 
of course, being taken of the provincial grant-in-aid for rural work and the 
operation of the provision for a maximum service charge — and as in urban centres 
the rates are made up of two parts, a service charge and a consumption charge. 
In any given rural power district the service charge to a consumer depends 
primarily upon the individual connected load or demand which determines his 
class rating (see "Classification of Services") but this is modified in the earlier 



933 



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69 



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years of operation of a rural power district by the provision respecting maximum 
service charge; the consumption charge is in the form of a first and second 
kilowatt-hour charge and is largely determined by the cost of power at the source 
of supply to the rural power district. 

An important factor in connection with rural power supply is the stability 
of the rates charged. Since service is given at cost and since it is the policy to 
give service whenever economically practicable, it is necessary, in the interests 
of the rural consumers themselves, to ensure by contract a certain minimum 
return from each mile of line constructed. Otherwise, if one or two prospective 



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RURAL ELECTRICAL SERVICE IN ONTARIO 
Grading tobacco by use of artifical sun lamp developed for this purpose 

consumers failed to take service, it would place an unfair burden upon those 
who did. Experience has led the Commission to adopt the safe policy of con- 
structing rural lines only when sufficient contracts have been signed to guarantee 
payment of the fixed charges on their cost; the minimum signed contracts 
required being three ordinary farm contracts or their equivalent per mile of 
line constructed. 

For the purpose of detei mining the service charge, each mile of line is 
assumed to represent a minimum of 15 units and to each class of service is 
assigned a value in such units. The accompanying Table gives this information 
and shows the annual and monthly service charges appliable to each class of 
service. It may be stated that more than 90 per cent of the contracts entered 
into for farm service are either of Class 2B or Class 3. These, therefore, are the 
representative classes for individual farm service. 

Rather more than half the consumers in rural power districts are grouped in 
hamlets or small villages closely identified with rural activities, and these con- 
sumers are usually in Class IB or Class 1C. It should further be understood 
that rural power districts do not include suburban districts or larger villages. 
These have their own electrical utilities. 

All new rural power districts begin at standard rural rates and these con- 
stitute the maximum rates submitted to the proposed consumers. As the 
average number of consumers per mile of line increases, the service charges may 
be, and in practice have been, reduced; and with increased consumption the 
rates per kilowatt-hour are also lowered. Thus, in older-established rural power 
districts the total cost of service is much below the initial standard rates. 

At the end of this section is given a tabulation of the rural power districts 
established in connection with the several systems of the Commission, which 
shows the miles of line, the number of consumers and the rate schedules for 
each district. 



1933 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



71 



RURAL LINE EXTENSIONS DURING THE YEAR 1932 





Miles of 

primary 

line 


Number of customers 


Power 
supplied 

in 

October, 

1932 


Capital approved for 
extensions 


System 


Hamlet 


Farm 


Total 


Total 


Provincial 
grant-in-aid 


Niagara 


232.06 
96.71 

119.18 
41.55 
34.40 


851 
611 
415 
41 
137 


1,293 

196 

246 

124 

19 


2,144 
807 
661 
165 
156 


25,227 

2,250 

5,208 

89 

79 


$ c. 

508,653.80 

228,189.00 

259,164.00 

69,678.00 

58,057.00 


$ c 
254,326.90 


Georgian Bay 

Eastern Ontario. . . . 

Thunder Bay 

Northern Ontario . . 


114,094.50 

129,582.00 

34,839.00 

29,028.50 


Total 


523.90 


2,055 


1,878 


3,933 


32,853 


1,123,741.80 


561,870.90 



SUMMARY OF RURAL LINE EXTENSIONS 
As Approved by the Commission from June 1, 1921, to October 31, 1932 





Miles cf 

primary 

line 


Number of consumers 


Capital approved for extensions 


System 


Hamlet 


Farm 


Total 


Total 


Provincial 
grant-in-aid 


Niagara 

Georgian Bay 

Eastern Ontario 

Thunder Bay 

Northern Ontario 


6,467.58 
785.95 

1,578.42 
50.55 
45.39 


21,630 

3,732 

6,462 

56 

370 


21,623 

1,659 

3,815 

145 

42 


43,253 
5,391 

10,277 
201 
412 


$ c. 

14,254,200.63 

1,620,978.01 

3,461,193.79 

87,117.00 

91,554.00 


$ c. 

7,103,820.31 

778,940.52 

1,730,596.89 

43,558.50 

45,777.00 


Total 


8,927.89 


32,250 


27,284 


59,534 


19,515,043.43 


9,702,693.22 



SERVICE CHARGES IN RURAL POWER DISTRICTS— SINCE JAN. 1, 1930 
With Provincial Grant-in-Aid — 25-cycle and 60-cycle Service 







Approx. 




Kilowatt- 










Class 


Units 


number 


Demand 


hours 


Gross 


Gross 


Net 


Net 


of 


per 


of 


allowed 


per 


annual 


monthly 


annual 


monthly 


rural 


con- 


customers 


consumer 


month 


service 


service 


service 


service 


service 


sumer* 


per mile 
of line 


in k-w. 


at 
first rate 


charge 


charge 


charge 


charge 












$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


IB 


2.25 


6.8 


1.32 


30 


18.00 


1.50 


16.20 


1.35 


1C 


3.75 


4.0 


2.0 


30 


27.96 


2.33 


25.20 


2.10 


2A 


1.90 


8.0 


1.32 


30 


20.64 


1.72 


18.60 


1.55 


2B 


3.50 


4.3 


2.0 


30 


27.96 


2.33 


25.20 


2.10 


3 


5.00 


3.0 


3.0 


42 


33.36 


2.78 


30.00 


2.50 


4 


5.35 


2.8 


5.0 


70 


36.00 


3.00 


32.40 


2.70 


5 


7.50 


2.0 


5.0 


70 


50.04 


4.17 


45.00 


3.75 


6A 


12.50 


1.2 


9.0 


126 


62.04 


5.17 


55.80 


4.65 


6B 


12.50 ■ 


1.2 


9.0 


126 


70.68 


5.89 


63.60 


5.30 


7A 


20.00 


0.74 


15.0 


210 


92.64 


7.72 


83.40 


6.95 


7B 


20.00 


0.7 


15.0 


210 


111.36 


9.28 


100.20 


8.35 



* Before a rural primary line is constructed contracts equivalent to 15 primary units per 
mile must be signed. (For explanation of units see accompanying text.) Thus three Class 3 
consumers at 5 units each equals 15 units. Service charges are adjusted so that each class of 
service bears its equitable share of the cost. 

Note: For classification of services see page 78. 



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TWENTY-FIFTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 26 



CLASSIFICATION OF SERVICES FOR RURAL POWER DISTRICTS 

When contracts between the consumer and the township have been executed, 
users of power in townships are supplied with electric service under general classes 
with limitations as follows: 



Class 



Service 



Class 
demand 
kilowatts 



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1 


110 


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220/110 


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110 


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2A 

2B 

3 

4 

5 

6A 

6B 

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House Lighting 

Small Farm Service. . . 
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Medium Farm Service 

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1.32 

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1.32 

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3 

5 

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9 

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15 
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35 

20 

35 

35 

50 

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100 

60 
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Class 1: Hamlet Service — Includes service in hamlets, where four or more consumers are 
served from one transformer. This class excludes farmers and power users. Service is given 
under two sub-classes as follows: 

Class 1-B: Service to residences or stores. Use of appliances over 1,320 watts 
permanently installed is not permitted under this class. 

Class 1-C: Service to residences or stores with electric range or permanently installed 
appliances greater than 1,320 watts. Combinations of residence and store supplied from 
one service shall be not less than Class 1-C. Special or unusual loads will be treated 
specially. 

Class 2A: House Lighting — Includes service to all residences that cannot be grouped 
as in Class I. This class excludes farmers and power users. 

Class 2B: Farm Service, Small — Includes service for lighting of buildings and power 
for miscellaneous small equipment and power for a single-phase motor not exceeding 2 horse- 
power or an electric range (motor and range not to be used simultaneously) on a small farm of 
fifty acres or less. 

Class 3: Farm Service, Light — Includes service for lighting of farm buildings, 
power for miscellaneous small equipment, power for single-phase motors not 
exceeding 3 horsepower and electric range. Range and motor are not to be used 
simultaneously. 

Class 4: Farm Service, Medium Single-Phase — Includes service for lighting of farm 
buildings and power for miscellaneous small equipment, power for single-phase motors up to 
5-horsepower demand or an electric range. Range and motor are not to be used simultaneously. 

Class 5: Farm Service, Medium 3-Phase — Includes service for lighting farm buildings 
and power for miscellaneous small equipment, power for 3-phase motors, up to 5-horsepower 
demand, or an electric range. Range and motor are not to be used simultaneously. 

Class 6: Farm Service, Heavy — Includes service for lighting of farm buildings and power 
for miscellaneous small equipment, power for motors up to 5-horsepower demand and an electric 
range, or 10-horsepower demand without an electric range. Single- or three-phase service will 
be given at the discretion of the Hydro-Electric Power Commission of Ontario. 

Class 7: Farm Service Special — Includes service for lighting of farm buildings, power 
for miscellaneous small equipment, power for 3-phase motors from 10- to 20-horsepower demand 
and electric range. Single or three-phase service will be given at the discretion of the Hydro - 
Electric Power Commission of Ontario. 



Note: Class 2B is the service usually supplied to small farms of fifty acres or less 
and Class 3 is the service usually supplied to ordinary farms of larger size. More than 
90 per cent of new contracts for farm service are in one or other of these two classes 



1933 HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 79 



SECTION IV 



HYDRAULIC ENGINEERING AND CONSTRUCTION 



The year 1932 marked the completion of the development at Chats falls 
on the Ottawa river, to the stage at present decided upon. Eight units of 
28,000 horsepower each are now installed, and the station has been on 
commercial load since October, 1931. 

Various repairs and renewals at the Queenston-Chippawa and Ontario 
Power generating stations of the Niagara system have been carried out. The 
major items included were: a new approach span for the highway bridge crossing 
the Welland river in the village of Chippawa, and a new steel bridge replacing 
the temporary wooden bridge which carried Queen street over the railway that 
serves the power house at Queenston. 

The weathering of the faces of the cliff, both at the Queenston station and at 
the Ontario Power station, necessitated the scaling of the loose and overhanging 
rock. This work was completed at both places during the year. 

The banks of the canal and of the Welland river have been strengthened by 
rip-rap and by the planting of trees at such points as seemed desirable. Bridges 
and bridge sites have been kept in good condition by painting of steelwork and 
trimming of canal banks at the bridge heads. All construction camp buildings 
and shops, with the exception of a few required for storage purposes, have been 
salvaged, and the areas graded and restored. 

Various studies of potential developments, storage sites and stream flow, 
for the streams throughout the Province, have been in progress and reports 
prepared. 

The completion of work which had required a large designing and drafting 
force in the department made necessary a substantial reduction in the staff. 
Among those released were a number of men who had been in the employ of the 
Commission for several years. These, together with those who remain, formed 
a well-organized and well-trained force, especially adapted to the requirements 
of the Commission. It is regrettable that circumstances require the release 
of so many men who, in various technical capacities and for long periods, have 
served the Hydro undertaking so faithfully. 



80 TWENTY-FIFTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE No. 26 



NIAGARA SYSTEM 

Queenston-Chippawa Development 

A new bridge, replacing the temporary timber structure where Queen 
street, in the village of Queenston, crosses the railway serving the power house 
at Queenston, was constructed of steel and concrete, in accordance with the 
original agreement with the township authorities, which provided that when 
the timber bridge had reached the end of its useful life a permanent structure 
should replace it. The approaches and sidewalks have been widened and 
protected by guard rails and fencing, and the area cleaned up and put in suitable 
condition. 

A new approach span has been built at the south end of the highway bridge 
crossing the Welland river in the village of Chippawa. The work involved a 
large amount of earth fill, the placing of rip-rap, the sodding and seeding of banks, 
and some tree planting. The appearance of the area affected has been greatly 
improved. This bridge and the work incidental thereto were inspected by the 
Department of Railways and Canals, and officially accepted. 

Inspection of and repairs to the ship channel gates at the main intake were 
completed, and the floating construction plant was overhauled, painted, repaired 
and placed in a convenient storage bay. 

Over the entire river area involved and also along the power canal, the 
banks have been strengthened both by rip-rap and by tree planting in places 
where these methods were applicable. 

Many of the bridges have been inspected, repainted and repaired, and the 
canal slopes in their immediate vicinity have been trimmed and rip-rapped; 
this work has greatly improved the appearance of the bridges. 

At the outlet end of the ice chute for the power house, repairs have been 
made to the concrete floor, which had been damaged by the erosive action of 
the water discharged at high velocity. 

The action of frost and disintegration generally had loosened much rock on 
the face of the cliff just north of the power house; this rock requires periodic 
scaling to prevent damage to the structures and tracks beneath, and the necessary 
work was undertaken and completed during the year. 

All old construction camps and shops have been salvaged and the areas 
graded and placed in good condition. Gunite and broken concrete from these 
operations have been placed on the canal banks at the bridge heads, to which 
reference was made in the foregoing. 



Ontario Power Station 

As at the Queenston station, the scaling of the cliff immediately above the 
power house became necessary. A gasoline crawler crane, travelling on the edge 
of the escarpment, provided the means to accomplish the work now nearing 
completion. 



1933 HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 81 




DECEW FALLS RESERVOIR 
Automatic gauge setting 



DeCew Falls Plant 

The Commission became involved in law suits in connection with flooding 
damages on the Beaverdams creek, east of the Welland ship canal. The suit 
was brought against the Dominion Government by parties whose lands had been 
flooded, and the Dominion Government caused the Dominion Power and Trans- 
mission Company and the Hydro-Electric Power Commission to be added to the 
suits as third parties. The Beaverdams creek enters the storage reservoir of 
the DeCew Falls development through a culvert under the Welland ship canal 
and channels excavated down-stream from the culvert. The Hydraulic depart- 
ment gave assistance to the Legal department in connection with these suits by 
surveys, collection of flow and water level data, and hydraulic studies. Judgment 
was in favour of the Commission and the Dominion Power and Transmission 
company, the flooding being considered due to causes other than their works. 

Attention has been given to various problems relating to measurement of 
water supply, water level and lands in connection with the reservoirs at the 
DeCew Falls plant. 

Chats Falls Development 

Work on this development has drawn rapidly to a close, the major part 
having been completed by the end of the fiscal year of 1931. The remaining 
features consisted largely of removal of cofferdams, completion of concrete work 
at points which did. not interfere with operation, completion of log slide, portage 
road, Chats lake improvement, and clearing to high water level. Early in this 
fiscal year, the tailrace cofferdam was removed, together with sections of other 
cofferdams and construction embankments. 

The training wall to the east of the log slide was completed, together with 
the log slide itself. Gaps left in bulkhead sections, through which trackage 
passed, were also concreted. The cofferdam and some rock barriers at the Chats 



82 



TWENTY-FIFTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 26 




CHATS FALLS POWER DEVELOPMENT— OTTAWA RIVER 
Headworks and gantry crane 



lake improvement work were all removed before the end of the calendar year 
1931. All clearing to high water level was done early in the year. Cribs and 
booms were in place by December 15, 1931, preparatory to raising the headwater 
level and to protect the station from floating timber and logs. Construction 
camps, shops, equipment and trackage have all been cleared away, and the 
contract with Morrow and Beatty was completed by August 31, 1932. Any 
minor work of construction is now being done by the Operating department. 

During the months of July and September, hydraulic tests were carried out 
on units 3, 4, 7 and 8, for the purpose of determining the capacity and efficiency 
of the equipment, and to rate the units in terms of water used. The quantity 
of water used by each unit at full gate under normal head is in excess of 6,000 
cubic feet per second. Accurate measurement of water in any plant with a 
layout similar to the Chats Falls development, involves difficulties that are 
accentuated in this case by the large quantities to be measured. The Gibson 
time-pressure method of measurement was applied, although the supply pipes 
were shorter than any others upon which the staff had worked by this method. 
Veiy consistent results were obtained. Computations and analyses of these 
results are proceeding at the present time. 



933 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



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Generator room from Ontario end 



84 TWENTY-FIFTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE No. 26 



GEORGIAN BAY SYSTEM 

Trethewey Falls 

Measurements and tests were carried out to determine accurately the 
capacity of the headpond for various elevations of water. 

A conference with the township officials was held in connection with taking 
over the roads built and diverted in consequence of the development at 
Trethewey Falls. 



EASTERN ONTARIO SYSTEM 



Hydraulic tests were carried out at the Heely Falls development on each 
of the three units, for the purpose of rating the plant. This plant is used as the 
key plant in rating the Trent river, the flow of the river being determined from 
measurements of the water passing through the turbines plus that passing over 
a weir in the main channel of the river. Tests for the same purpose as these 
were made ten years ago. It is interesting to note that the efficiency and capacity 
of the units have been well maintained. Meterings were also made at Trent 
bridge to supplement these tests. 

Auburn Plant 

An inspection of the canal at the Auburn development, in May, showed 
that the concrete lining had settled and cracked at certain points, and that the 
earth fill embankment had been eroded somewhat in these sections. Repairs 
were made by renewing the fill, replacing the rip-rap to protect the toe, and 
repairing the concrete canal lining and retaining wall with gunite. 



THUNDER BAY SYSTEM 



Cameron Falls Development 

Alterations were made in the governors on units 1 and 2 at the Cameron 
Falls development by the addition of dashpot by-pass valves. These units are 
equipped with governors of the same type as those upon which experiments 
were made at the Toronto Power plant, some years ago, by the application of 
the first of these valves. The device was later applied to some of the governors 
at the Queenston plant, with satisfactory results. The load on the Nipigon 
system is a type that requires close regulation, a condition that is effected to a 
greater extent than formerly by the addition of these valves. 



1933 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



85 




CHATS FALLS POWER DEVELOPMENT— OTTAWA RIVER 
Improvements in progress at outlet of Chats Lake 




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CHATS FALLS POWER DEVELOPMENT— OTTAWA RIVER 
Deschenes gauge well and shelter near Alexandria Island 



86 TWENTY-FIFTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE No. 26 

Alexander Development 

Improvements in regulation in the system were also secured by the addition 
of a permanent magnet generator on one unit at the Alexander development. 
The governor flyball heads at this development are driven electrically, and while 
the electric drive is superior in many respects to the mechanical drives in universal 
use some years ago, it is open to objection in many cases on account of cost or 
insufficient protection. Most of these objectionable features are overcome by 
what is known as the "permanent magnet drive." With this device the flyball 
motor is driven by power drawn from an auxiliary generator on the main generator 
shaft, in which permanent magnets provide the auxiliary generator field. Insta- 
bility, resulting from variations in the field current for the auxiliary generator, 
is eliminated. 

The painting of headgate hoists, turbines and pumps was completed during 
the year. Construction camp and shop buildings were taken down, and the 
areas graded and restored in a suitable manner. 

Field estimates and mapping of the proposed railway extension to Pine 
Portage have been completed. 

Inspection of the main earth dam revealed no appreciable evidence of 
leakage. 

The rock fill supporting the lower end of the log chute was inspected, and 
provision made to reduce the erosive effect of high-water discharge over the 
spillway. Record drawings for this development have been prepared. 

Water gauges at various points on the Nipigon river have been inspected 
and rechecked for elevation. 



NORTHERN ONTARIO SYSTEM 

Nipissing Development 

Drainage for the grade carrying the wood-stave pipe was improved during 
the year, to prevent undue settlement of pipe. 

New turbine runners have been designed for the units in this plant. They 
are approaching completion and will be installed in the near future. The new 
runners are of bronze, and will replace cast-iron runners installed about ten years 
ago. No change in turbine casings, supply pipes, or other equipment, is involved. 

Elliott Chute Development 

A conference was held with the township authorities regarding taking over 
the roads created and diverted by the development at Elliott chute. 

Abitibi Canyon Development 

This development is now in the receiver's hands, and certain necessary 
completion items are being carried out under the direction of the Commission's 
engineering staff acting for the receiver. 



1933 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



87 




ALEXANDER POWER DEVELOPMENT— NIPIGON RIVER 
Trimmed banks and walks, and dam slope to right of power hous; 




ALEXANDER POWER DEVELOPMENT— NIPIGON RIVER 
Generator room showing three units aggregating 54,000 horsepower 



88 



TWENTY-FIFTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 26 




ELLIOTT CHUTE DEVELOPMENT— SOUTH RIVER 
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HYDRAULIC INVESTIGATIONS 



Detailed estimates and studies have been completed covering the most 
economical method of adding to the power supply for the Georgian Bay system. 
Estimates were made of costs of developing power at Ragged rapids and at Bala 
on the Musquash river, and by increasing pipe-line capacities and the installation 
of an additional unit at Eugenia. Investigations were also made regarding the 
economy of obtaining an additional supply of power from the Niagara system 

Estimates have been prepared covering repairs to the dams on the Saugeen 
river at the Walkerton, Hanover and Southampton properties recently acquired 
by the Commission. 

Detailed estimates and reports were made on developments at dams Nos. 4 
and 5 on the Otonabee river, covering single- and double-stage developments. 

Estimates of cost of developing power on the Mississippi river at Appleton 
and Blakeney and at Arnprior on the Madawaska river were completed and 
reports prepared. 

Studies and estimates have continued for various schemes of development 
on the St. Lawrence river. 

The slackening of intensive work on engineering and design of developments 
under construction has permitted attention to be paid to some problems of 
engineering research of special value in connection with hydraulic structures. 
Particular attention has been paid to the collection and analysis of data on ice 
pressure on dams, and on the design of dams. 



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SECTION V 

ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING AND CONSTRUCTION 
(STATION SECTION) 

NIAGARA SYSTEM 
Generating and Switching Stations 

Generating Stations on the Niagara River — Additional relays are being 
installed on the generators at the Queenston generating station for the purpose 
of improving the stability of the system. Improvements were made in the 
heating system. 

Chats Falls Development — Construction work at the generating station 
of the Chats Falls development was carried to completion during the year and 
eight generators are now in operation. The first four were in service in 1931, 
and the last four were placed in service on October 1, 1932. 

Living accommodation for the operators was provided by the erection of 
six suitable houses about V/i miles from the development. The houses are 
equipped with coal-burning furnaces, water supply from an adjacent well, 
sewage disposal, and electric wiring and 'fixtures. The surrounding grounds 
were improved and the necessary roads constructed. 

Beauharnois and MacLaren Developments — As in the past year 
engineering conferences have been held in co-operation with the Beauharnois 
Light, Heat and Power Company and the MacLaren Corporation in reference 
to the design of their respective generating stations, in accordance with provisions 
in the power purchase contracts. Power was received from the Beauharnois 
development on October 20, 1932. 

Victoria Island Inter-switching Station — The three 2 20,000- volt 
current-transformers referred to last year were installed and the station is 
now complete. 

Transformer and Distributing Stations 

Chats Falls Transformer Station — Construction of the station which 
was briefly described in last year's Annual Report was completed during the 
year. The last two banks of transformers were placed in service on October 1, 



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No. 26 




CHATS FALLS TRANSFORMER STATION 

View of the 15,700 kv-a., 220,000-volt transformers 
A portion of the dam is seen in the background 



1932. During the year a third 220,000-volt circuit was connected into the 
station for the purpose of receiving power from the Beauharnois development. 

The power from the Beauharnois development passes through the busses 
in the station and is transmitted with the power from Chats Falls development 
to Toronto over the Commission's 220,000-volt circuits. One circuit is connected 
direct through to Toronto, while another circuit ties into one of the Paugan to 
Toronto lines at Victoria Island Inter-switching station. 

The station has a transformer capacity of 188,400-kv-a. in four banks, 
there being thirteen 15,700-kv-a., single-phase, water-cooled transformers 
including a spare unit. Nine 220,000-volt oil circuit-breakers provide the 
necessary switching for the transformer banks and transmission circuits. Remote 
control of all circuit-breakers and disconnecting-switches and remote meter 
indications are provided in the control room of the Chats Falls development. 
An extensive system of overhead ground wires is installed over all the equipment 
together with spillway-gaps at vital points for the purpose of protecting the 



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CHATS FALLS POWER DEVELOPMENT— OTTAWA RIVER 

Interior of generating station looking from the Quebec end, showing seven of the eight 

generators installed 



station equipment against high voltages due to lightning. The station is 
equipped with a very complete relay system which assures rapid clearance of 
equipment in case of faults. 

In order to check the functioning of this relay system, short-circuit tests 
were successfully applied to the 220,000-volt circuits under normal operating 
conditions. 



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Niagara District — At Niagara transformer station changes were made in 
the 110, 000- volt switching equipment. Two new oil circuit-breakers were 
purchased and installed outdoors on the high-voltage side of the transformer 
banks and improvements were made on two of the indoor breakers. Two of 
the older type 110, 000- volt lightning-arresters at this station were replaced by 
two modern units. The breakers which were removed were transferred to 
London transformer station. 

At Port Robinson, a new 450-kv-a. distributing station was erected adjacent 
to the Standard Steel Construction Company's plant. Three 150-kv-a. single- 
phase transformers were transferred from Exeter distributing station. The old 
station in the Company's plant was dismantled. 

At the Ontario Paper Company's plant at Thorold, the Commission under 
contract with the Company is installing a 67,500-kv-a. transformer station to 
enable the Company to utilize electric power in the manufacture of its process 
steam. 

A bank of three 22,500-kv-a. transformers with spare unit and three 
30,000-kw. electric steam generators comprising the main equipment have been 
purchased and will be ready for service early in 1933. The transformers will 
receive power from the 110, 000- volt lines and step it down to 6, 600- volts which 
will be the voltage on the electrodes. The generators are single-tank, three-phase 
units for operation at 200 lbs. steam pressure. 

Hamilton and Dundas District — At Dundas transformer station, high- 
speed relaying equipment was installed on four 110, 000- volt lines. This is similar 
to the equipment installed last year on the other 110,000-volt lines at this station. 

Three-phase, 4,000-volt metering equipment was installed at Jarvis. 
Lightning-arresters were installed on the 44,000-volt incoming line to Burlington 
distributing station. 

Toronto and York Districts — At Toronto-Leaside transformer station 
220,000-volt lightning-arresters were installed on the high- voltage side of No. 5 
and No. 6 banks of transformers. Equipment was also installed at this station 
for an additional 13,200-volt feeder to the Toronto Hydro- Electric System's 
Glengrove substation. 

Two new 110,000-volt oil circuit-breakers were purchased and installed on 
the high-voltage lines at Toronto-Strachan transformer station, replacing old 
lower-capacity breakers. One of the other line breakers was reinforced to increase 
the rupturing capacity. 

At New Toronto distributing station the 3,000-kv-a. transformer purchased 
last year was placed in service in May and the replaced 1,500-kv-a. unit stored 
at the station. Two 13,200-volt oil circuit-breakers were replaced by larger 
capacity breakers and equipment was installed for a third 2, 300- volt feeder. 
A chain-link fence was erected around the outdoor section of the station. 



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WEST HILL DISTRIBUTING STATION 



At West Hill a new semi-outdoor distributing station was erected and 
placed in service, using a bank of three 250-kv-a., single-phase transformers 
released from Islington distributing station. At the latter station the original 
bank was replaced by thiee new 500-kv-a., single-phase units. The capacity of 
Aurora distributing station was increased by the installation of a bank of three 
500-kv-a., single-phase transformers replacing the three 250-kv-a. units which 
were transferred into system reserve. At Richmond Hill distributing station 
additional oil circuit-breaker and feeder equipment was installed; and near the 
town of Agincourt metering equipment was installed to measure the power 
supplied to the Unionville area. 

London District — The work at London transformer station reported last 
year is completed and the equipment is in service. Two of the 110, 000- volt oil 
circuit-breakers in the lines were replaced by higher capacity breakers and 
110,000-volt potential-transformers and other necessary equipment was purchased 
and installed to give high-speed relay protection on the high-voltage lines. 

A semi-outdoor 750-kv-a. station known as London Trafalgar rural station 
was erected and placed in service during the year, three new 250-kv-a., single- 
phase transformers being transferred from system reserve for the installation. 
The capacity of Exeter distributing station was increased by the installation of 
a bank of three 250-kv-a., single-phase transformers replacing three 150-kv-a. 
units which were transferred to Port Robinson distributing station. 

Guelph District — Equipment for an additional 13,200-volt feeder was 
purchased and installed at Guelph transformer station to feed power to the 
Canadian Gypsum Company. Engineering assistance was given Guelph in the 



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purchase and installation of improved metering equipment. New equipment 
was installed for metering the Ontario Agricultural College load. 

Preston District — A metering station was installed immediately north of 
the Waterloo rural station to measure that portion of its load fed to the Preston 
rural district. 

Kitchener District — At Kitchener transformer station, No. 2 bank of 
three 2,500-kv-a., 110, 000- volt transformers was replaced by a bank of three 
5,000-kv-a. units and with the necessary changes in the switching equipment 
was placed in service in December, 1931. The replaced transformers were 
transferred to system reserve and stored at the station. High-speed relaying 
equipment was also installed on the high-voltage lines at this station. 

A metering station was installed immediately west of Waterloo rural station 
to measure that portion of the station load fed to Baden rural district. 

Stratford District — A new station known as Goderich rural station was 
erected south-east of Goderich to feed the rural district at 8,000-volts. Three 
75-kv-a., single-phase transformers obtained from system reserve were rebuilt 
for outdoor service and used for this installation. 

St. Marys District — At St. Marys transformer station three 13,200-volt 
oil circuit-breakers were replaced by higher capacity units and a transfer bus 
was installed. 

Woodstock District — At Woodstock transformer station a bank of three 
1,250-kv-a., single-phase transformers and a spare 2,500-kv-a. unit were installed. 
The former were placed in the space previously occupied by a 110, 000- volt line 
breaker. Two of the 1,250-kv-a. transformers were formerly held at the station 
as spare equipment while the other two units were obtained from system reserve. 
Two 110,000-volt line, oil circuit-breakers situated indoors and an electrolytic 
lightning-arrester were removed and the breakers replaced by two heavier 
capacity units which were installed outdoors. The indoor, 13,200-volt switching 
equipment and switchboard were replaced by more suitable equipment of larger 
capacity which was made electrically operated. The location of the control 
room was changed, the relay-protection was improved, new water circulating- 
pumps, an oil-filter and a storage-battery were installed and necessary changes 
were made in the building to accommodate them. The 4,000-volt, oil circuit- 
breakers in the feeders from the Woodstock rural station were replaced by 
electrically operated units and similar equipment for an additional feeder was 
installed. 

The capacity of Norwich distributing station was increased by the installation 
of a bank of three single-phase, 250-kv-a. transformers replacing three 150-kv-a. 
indoor units. The new transformers were purchased from Strathroy and rebuilt 
for outdoor service, while the replaced units were transferred to system reserve. 

At Embro distributing station equipment was installed for a 4,000-volt 
feeder to supply power to Ingersoll rural district. 

St. Thomas District — At St. Thomas transformer station six 110,000-volt 
potential-transformers and the necessary relays were purchased and installed 
for use in equipping the high-voltage lines with high-speed relay-protection. 



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95 




WOODSTOCK TRANSFORMER STATION 
Switching structures — 13,200 volts 



This equipment should be in service early next year. The 1 10, 000- volt oil circuit- 
breaker on the line to St. Clair transformer station was replaced by a higher 
capacity breaker transferred from the latter station. 

Brant District — At Brant transformer station an emergency bus was 
installed so that the spare 5,000-kv-a. transformer can be quickly switched into 
service in case of trouble to any of the present transformers in the bank. 

In the Cockshutt and Lome substations metering equipment was installed 
to measure the power supplied from the former Dominion Power and Transmission 
lines to the municipality of Brantford. 

Kent District — In Kent transformer station a 1,000 gallon capacity oil 
storage-tank with connections to the existing piping-system was installed. 

The Chatham municipal station was re-equipped with new 26,400-volt and 
4,000-volt oil circuit-breakers also new current and potential-transformers for 
use in metering and relaying from the high-voltage side. A storage-battery was 
purchased and installed to provide power for the electrical operation of the 
breakers, and the switchboard was moved to a new location in the building. 
An emergency 4,000-volt bus with the necessary conduit and control cable was 
installed, and the lighting system improved. 

Essex District^At Essex transformer station a 4,200 gallon capacity oil 
storage-tank was installed in the basement and connected up to the existing 
piping-system. 

St. Clair District — At St. Clair transformer station the 110, 000- volt oil 
circuit-breaker was removed and transferred to St. Thomas. A 26,400-volt oil 
circuit-breaker was installed on the low-voltage side of the transformer bank. 



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At Forest a new station was erected directly across the road from the old 
station and the three 150-kv-a. transformers which were formerly indoors were 
rebuilt and transferred to the new location outdoors. A bank of three 75-kv-a. 
transformers was purchased and installed on the Thedford and Arkona feeder 
for stepping the voltage up to 8,000 volts. The metering equipment for the 
latter two places was changed from 4,000 to 8,000 volt service. 

GEORGIAN BAY SYSTEM 

Severn District — Painswick distributing station was changed from 4,000 
to 8,000-volt service. Three 25-kv-a. transformers were replaced at Port 
McNicoll distributing station by three 50-kv-a. units. 

Eugenia District — In Walkerton generating station the switchboard 
equipment was replaced by more suitable equipment to enable this station to 
be synchronized to the 22,000-volt system without interrupting service. Two 
new 2,300-volt feeder equipments were installed to supply the town of Walkerton 
and Walkerton rural station. 

Walkerton rural station was erected outdoors on the generator station site 
to supply power to Bruce rural district at 4,000 volts. Three new 75-kv-a. 
transformers were purchased and the installation completed. Near Mildmay a 
metering station was installed to meter the load in that district. At Hepworth 
distributing station the two 50-kv-a. transformers were replaced by a new 100- 
kv-a. single-phase transformer. The replaced transformers were transferred to 
Callander. At Elmwood distributing station the three-phase, 50-kv-a. trans- 
former was replaced by a three-phase, 75-kv-a. unit obtained from system 
reserve. The replaced unit was transferred to system reserve. At Orangeville 
distributing station three 2 50-kv-a. transformers were purchased and installed, 
replacing three 150-kv-a. units which were transferred to Capreol municipal 
station. All the 22,000-volt switching equipment was moved outdoors and high- 
voltage lightning-arresters installed. At Berkeley, a single-phase, 50-kv-a., 
22,000-volt station was erected, a new transformer being purchased for the 
installation. At Dundalk distributing station lightning-arresters were installed 
on the 22,000-volt line. A metering station was installed to meter the rural load 
supplied from Port Elgin distributing station. 

The Hanover distributing station which formerly received power from the 
22,000-volt system was reconstructed to receive 4,000-volt power from the 
4, 600- volt bus in the frequency-changer station through a 4,600/4,000-volt bank 
of transformers. A bank of three new 500-kv-a., 4,600/2,400-volt transformers 
and spare unit with the necessary 4,000-volt switching equipment was purchased 
and installed for this purpose at the frequency-changer station. All the 22,000- 
volt equipment was removed, and the original 750-kv-a. transformer was 
transferred to system reserve. 

Wasdells District — At Wasdells rural station the bank of three 37.5-kv-a., 
single-phase transformers was replaced by a bank of three new 75-kv-a. trans- 
formers. The Georgina rural metering station was dismantled and Beaverton 
rural metering station installed to meter the power supplied to the Beaverton 
rural district. 

Muskoka District — An adequate office room with telephone facilities was 
installed in the South Falls generating station. Additional ground rods were 
installed and the 38, 000-volt neutral grounded. 



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97 




TORONTO-LEASIDE TRANSFORMER STATION 
220,000-volt lightning arresters on No. 6 transformer bank. 



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A 300-kv-a. outdoor station known as Falkenburg distributing station was 
installed north of Bracebridge. A bank of three new 100-kv-a. transformers 
was purchased together with the necessary switching and metering equipment. 

Bala District — A bank of three 75-kv-a., single-phase transformers was 
transferred from Walkerton transformer station and installed at Port Carling 
distributing station replacing six 15-kv-a. transformers which were transferred 
to system reserve. The capacity of the switching and metering equipment was 
correspondingly increased. 

EASTERN ONTARIO SYSTEM 

110,000-volt Transformer Stations — At Frontenac transformer station 
a spare 5,000-kv-a. transformer similar to the present units was purchased and 
installed. 

As the demand for three-phase power at Forfar distributing station is 
discontinued one of the 500-kv-a. transformers was removed from service and 
transferred into system reserve. 

Central Ontario District — At Dam No. 8 generating station the 44,000- 
volt neutral was grounded and the relay system augmented. At Fenelon Falls 
generating station a grounding bank of transformers was installed to provide 
grounded neutral service to Fenelon Falls rural power district. 

At Auburn switching station two 44,000-volt air-break switches were 
installed to tie in the new 44,000-volt circuit from Peterborough municipal 
station to the Auburn switching station bus or if necessary direct to the 44,000- 
volt line to Heely Falls generating station. 

At Oshawa distributing station additional metering and switching equipment 
was installed. A 4,000-volt feeder was installed in Whitby municipal station to 
supply power to Oshawa rural power district. A metering station was installed 
south of Lakefield distributing station to measure the load fed to the Lakefield 
rural power district. Belleville distributing station No. 2 was rearranged for 
4. 160- volt service instead of 2, 400- volt as formerly. 

At Colborne rural station two 50-kv-a., 2, 300/4, 600- volt transformers were 
purchased and installed to supply 8,000-volt power to Grafton and Castleton. 

At Omemee distributing station the bank of three 40-kv-a. transformers 
was replaced by three 50-kv-a. transformers obtained respectively from Balderson 
distributing station, Williamsburg distributing station and system reserve. 
The 40-kv-a. transformers were rebuilt into 75-kv-a. units and will be transferred 
to Maxville where a new distributing station is being erected. 

St. Lawrence District — At Cornwall transformer station equipment was 
installed to permit synchronizing operations on the 44,000-volt circuits. 

At Williamsburg distributing station the 50-kv-a. transformer was replaced 
by a 100-kv-a. unit obtained from system reserve. The replaced transformer was 
transferred to Omemee. An additional 2, 400- volt feeder and 44,000-volt 
lightning-arrester were also installed. 

Rideau District — At Perth distributing station a 750-kv-a., three-phase 
transformer transferred from Rideau transformer station was installed and 
placed in service. At Balderson distributing station the 50-kv-a. transformer 



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QUEENSTON-CHIPPAWA POWER DEVELOPMENT— NIAGARA RIVER 

View of the beautiful grounds adjacent to the forebay and screen house on the top of the 

Niagara escarpment 




CHATS FALLS POWER DEVELOPMENT— OTTAWA RIVER 

View of control room showing control and meter board 



100 TWENTY-FIFTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE No. 26 

was replaced by a 150-kv-a. unit obtained from system reserve. The replaced 
unit was transferred to Omemee. 

Madawaska District — Metering equipment was installed in the Braeside 
feeder at Arnprior distributing station. 

Ottawa District— A new 600-kv-a., 11, 000/8,000- volt station was installed 
on the site of the Ottawa transformer station replacing the Carlington distributing 
station (formerly known as Nepean rural station). The 200-kv-a. transformers 
in the latter station were reconnected from 2,300 to 11,000 volts and an 11,000- 
volt oil circuit-breaker obtained from system reserve. The new station is known 
as Ottawa rural station and supplies power to the rural district around Ottawa. 

THUNDER BAY SYSTEM 

Generating Stations on the Nipigon River — The remote control equip- 
ment for the operation of Alexander power development from Cameron Falls 
generating station was placed in service during the year. An incinerator was 
installed at Cameron Falls to provide for the disposal of all garbage from the 
operators' settlement. 

Transformer and Distributing Stations — For metering the load to the 
Port Arthur rural power district, metering equipment was purchased and 
installed on a pole structure. 

NORTHERN ONTARIO SYSTEM 

Nipissing District — At Nipissing generating station a permanent brick 
end-wall with concrete plinth was erected, replacing the original wooden wall. 
Improvements were made in the building to insure against flooding of the station 
and to provide safety features for the operators. The lighting system was 
improved, the old lightning-arresters were replaced by more modern type and 
changes were made in the switching and metering equipment. 

At Callander a 150-kv-a. outdoor station was erected to supply the Canadian 
Timber Company with power at 575-volts. Two 50-kv-a. transformers released 
from Hepworth distributing station and one obtained from system reserve were 
used for the installation. 

Sudbury District — A new 450-kv-a. outdoor station was erected for the 
municipality of Capreol, using three 150-kv-a. transformers released from 
Orangeville distributing station. 

Abitibi District — Co-operation with the Ontario Power Service Corporation 
in reference to engineering details in the design of its generating station at 
Abitibi Canyon was carried out in accordance with the provisions of the power 
contract. 

Patricia District — The ventilation of the generator and station at Ear 
Falls development was improved. 

ADMINISTRATION BUILDING 

Drawings and specifications were prepared in co-operation with Architects 
and Consultants for an eigh teen-storey Administration building adjacent to the 
present building at 190 University Avenue. Plans incorporating a structural 
steel frame, also an alternative design for a reinforced concrete frame were 
issued and request for tenders advertised on October 1. 



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SECTION VI 



TRANSMISSION, DISTRIBUTION AND RURAL SYSTEMS 



TRANSMISSION SYSTEMS 

The work carried on by the Commission's transmission section has been 
reduced to a minimum during the past year. The principal work completed was 
the construction of 100.16 miles of 220,000-volt, steel-tower line between the 
Quebec boundary, near the St. Lawrence river, and Chats Falls transformer 
station. 

The usual work in connection with the lower voltage, wood-pole lines has 
continued. This consists chiefly of rebuilding and restringing where lines have 
reached a point at which this is necessary. 

Progress is evident in the improvement of the Commission's telephone 
circuits, especially the longer lines, care being taken to closely co-ordinate the 
telephone lines with the power circuits where they parallel. 

Work has continued in keeping telephone and railway crossings throughout 
the systems strengthened in conformity with specifications of the Board of 
Railway Commissioners. 

The following synopsis relates to the work, under taken during the year. At 
the back of this report a map showing all power lines is included and relative 
data are tabulated in Appendix II. 

NIAGARA SYSTEM 

220,000-volt Lines 

Between a delivery point on the Ontario-Quebec boundary and Cumberland 
switching station, a distance of 54.75 miles, and between Cumberland switching 
station and Chats Falls transformer station, a distance of 45.41 miles, construction 
was completed of a single-circuit, 220,000-volt, steel-tower line. This line is 
similar to the other 220,000-volt lines built by the Commission and provides 
transmission facilities to take the first part of the Beauharnois contract. Cumber- 
land switching station is designed and located to form a junction point for a line 
which is being constructed from the MacLaren power sites on the Lievre river. 

110,000-volt Lines 

Absorber rods were added to 110,000-volt circuits between Allanburg and 
St. Thomas, 103.6 miles. These rods were designed to reduce as far as possible, 



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the damage which is being done to the conductors at suspension points, due to 
vibration. 

Service to Oakville was improved by utilizing one of the idle 90,000-volt 
circuits at 44,000 volts between Gages switching station and a point north of 
Oakville. Short stretches of new 44,000-volt line were built from this circuit to 
connect the stations at Burlington, Port Nelson, Bronte and Oakville. 

26,400-volt Lines 

At Harriston distributing station the old type of line switches were replaced 
by modern air-break switches. Between Stratford transformer station and 
Tavistock, 9.72 miles, the line was reconditioned; this work included the 
replacement of the No. 6 iron conductor with No. 6 steel-reinforced aluminum 
conductor and the removal of the ground cable. 

The 26,400-volt services out of Stratford transformer station toward 
Sebringville, consisting of 3 circuits of 3/0 steel-reinforced aluminum conductor 
and 2 telephone circuits, were revised so that the new length is 1.18 miles. The 
new lines were built on private right-of-way. The old line, 1.71 miles, which was 
on roadways, was removed. 

At Ridgetown junction and Prince Albert junction old type air-break 
switches were replaced by switches of a more modern design. Between Waterford 
junction and Port Dover junction, 6.79 miles of line were rebuilt, and between 
Brantford Sand and Gravel junction and Brantford municipal station, 3.5 miles 
of defective ground cable were replaced. 

Between Watford and Alvinston distributing stations, Watford junction 
and Watford distributing station, Wyoming junction and Watford junction, 
Forest junction and Wyoming junction, Foiest junction and Petrolia distributing 
station, Ontario Supply Company junction and Sarnia junction, guys were added 
in order to strengthen the lines. 

Between Watford junction and Forest distributing station, defective 
insulators and crossarms were replaced and the No. 6 iron conductor was replaced 
by No. 2 steel -reinforced aluminum. 

Other Lines 

Between Danforth junction and the new West Hill distributing station, 
7.25 miles of single-circuit, 13, 200- volt line were constructed. 

Old type switches were replaced by new at Dundas transformer station in 
conjunction with rearrangement of lines in the station yard. 

Between Dundas transformer station and Dundas municipal station, 1.5 
miles of double-circuit, 13,200-volt line were strengthened by the addition of 
guys and replacement of defective insulators. 

Between an existing 13,200-volt steel- tower line and Aberdeen station at 
Hamilton 0.5 mile of double-circuit, wood-pole line was built, using a power 
conductor of 4/0 copper. Connections were made to the new 13,200-volt 
Trafalgar rural station at London. 

Between Fergus junction and Elora, a portion of the 13,200-volt line was 
rebuilt and an entrance structure and connections were completed to accommodate 
the new station at Ontario Agricultural College at Guelph. 



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HYDRO 220,000-VOLT TRANSMISSION LINES 
Beauharnois line crossing over Gatineau line looking south-west 




HYDRO 220,000-VOLT TRANSMISSION LINES 
Beauharnois line looking east from tower 251 



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Between Woodstock transformer station and Norwich distributing station 
portions of the double-circuit 13,200-volt line were relocated on account of 
highway revisions. 

Between St. Thomas transformer station and Port Stanley distributing 
station 12.27 miles of ground cable were removed. This had become defective 
and created a hazard to the operation of the line. 

The extension of the Woodbridge single-circuit line to the location of the 
new distributing station was completed. 

GEORGIAN BAY SYSTEM 

Eugenia District 

Between Priceville distributing station and Hanover junction, 6 poles were 
moved in accordance with road straightening operations. 

Old type air-break switches were replaced by a modern type at Chatsworth 
and Durham distributing stations. 

Between Southampton generating station and Tolmie junction 12.25 miles 
of 11, 000- volt line were removed. This line formed part of a system purchased 
by the Commission and a better means of transmission was available. 

Between Hanover switching station and Hanover distributing station 0.56 
mile of 22,000-volt line was converted to 4,000-volt in order to serve this station 
more economically. 

Severn District 

Between Coldwater junction and Elmvale junction, 25 poles were moved 
from the north to the south side of the road to eliminate two objectionable 
telephone line crossings. 

Muskoka District 

A new line entrance structure was built and connection made to the new 
Falkenburg distributing station. 

EASTERN ONTARIO SYSTEM 

At the request of the township of Nepean two steel towers in the 110,000-volt 
line between Boundary junction and Ottawa junction were moved to private 
right-of-way. 

In accordance with the railway act the north side of leased railway property 
was fenced between the west side of Dawes road and the east side of Humbolt 
avenue in the vicinity northeast of Toronto. 

NORTHERN ONTARIO SYSTEM 

Sudbury District 

Between a point on the line to Capreol and a new municipal station at 
Capreol, 0.35 mile of 22,000-volt transmission line was built by the Commission 
for that municipality. 

In the vicinity of Waterfall 1.4 miles of 22,000-volt line were moved away 
from the Wanapetei river bank in order to eliminate the hazard created by spring 
flooding of the river. 

Nipissing District 

Between Nipissing generating station and Bingham Chute junction 1.02 
miles of 22,000-volt line were removed to a more suitable route on roadways. 



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HYDRO 220,000-VOLT TRANSMISSION LINES 

Beauharnois line terminal towers at Chats Falls 

(See also frontispiece) 



TELEPHONE LINES— ALL SYSTEMS 



A portion of the Gatineau circuit near the Ottawa river was retransposed 
so as to improve communication conditions over this line. 

Between Allanburg junction and Dundas transformer station in the township 
of Glanford the telephone line was relocated and the old conductor was replaced 
by No. 9 copper. 

Rearrangement of short stretches of the communication lines between 
Dundas and Brant, Brantford and Woodstock, London and St. Thomas 
transformer stations, were completed to accommodate rural power circuits. 

Between Brant Sand and Gravel junction and the L.E. & N. railway junction 
at Brantford, 4.65 miles of No. 10 copper-clad steel were replaced by No. 9 
copper conductor. 

Part of the telephone line between Cooksville and York transformer station 
was moved from roadways to the former T.N. P. right-of-way. This relocation 
was made, due to the construction of the third highway west from Toronto. 
The new portion, 3.10 miles, was strung with No. 6 steel-reinforced, aluminum 
conductor. 



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DISTRIBUTION LINES AND SYSTEMS 



In Appendix III is shown in tabular form the work carried on during the 
year ended October 31, 1932, by the Distribution section of the Electrical 
Engineering department. 

The Distribution section is responsible for the capital expenditure and 
engineering on all rural lines and, in general, on transmission lines which operate 
at a voltage of less than 13,200 volts. On request, engineering assistance is given 
to municipalities and outside companies. As a matter of expediency, the Distri- 
bution section does the engineering work involved in the erection of certain 
pole-type metering and transformer stations. 

During the past few years a large amount of study has been given to methods 
of lowering the resistance of ground electrodes as one means of reducing hazards 
to life and equipment. This is particularly applicable to rural lines where the 




RURAL ELECTRICAL SERVICE— TRANSFORM ER MOUNTINGS 

An interesting development of the past year is the use of a metal hanger bracket for transformer 

mounting to take the place of the wood crossarm previously used. The use of this bracket has 

resulted in cheaper transformer installations of more pleasing appearance. The pictures shown 

above illustrate the two methods of mounting a rural transformer. 



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RURAL. POWER DISTRICTS 

GROWTH IN CAPITAL INVESTMENT "MILES OF LINE "NUMBER OF CONSUMERS 


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aksence of water mains makes it difficult to obtain a ground connection of low- 
resistance. Tests have been made on the resistance of some 18,000 grounds and 
specifications for the necessary improvement have been issued in 44 rural power 
districts in which there are some 8,000 ground connections. Of these, some 
5,200 ground connections now meet the standard of 25 ohms or less. 

In order to obtain definite information as to the effects of the soil, seasonal 
weather conditions, types of electrodes and methods of treatment on ground 
terminal resistance, test stations have been installed near Toronto where periodic 
tests are being made. Four test stations were installed in different soils namely, 
sand, gravel, clay and rock. At each of these stations, twelve different terminals 
were installed. These terminals include driven rods and pipes and buried strip 
and mesh. Some of the terminals are treated with various salts. 

Weekly tests of the resistance of each terminal are made and it is anticipated 
that, at the end of a year's testing, the results obtained will materially assist 
in determining the most effective type of electrode to use in each class of soil. 

During the past year, standard specifications have been prepared covering 
the installation of that part of the consumers' service line between the Com- 
missions' line, which is usually on the highway, and the consumers' buildings. 
It is expected that this will lead to a higher standard of construction than has 
obtained in the past. 

A field inspection has been made of railway and telephone crossings on 
distribution feeder lines which have been in service since 1918, and the work of 
bringing these crossings up to a satisfactory condition is under way. 

During the past year this section has worked in conjunction with fuse 
manufacturers in the development of a universal fuse which can be used with 
all types of fused cutouts. This fuse is now being used and considerable 
improvement in operating conditions has been reported. 

When the first rural lines were constructed, the distribution voltage in general 
use was 4,000/2,300 volts which was satisfactory for the areas originally developed. 
The extension of rural lines into more sparsely settled districts made the use of 
higher voltages necessary for economical transmission of power. The use of 
8,000/4,600 volts, where necessary has proved satisfactory although, in the past 
year, developments on Manitoulin island and in the area east of Bracebridge in 
the Muskoka district involved distances beyond the economical limit of 
8,000/4,600 volts. In these districts, a distribution voltage of 12,000/6,900 
volts was used. 



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SECTION VII 



TESTING— RESEARCH— INSPECTION 



The report of the Testing and Inspection department is this year presented 
in a form somewhat different from that in which it has previously appeared. The 
material is classified according to the nature of the work rather than under the 
several divisions of the Department. This permits of a more concise statement 
of its activities. 

The Testing and Research Laboratories comprise the Electrical Laboratory, 
Engineering Materials Laboratory, Chemical Laboratory, Illumination Labra- 
tory, and the Photographic and Blue Print branches. The Approvals Laboratory 
is charged with the duty of administering the Rules and Regulations of the 
Commission governing electrical equipment. It is composed of a staff of labora- 
tory engineers and factory inspectors; the former are engaged almost entirely 
in making laboratory tests and the latter in making inspections in the factories 
and in the field. The Electrical Inspection division is responsible for the adminis- 
tration of the Rules and Regulations of the Commission governing electrical 
installation. It is organized in districts covering the entire Province, in each of 
which one or more inspectors are stationed. 

In the Testing and Research Laboratories, the routine testing has continued 
to increase during the year. The inspection of equipment purchased by the 
Commission has decreased materially especially during the latter part of the year. 
This decrease has synchronized with the completion of the Chats Falls generating 
station and transmission lines and of the Beauharnois and Abitibi transmission 
lines. 

The research projects under way are not fewer than in the previous year, 
and there is no reason why they should be since the necessity for investigation 
is not measured by the industrial situation but by the needs of the Commission 
in its operations. As a matter of fact the present situation, which has placed 
the Commission in possession of a large amount of surplus power, has given rise 
to one or more investigations of primary importance. 

The work of the Approvals Laboratory will be enlarged next year by reason 
of the withdrawal by Underwriters' Laboratories of its approval testing service 
respecting electrical equipment in Canada. This step will be taken by Under- 
writers' Laboratories on January 1, 1933, and is the result of the expressed desire 
on the part of Canadian manufacturers to have the approval testing and labelling 
of their product carried on by a Canadian laboratory. The Commission will 
co-operate with the Canadian Engineering Standards Association in this work 



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and in the preparation of specifications for the guidance of the Approvals 
Laboratory. Underwriters' Laboratories will also continue to co-operate, as in 
the past, with the Commission and with the Canadian Engineering Standards 
Association in the exchange of information and of standards. The principal 
products involved in this change are wire, cable and conduit. 

The revenue from fees in the Electrical Inspection division has decreased 
as was to be expected in view of the continued depression in the building industry. 



TESTING AND RESEARCH LABORATORIES 

The work of the Testing and Research Laboratories may be grouped into 
several classes, according to the purpose for which the desired information is to 
be used. In the first class are routine tests made on samples of materials or 
manufactured articles to determine whether or not they meet the specifications 
under which they were purchased. In the second class are investigations of new 
materials and processes with the view to check the claims made for them and 
to determine their applicability to the Commission's work. The third class 
includes tests to determine the causes of and remedies for difficulties that arise 
in the construction and operation of the Commission's properties, and investiga- 
tions to find improved methods or better materials, to eliminate operating hazards 
and to develop new uses for power. Some of these involve original research. 

Statistical and Routine Work 

During the year, the Electrical Laboratory made 16,027 tests, the Chemical 
Laboratory 1,497, the Engineering Materials Laboratory 1,762, and the Photo- 
metric Laboratory 17,483. The Blue-Printing branch completed 4,736 orders, 
and made from 13,126 tracings 93,100 prints of a total area of approximately 
300,000 sq. ft.; the Photographic branch completed 664 orders for developing, 
printing, enlargements, copying, lantern slides, etc., and the taking of pictures, 
both still and movie, in studio and field. The principal products involved in 
the tests made by the laboratories were insulating oils, linemen's rubber gloves, 
insulating blankets, wire and cable, electrical meters of all kinds, miscellaneous 
insulating materials, cement, concrete, transmission line materials, such as cable 
joints and suspensions and line hardware, lubricating oils, paints, metals of all 
kinds, luminous lighting units and automobile headlamps. 

These tests made demands upon all the testing equipment in the laboratory 
and upon the ingenuity of the staff in modifying equipment for particular uses 
and in devising new equipment when necessary. The volume of this work was 
approximately the same as that of last year. 

Inspection Work 

The volume of inspection work was well maintained for the first part of 
the year but was substantially less during the latter part owing to the completion 
of the different power developments that had been under construction. 

Transmission Line Materials 

Materials for transmission line construction necessitated a large amount of 
detailed inspection. Articles, such as bolts, cross arms, cross-arm braces, top 



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pins, brackets, galvanized guy wire and clamps, copper conductors, and other 
materials used for low-tension distribution lines are regularly inspected. Material 
used for high-tension lines such as tower steel, line conductors, line fittings, 
insulators are given careful attention. 

During the past year the Laboratory supervised the creosoting of some 6,200 
red pine and jack-pine poles. In such work it is necessary to know that the wood 
is properly seasoned, that the necessary absorption and penetration is obtained 
and that the creosote oil meets the requirements. In this particular work about 
77,000 gallons of creosote were used. 

Equipment 

The method followed in inspecting equipment for use on the Commission's 
power houses and stations has been explained in previous reports. This is very 
thorough and the aim in view is always to obtain the best possible material and 
workmanship. During the year, the department inspected five turbines of total 
capacity 330,000 h.p., 890 transformers of capacity 920,000 kv-a., 52 oil circuit- 
breakers of capacity 7,248,000 kv-a., 20 generators and motor-generator sets ot 
capacity 540,000 kv-a. These items of equipment were used in the plants 
constructed by the Commission or in those plants from which the Commission 
is to receive power under its contracts. 

Special Mention 

The inspection of welding has been given special attention. During the year, 
approximately 200 welded tanks for transformers, circuit breakers and oil storage 
were inspected. The welding of rotors, stator frames and generator bearing 
brackets was also carefully inspected. 

The department is required to make periodic inspections of all major concrete 
structures belonging to the Commission for the purpose of detecting incipient 
deterioration. During the year, several such inspections were made including 
the three generating stations and related structures at Niagara Falls, the nine 
plants of the Central Ontario system, those at Calabogie, Galetta, High Falls, 
and Wasdells Falls, and the dam at Eugenia. 



Research 

The classification of research work for the department is given in the intro- 
ductory paragraph above. It involves investigations in the electrical, physical 
and chemical field and deals with the properties of materials, phenomena in 
electrical circuits, remedial measures for observed phenomena and allied problems. 

New Methods and Materials 

It is essential that the Commission be kept fully informed of new develop- 
ments in materials and methods that might be useful to it. Work of this kind 
carried out during the year has related to methods of splicing wire and cable; 
mechanical clips for low-tension lines ; devices for fastening apparatus to concrete 
and masonry surfaces; linemen's climbers; paints claimed by their manufacturers 
to have special properties or to be superior to those in regular use; thermal 
insulation for steam boilers; clamps, vibration dampers and other line materials; 
strain insulators; welding rods, and cement having high early strength. 



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Investigation of Troubles 

This type of investigation is almost infinite in variety and the problems 
attacked often require considerable ingenuity in their solution. Among the 
problems of this type attacked during the past year, for which satisfactory 
solutions were obtained, may be mentioned the following: 

Brittleness in a new malleable iron suspension clamp was found to be 
due to galvanizing. 

The failure of nuts on bolts used on turbine runners at Queenston was 
found to be owing to the wrong composition of the metal used. 

Sixteen different deposits in insulating oil were examined to determine 
the cause and the remedy. 

Examination of several insulating oils found to be high in acid, led to 
recommendations that they be reconditioned or discarded. 

Comparative studies of mechanical clips used in low-tension line 
construction. 

Metallurgical examination of cast-steel rotor to determine the character 
of the metal in section in which defects appeared. 

Investigations Leading to Improvements in Methods or Materials 

The following studies were made in connection with problems submitted to 
the department: 

Metallurgical examination of metal parts involved in fatigue failures to 
determine to what extent the character of the metal was the cause. 

Studies of the prevalence of "ghosts" or ferrite segregations in large 
steel generator and turbine shafts. Thirty shafts were examined. 

The use of unannealed cold-headed tower bolts. They were found to 
be satisfactory if the material used was properly processed and carefully 
tested. 

Comparative studies of the different grades of material used in making 
steel window sash to determine their resistance to corrosion. 

Elimination of defects occurring in transmission tower steel galvanized 
by the hot-dipped process. The cause of these defects has not been completely 
determined but improvement has been made in the quality of the zinc 
coating. 

Studies in co-operation with the Transmission section, of the fatigue of 
conductor and ground-wire cables in service owing to vibration. This 
involved the examination of a number of cables which had failed in service. 
Similar attention has been given to improvement in the quality of galvanized 
ground-wire cable. 

The use of old steel rails as a substitute for wooden poles on low-tension 
lines. The rails were tested for stability when set in earth, crushed rock and 
in concrete. Measurements were made of the deflection of the rails with 
different loads applied at their tops. 

Development, in co-operation with the Municipal department, of a 
suitable metal for grain choppers. 

The effect of temperature on the life of different insulating materials. 

Methods of protecting steel tower footings at and below ground level. 



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SAMPLES OF FAILURE OF MACHINERY ENAMEL OF 

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Wood Poles 

A great deal of attention has been given of late to the decay of wooden 
poles in service. Three years ago a testing ground was established north of 
Barrie and some sixty poles were placed under test. These poles were of different 
kinds of wood, some untreated and others treated in various ways. Already 
valuable data are being obtained from these tests and this year a second test 
ground was established nearer Toronto in a different kind of soil. Besides these 
tests, data are being gathered on the performance in service of different kinds of 
poles variously treated. 

Out of this work has arisen a need for detailed information on the properties 
of different kinds of wood, the methods and materials used in preserving timber, 
the mechanical testing of wood and a classification of soils that could be used 
in the field inspection of poles. A study of available literature covering all of 
these points has been made and reports prepared. 



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As a corollary of this work assistance has been given the Operating depart- 
ment in developing a method of stubbing poles that would eliminate the present 
unsightly wooden stub. Various schemes have been investigated and the most 
promising of these is now being tried out under service conditions. 

Insulating Oils 

A most important problem that has been given a great deal of study over a 
period of years is the reconditioning of insulating oil that has deteriorated to a 
point where it is uneconomical or hazardous to continue it in service. Commercial 
methods of reconditioning have been found unsatisfactory when applied to 
insulating oils and a method of refining has been worked out in the Laboratory 
and successfully applied in the treatment of several thousand gallons of old oil. 
The reconditioned oil meets the most rigid tests for a high-grade insulating oil 
and there now remains the problem of developing an economical and efficient 
unit for carrying out the process in the field that will be compact and portable 
and have the necessary capacity. 

Paint 

During the year, 156 paints of all kinds were examined. Some of these were 
samples from purchases, tested to see if they were of the quality specified, and 
some were new products never previously investigated. A large number consisted 
of groups of similar paints of different manufacture tested comparatively to 
determine their usefulness for certain types of service. 

A number of field inspections of structures painted in past years has been 
made to correlate Laboratory tests with field service, also of structures which 
were to be repainted, to permit the formulation of recommendations to those in 
charge of the work as to the most suitable methods and materials. An analysis 
has been made of both field and laboratory data obtained during the past few 
years in painting towers as a guide in selecting the paints to be used in the 
extensive painting of towers carried out this past year. During the year also, 
the Laboratories, in co-operation with the different departments using paint, 
have completed a revision of the standard colour card which is now being used. 

Head Office Extension 

A number of investigations have been carried out in connection with the 
development of the plans and specifications for the proposed head office extension, 
as follows: 

Determination of the proportions required to give a concrete weighing 
80 lb. per cu. ft. and having a 28-day strength of 600 lb. per sq. in. or better. 
This involved a study of light-weight aggregates and their practical use in 
construction. The work has cleared up several difficulties previously experienced 
in handling this type of concrete and provided data from which light-weight 
concrete of varying properties may be designed. 

Consideration of the causes of staining in building stone and the precautions 
to be taken to overcome this trouble, particularly the tests necessary to detect 
those materials liable to cause staining. Comparative tests were made on a 
number of portland cements and limes to determine their tendency to stain. 

Data has been gathered on the deterioration of different types of available 
building stone under local climatic conditions. 



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APPARATUS FOR DETERMINING THE PERMEABILITY OF CONCRETE MIXTURES 

Concrete Laboratory 



Concrete 

The principal investigations in this field have been as follows: 

The effect of percolating water on the integrity of concrete: — Water under 
pressure has been continuously passed through a group of concrete specimens 
for about eight months and the kind and quantity of the substances dissolved 
therefrom determined in the hope that the data obtained will shed light on the 
rotting of concrete by percolating water. 

A study of the probable variations in compressive strength of concrete as 
they occur on different jobs: — This study is to be used to assist the Commission's 
engineers in revising the present classification for concrete and determining the 
proper factors of safety in the design of mixtures and the setting of working 
stresses. The results of over 13,000 tests were analyzed in this study. A report 
on one phase of this work has been completed and another is in preparation. 

The use of artificial sand in concrete where natural sand is not readily 
available: — The preparation of the different artificial sands has required a great 
deal of time owing to the necessity of screening all materials into nine different 
sizes in order to control the gradings of the aggregates used in the tests. About 
six tons of fine aggregate and seven tons of coarse aggregate have been crushed 
and screened, and are ready to use. 



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SODIUM SULPHATE TEST FOR SOUNDNESS OF CONCRETE AGGREGATE 

Concrete Laboratory 

Left: Sample before treatment. Right: Same material after treatment, showing 

complete disintegration 

The advisability of using certain admixtures to increase the workability of 
lean concrete mixtures: — Several admixtures were considered, all of which 
increased the workability to some extent, but only one was found which was 
more helpful in this respect than would be the cement that could be added for 
the same cost. 

The properties of concrete made with high early strength cement: — A 
limited investigation designed to show the possibilities of this class of cement in 
the work of the Commission and to give information that will permit comparisons 
between the cost of obtaining certain special results either with high early 
strength or standard portland cements. 

Interference with Wired Lines and Radio Communication 

Well-directed effort has been applied to problems involving interference 
caused by slight disturbances on power systems, upon adjacent wired communi- 
cation circuits, and also with radio reception from broad-casting stations. The 
demands made on the performance of power system equipment become more 
and more exacting with extension of power and communication systems in order 
that inconvenience and possibly more serious consequences may not ensue to 
telephone users. Equipment which operates quite satisfactorily for power 
purposes may prove quite troublesome in its effects on extensions of either power 
or communication services or both. A number of cases are being dealt with 
which require special treatment and the technical resources of the staff and 
equipment are called upon in the treatment of these problems. 

Resuscitation 

Previous work on resuscitation which had been done at the University of 
Toronto was continued during the past year under the direction of the Accident 
Prevention department. A member of the Laboratory staff was assigned to 



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assist in electrical matters during experimental work carried on at the Banting 
Institute. It is expected that the results of this work will be made public and 
be found to have considerable value in problems relating to electric shock and 
recovery of patients therefrom. 

Oscillographic Studies 

The oscillograph takes a very important part in investigations relating to 
electrical conditions in circuits and equipment. Tests have been made whereby 
its use was extended to the study of variable mechanical stresses and it is expected 
that auxilliary devices will be developed which will facilitate more exact study of 
stresses in materials and accelerating forces. 







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Illustrating use of the oscillograph in analyzing conditions in electric circuits 



Communication 

Methods of communication between remote points on the systems for 
operating convenience have been reviewed, and tests were made on certain lines 
in co-operation with the Engineering department tending toward the installation 
of more modern and economical equipment. 

Hazards to Life and Property 

Several problems involving hazards to life and property have been dealt with 
during the year and field tests made to verify or disprove opinions based only on 
theory. For example, how much leakage current can be tolerated through a 
switch-stick before it becomes hazardous to an operator? Why should lines, 
considered to be absolutely dead, be well grounded before being worked upon? 



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Miscellaneous 

New Equipment 

Major items of new equipment acquired during the past year are the 
following: 

A binocular microscope, — an instrument purchased primarily for the 
examination of defects in metals, but which is used daily for many other 
purposes. 

A Bomb calorimeter for calorific determinations on fuels. 

A Burgess turbidemeter for sulphur determinations. 

A 12-unit apparatus for testing the permeability of concrete. This 
includes an automatic air-compressor unit which also supplies compressed 
air to other parts of the Laboratory. 

The moist room used for the curing of cement and concrete specimens 
has been modernized by the installation of atomizer fog-sprays and an 
improved temperature regulation. The room can now be kept continuously 
at a relative humidity of over 95 and within a temperature range of 5 deg. 
Fahr. 

A machine has been installed in the Approvals Laboratory for testing 
the durability of flexible cords for household appliances. 

Standardization 

The department has continued to co-operate with the Canadian Engineering 
Standards Association and other standardizing and scientific organizations 
although to a lesser extent than in previous years. Those standardization projects 
which are most active at the present time are concerned with the Canadian 
Electrical Code. A Special Committee is now preparing a revised draft for the next 
edition of the Code which it is hoped will appear in 1933. The preparation of 
Part II of the Code, which includes specifications for the approval testing of 
electrical equipment is being pressed forward vigorously. The department is 
represented on the Committees engaged in this work. 

The department has also assisted in Committee work in connection with 
Part III of the Code which includes standards for outside wiring. Assistance 
has also been rendered to the Canadian Engineering Standards Association in 
the formulation of standards for meters. The department is also represented on 
several Committees of the National Research Council dealing with meters and 
with other subjects. 

Lighting Service 

The Illumination Laboratory, during the year, submitted sixteen reports 
under the lighting service plan which has been followed for several years. 
Requests for these reports come from a relatively small number of municipalities 
which indicates that there is a large opportunity not fully seized by the 
municipalities in making use of this service which is available to them. 

Lamps 

The efficiencies of the Hydro multiple lamps have been increased. Specifi- 
cations for series lamps have been entirely revised including a change in the 
system of rating. These revisions were made as a result of experience during 
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MACHINE FOR TESTING FLEXIBLE CORDS 
Approvals Laboratory 

APPROVALS LABORATORY 



Motor operated devices were responsible for the largest number of approval 
applications. In this class are included small portable motors, washers, vacuum 
cleaners, fans, etc., blowers for coal furnaces, refrigerators, oil burners, and 
electric clocks. Heating devices come next in order. 



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Statistical 

The following table contains a summary of the testing and inspection work 
carried on by the Approvals Laboratory during the past three years: 

1930 1931 1932 

Applications for approval 706 797 660 

Special approval tests (Note 1) 32 127 178 

Listing (Note 2) 168 105 52 

Factory inspections 2,005 2,291 (Note 3) 

Factory inspection reports 3,120 3,039 (Note 3) 

Labels sold 635,493 631,543 696,100 (Note 4) 

Note 1 : Special approval tests include those made, usually at the request of the Electrical 
Inspection department, on installations of unapproved apparatus in connection with which the 
manufacturer does not desire to obtain the regular listing on account of the small number of 
items sold. 

Note 2: This item includes products which have been approved and listed by Underwriters' 
Laboratories of United States and have been accepted by the Commission as satisfactory without 
further approval test. A considerable decrease in 1932 will be noted. 

Note 3: The number of factories visited increased during the year, but these were visited on 
a reduced schedule; consequently the number of inspection reports has decreased. 

Note 4: There was an increase in the number of labels sold during 1932. This was'caused by 
the issuance of five new types of labels. Of the types in use before November 1, 1931, the sale 
decreased by more than 23 per cent in 1932. 

Owing to the change in the method of handling radio devices, the number 
of tests made in the Laboratory decreased in comparison with last year. This 
was one of the objects of the arrangement reached with the Radio Manufacturers' 
Association, which has worked out to the satisfaction of all concerned. 

Specifications 

As stated elsewhere in the report, the Commission is co-operating with the 
Canadian Engineering Standards Association in the preparation of specifications 
under Part II of the Canadian Electrical Code. These specifications will replace 
and supplement those previously issued by the Commission. In accordance with 
the procedure adopted the original draft of the specifications is prepared in the 
Laboratories and is forwarded to the Canadian Engineering Standards Associa- 
tion. It is then circulated to the various members of the Panel of the Canadian 
Engineering Standards Association on Part II of the Canadian Electrical Code, 
to manufacturers interested, to inspection authorities and others. After com- 
ments have been received a meeting of the Panel is called at which a full discussion 
is held and an effort made to reach agreement. When agreement has finally 
been reached the specification is approved by the Canadian Engineering Standards 
Association and is published. It is adopted by the Commission and used by the 
Approvals Laboratory in connection with the particular product covered by the 
specification. 

Two important specifications have been published during the past year. 
One on ' 'General Requirements" includes a list of definitions and general clauses 
common to all specifications. A specification for 'Tower-Operated Radio 
Devices" has also been issued. Other specifications in the course of preparation 
include: Electric Signs; Electrical Equipment for Oil-Burning Apparatus; 
Enclosed Switches; Service Entrance and Branch Circuit Breakers; Electric 
Clocks; Portable Displays and Incandescent Lamp Signs; Condensers; Electric 
Fixtures; Electric Floor Scrubbing and Polishing Machines; Fractional Horse- 



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power Motors; Electric Heating Pads; Portable Lighting Devices; Transformers 
for Luminous Tube Signs; Electric Tools; Outlet Boxes; Industrial Control 
Equipment; Carbon Arc Lamps for Therapeutic Use; Soldering Lugs. 

New Business During 1932 

Many United States manufacturers of appliances have established branch 
factories in Canada and have applied for approval service. Particularly — hair- 
dressing equipment, refrigerators, oil burners and wiring devices. 

The desire to use cheaper fuel for heating of domestic and business premises 
has resulted in largely increased sales of motor-driven blowers and stokers for 
forced draft use on furnaces. As these are usually installed in basements having 
floors of a more or less conductive nature it is necessary that they be free from 
electrical hazard and properly grounded. It was, therefore, considered essential 
that electrical connection to the motor must be made only by armoured cable or 
conduit. Certain mechanical hazards were also found in the more cheaply 
constructed blowers. In order to insure a minimum approved standard of 
construction the Electrical Inspection department has required that all such 
blowers shall be approved and listed thus resulting in much new work in this 
section of the Laboratory. 

A problem has been created in Ontario by the dumping of large quantities 
of second-hand motors mostly of types used on washing machines, oil burners, 
etc., and of second-hand bell-ringing and toy transformers from the Niagara- 
Buffalo district where 25-cycle current is being changed to 60 cycle. In many 
cases, these devices have been resold without proper overhauling and inspection 
by dealers not equipped to make the necessary tests. The Laboratory has issued 
specification requirements for certain types of this equipment and is preparng 
specifications for other types. 

Substandard Water Heaters 

It was hoped that the effect of the general distribution in 1931 of the warning 
notice regarding the sale of substandard water heaters would be quite effective 
in checking their distribution in Ontario for some considerable time, but early 
in 1932 it was seen that still more active measures would be required. 

The co-operation of the Customs officers was obtained not only in Toronto 
but in some of the other border districts with the result that many persons who 
were importing in ignorance were warned before clearing the appliances. How- 
ever, the active advertising campaign carried on by manufacturers of these 
devices in the United States rendered it necessary to do even more than this. 
Consequently, another warning circular was prepared for broadcasting throughout 
the Province and copies were distributed. It was also sent to all known manu- 
facturers of water heaters of doubtful design and to other inspection authorities 
throughout Canada. In Ontario the distribution of the circular was assigned to 
electrical inspectors and in Hydro municipalities to the local managers. 

It is believed that this propaganda has now effectively stopped the importa- 
tion into Canada of practically all of those substandard types of portable water 
heaters in which the heating element is directly in contact with the water. 
There are of course a number of approved designs of stationary water heaters 
of this type, but in this case protection to the user is, of course, obtained by 
definite grounding of the non-current-carrying metal parts. 



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No. 26 



ELECTRICAL INSPECTION DEPARTMENT 

The functions of the Electrical Inspection Department were described in 
the Twentieth and Twenty-fourth Annual Reports and need not be repeated. 
It will be appreciated that the volume of work handled is governed to a large 
extent by the amount of building construction carried on throughout the Province, 
the value of which was, in 1930 $116,203,200, in 1931 $85,087,900 and in 1932 
$38,488,900. 

The number of paid applications for inspection received amounted to 
76,171, a decrease of 15 per cent from 1931. 

A total of 153,895 inspections was made, a decrease of 13 per cent from the 
previous fiscal year. 

The accompanying graphs will allow a complete visualization of the number 
of permits issued and inspections made in 1930, 1931 and in 1932. 



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Fires 

Many fires are reported each year, by the newspapers throughout the 
Province, as having been caused by defective electric wiring. In a number of 
instances the electric wiring has been found to be so badly damaged that it is 
impossible to state, with any degree of certainty, whether or not the source of 
the fire had been in the electrical installation. 

The fires referred to below, 20 in all, which were among those reported as 
having their origin in defective wiring, have all been definitely traced to electric 
wiring or to electrical apparatus. The individual causes have been classified as 
follows; — 

8 — Flexible cord, overfused. 

5 — Armoured cable. 

1 — Joints in service conduit. 

1 — Grounding of 4,400-volt secondary. 

1 — Defective thermostat in warming pad. 

1 — 2-Plate stove fed from drop cord. 

1 — Electric iron left on at night in tailoring shop. 

1 — Knob and tube wiring brought through metal plate without proper 

insulation. 
1 — Cover removed from vapor-proof switch in gasoline pump. 

Forty per cent of the fires attributed to electric wiring were caused by 
flexible cord extensions which were found, upon investigation, to be overfused; 
twenty-five per cent were found to have originated in defective armoured cable, 
the metallic sheating of which, on account of its high resistance, failed to open the 
circuit fuses. The short circuited current, returning to ground, generated 
sufficient heat in the cable armour to ignite adjacent flammable material. 

Infractions of Regulations 

Eighty three persons and companies were prosecuted for various infractions 
of the Rules and Regulations. The majority were charged with having installed 
electric wiring or apparatus without first having obtained a permit to do so and 
for refusing or neglecting to remedy defects in electric wiring installed by them. 
Fines amounting to $660 were imposed, along with a number of suspended 
sentences. 

Grounds on Rural Installations 

During the past year the department made 3,824 tests to determine the 
conductivity of neutral and service equipment grounds on rural installations. 
The readings taken have given the department a knowledge of the ground 
protection on each rural installation prior to it being connected to the supply 
lines. All ground readings together with soil and weather conditions and the 
type of ground used are turned over to the Engineering Department and to the 
Commission's Laboratory for study with a view towards improving the grounding 
methods now in use. 

As in previous years, the routine work of inspecting the older and more 
obsolete type of installation has been carried out. As can be expected, consumers 
are much more difficult to approach with suggestions to improve the conditions 
in their electrical installations than in previous years. 

In all, 2,637 installations were overhauled or rewired at a cost of approxi- 
mated S S130,912. 



124 TWENTY-FIFTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE No. 26 



SECTION VIII 

ELECTRIC RAILWAYS 

THE SANDWICH, WINDSOR AND AMHERSTBURG 
RAILWAY COMPANY 



The revenues of the Sandwich, Windsor and Amherstburg Railway have 
been seriously affected by the continued industrial depression. The fact that 
the Border Cities municipalities are dependent principally on the automotive 
industry (which is one of the major industries whose production has been very 
seriously curtailed) has been one of the chief causes of the revenue decreases. 

The railway in recent years has depended to a large extent on the daily 
travel of the artisan for its revenue. The lack of employment, the curtailing of 
commuters between Detroit and Windsor, and the reduction in population 
caused by the depression, are also factors in the reduced riding habit. 



Operation 

In 1932 the gross earnings were $568,452 as compared with $726,044 in 
1931, a decrease of $157,592. The 1932 operating expenses were $564,692 as 
compared with $732,184 in 1931, a decrease of $167,492. Net earnings were 
$3,759 as compared with a deficit of $6,140 in 1931. 

The adjustment of the 1931 power bill was made too late to include in the 
1931 report and the amount — $9,885 has been credited to 1932 operating 
expenses. Similarly, the 1932 adjustment has not been made at this writing. 

The operation of local service on Howard avenue was taken over on 
September 16, 1932, after the closing down of the Windsor, Essex and Lake 
Shore Railway. 

The continuance of the industrial depression is reflected in the earnings 
of the railway, which are the lowest since 1922. Operating expenses are the 
lowest since 1923. 

The accompanying chart indicates the record of the railway for the past 
five years. 



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The mileage operated by the various types of cars during the year is as 
follows: — double truck, air brake, two-man cars, 1,546 car miles; interurban 
cars 469,736 car miles; single truck safety cars 470,920 car miles; double truck 
safety cars 1,389,835 car miles; express cars 11,260 car miles; service cars 12,398 
car miles; buses 3,392 bus miles; total 2,359,087 car and bus miles. 

SANDWICH, WINDSOR AND AMHERSTBURG RAILWAY 

Operating Statistics, 1932 

Route-miles: 

City trolley 24.81 

Amherstburg interurban 13 . 54 

Tecumseh interurban 5.34 

Total route-miles 43 . 69 

Passenger and freight car-miles operated 2,346,689 

Passenger and freight car-hours operated 230,383 

Passengers carried 9,348,207 

Percentage of transfer passengers to revenue passengers 20 . 29% 

Passenger cars operated 60 

Passenger buses operated 2 

Passengers carried per route-'mile 213,966 

Passengers carried per car-mile 4.0 

Passengers carried per car-hour 40 . 5 

Average mileage per car operated 38,867 

Average mileage per bus operated 1 ,696 

Average passengers per car operated 155,768 

Average passengers per bus operated 107 

Freight tonnage carried 955 

Accidents 277 of which 195 were automobile accidents. 

Accidents per 100,000 car miles: 11 . 268. 



THE WINDSOR, ESSEX AND LAKE SHORE RAILWAY 



After considerable investigation and discussion, the discontinuance of 
operation of the Windsor, Essex and Lake Shore Railway was decided upon 
and the Windsor, Essex and Lake Shore Railway Association, which controlled 
the line, notified the Hydro-Electric Power Commission that the operation of 
the railway was to be discontinued on September 15, 1932. Arrangements 
were made with this end in view, and the operation of the railway was discontinued 
on this date. 

The diamond crossings on the Michigan Central Railroad and the Pere- 
Marquette Railway at various points were removed and the equipment was 
stored in the car house at Windsor. 

The portion of the railway on Howard avenue between Erie avenue and 
the Devonshire racetrack was leased to the Sandwich, Windsor and Amherstburg 
Railway. 

The future of the railway has not as yet been decided upon definitely. 

Operation 

For the ten and one-half months of 1931-32 during which the road operated, 
the revenue was $116,272, as compared with $166,713 for the full year 1931. 
Operating expenses were $151,581 as compared with $202,546 for the year 1931. 



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Operating Statistics, 1932 

Route-miles 39 . 747 

Track-miles 45 . 802 

Passenger cars operated , 5 

Passenger car-miles operated 374,842 

Bus-miles operated 7,042 

Freight locomotive miles 40,289 

Express car-miles 487 

Passenger car-hours operated • 28,218 

Passenger bus-hours operated 661 

Revenue passengers carried 571,040 

Transfer passengers carried 88,249 

Free passengers carried 8,561 

Total passengers carried 667,830 

Percentage of transfer passengers to revenue passengers, local lines 19.68 

Freight motor-cars operated 2 

Freight motor-hours operated 4,277 

Total passenger and freight car-miles operated 422,650 

Accidents, 38. 

Accidents per 100,000 car-miles, 8.9 in 1932; 12.5 in 1931; 21 in 1930. 

GUELPH DISTRICT RAILWAY 

Operation 

The operating revenue for the Guelph District Railways for 1932 was 
$65,595 as compared with $77,532 in 1931. The operating expenses for the year 
1932 were $73,380 as compared with $78,284 in 1931. Taxes were $354 as 
compared with $363 in 1931. The net operating shortage for the year 1932 
was $7,784 as compared with $752 in 1931. The interest and debenture payments 
were $25,588 as compared with $26,954 in 1931. Sinking fund requirements 
in 1932 were $3,159 as compared with $1,580 in 1931. Nothing was set aside 
for renewals. The deficit for 1932 was $36,885 as compared with $29,649 in 1931. 

Included in the above deficit is $7,987 which has been set aside for amortizing 
the original value of the railway line previous to the transfer of this road to 
the Hydro-Electric Power Commission; and also an interest charge $3,713. 

The freight earnings for the year 1932 were $10,506 as compared with 
$10,484 in 1931. The passenger earnings were $54,373 as compared with $64,369 
in 1931. 

GUELPH DISTRICT RAILWAY 

Operating Statistics, 1931 

Route-miles: 

Trolley 6.41 

Bus 5.99 

Total route-miles 1 2 . 40 

Track-miles 9 . 06 

Passenger cars operated 7 

Buses operated 4 

Passenger car-miles operated 231,223 

Bus-miles operated 94,099 

Freight locomotive miles 10,391 

Passenger car-hours operated 28,344 

Passenger bus-hours operated 14,077 

Revenue passengers carried 944,741 

Transfer passengers carried 241,004 

Free passengers carried 1,165 

Total passengers carried 1,186,910 

Percentage of transfer passengers to revenue passengers 25 . 5 

Freight motor cars operated .-. 1 

Freight motor-hours operated 2,362 

Total passenger, freight and service car-miles operated 336,055 

Accidents: — twenty, of which sixteen were due to automobiles. 

Accidents per 100,000 car-miles— 1927, 8.24; 1928, 4.25; 1929, 12.3; 1930,7.2; 1931,4.45; 
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SECTION IX 



FINANCIAL STATEMENTS 

Relating to Properties Operated by The Hydro-Electric Power 
Commission on Behalf of Municipalities 

The following explanatory statement is submitted with a view to affording 
a satisfactory understanding of the manner in which the various operations of 
the Hydro-Electric Power Commission of Ontario are conducted and financed 
and thus contributing to the interest of those concerned either directly or 
indirectly with the work of the Commission. 

The "Hydro" electrical undertaking of Ontario is an organization of a large 
number of partner municipalities co-ordinated into groups or systems for securing 
common action with respect to power supplies, through the medium of the 
Hydro-Electric Power Commission which under the Power Commission Act 
functions as their trustee. The undertaking as a whole, embracing all the 
operations from the provision of the power down to its final delivery to the 
ultimate consumer, involves two distinct phases of operations. 

The first phase of operations is the provision of the electrical power — either 
by generation or purchase — and its transformation, transmission and delivery 
in wholesale quantities to individual municipal utilities, to large industrial 
consumers, and to rural power districts. This phase of the operations is 
performed by the Hydro-Electric Power Commission of Ontario as trustee for 
the municipalities acting collectively in groups or "systems," and the financial 
statements relating to these collective activities of the municipalities are 
presented in this section of the Annual Report. 

The second phase of operations is the retail distribution of electrical energy 
to consumers within the limits of the areas served by the various municipal 
utilities and rural power districts. In the case of rural power districts, which 
usually embrace within their confines portions of more than one township, the 
Hydro-Electric Power Commission not only provides the power at wholesale, but 
also — on behalf of the respective individual townships — attends to all physical 
and financial operations connected with the distribution of energy at retail to 
the consumers within the rural power districts.* The financial statements 
relating to the rural power districts are also presented in this section of the 
report. In the case of cities, towns, many villages and certain thickly populated 
areas of townships, retail distribution of electrical energy provided by the 
Commission is in general conducted by individual local municipal utility com- 

*For further information respecting rural power districts consult latter portion of Section 
III in this Report. 



132 TWENTY-FIFTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE No. 26 

missions under the general supervision of the Hydro-Electric Power Commission 
of Ontario. The balance sheets, operating reports and statistical data relating 
to such individual electrical utilities are presented in Section X of this report. 

Having the foregoing distinctions respecting wholesale and retail electrical 
service in mind, the following brief notes will assist to an understanding of the 
economic structure and of the general plan of administration of the undertaking, 
and will make clearer the financial tables herein presented. The basic principle 
governing the financial operations of the undertaking is that electrical service 
be given by the Commission to the municipalities and by the municipalities to 
the ultimate consumers at cost. 

The charges for power supplied by the Commission to the various 
municipalities vary with the amounts of power used, the distances from the 
sources of supply and other factors. The entire capital cost of the various power 
developments and transmission systems is annually allocated to the connected 
municipalities and other wholesale power consumers, according to the relative 
use made of the lines and equipment. Each municipality assumes responsibility 
for that portion of property employed in providing and transmitting power for 
its use, together with such expenses — including the cost of purchased power if 
any — as are incidental to the provision and delivery of its wholesale power. The 
entire annual expenses — including appropriations for reserves — incurred by the 
Commission in the supply of power at wholesale are thus paid out of revenues 
collected in respect of such power, through the medium of power bills rendered 
by the Commission. The municipalities are billed at an estimated interim rate 
each month during the year and credit or debit adjustment is made at the end of 
the year,* when the Commission's books are closed and the actual cost payable 
by each municipality for power received has been determined. 

Included in the municipality's remittance to the Commission for the 
wholesale cost of power — besides such direct expenses as those for operation 
and maintenance of plant, for administration, and for interest on capital — are 
sums required to build up reserves for sinking fund, for renewals, and for 
obsolescence and contingencies. The first-mentioned reserve is for the purpose 
of liquidating the capital liabilities; consequently, as capital obligations are 
discharged the plant will progressively be freed from interest expense. The 
other reserves are, respectively, being created to provide funds for the replacing 
or rebuilding of plant as it wears out; to enable the undertaking to replace 
existing equipment with improved equipment as it becomes available through 
advances in science and invention, and to meet unforeseen expenses which from 
time to time may arise. 

The ultimate source of all revenue to meet costs — whether for the larger 
operations of the Hydro-Electric Power Commission or for the smaller local 
operations of the municipalities — is, of course, the consumer. Out of the total 
revenue collected by each municipal utility from its consumers for service 
supplied, only an amount sufficient to pay the wholesale cost of power supplied 
by the Commission as outlined above is remitted to the Commission ; the balance 
of municipal electrical revenue is retained to pay for the expense incurred by 
the local utility in distributing the electrical energy to its consumers. 

*The financial year for the Commission ends on October 31. The financial year for the 
municipal electric utilities, however, ends on December '31, and the municipal accounts are 
made up to this date, and so recorded in Section X. 



1933 HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 133 

The results obtained by the annual adjustments of the Commission's 
capital investment, operating expenses and fixed charges, as they affect individual 
municipalities are shown in the tables for the respective systems. For the purpose 
of financial statement, the various systems are treated as separate units and for 
each of them similar statements and details are presented. Many of the pages 
which follow, therefore, simply repeat for each system data similar to those 
which are presented for the first system dealt with in each division of the report, 
namely, the Niagara system. In order, therefore, to possess a ready grasp of all 
the figures presented in this and other similar reports of the Commission, all 
that is necessary is to have a true understanding of the financial procedure 
followed in connection with one system and with one municipal "Hydro" utility. 

The accounts of the Hydro-Electric Power Commission of Ontario are 
verified by auditors specially appointed by the Provincial Government. The 
accounts of the "Hydro" utility of each individual municipality are prepared 
according to approved and standard practice and are also duly audited. 
Tabular Data 

The first tabular statement given in Section IX is a general balance sheet 
exhibiting the assets and liabilities of the undertaking and relates to the properties 
constructed or otherwise acquired and being operated by the Commission as 
trustee for the municipalities of the various systems. 

The general balance sheet is followed by groups of statements relating in 
turn to each system of the Commission. These statements, for each system, 
are similar in character and include: — 

Operating Account for the year, showing, for the system as a whole, 

the various items of operating expense and fixed charges entering into the 

cost of power as defined by the Power Commission Act, and the revenues 

collected by the Commission from the partner municipalities and other 

consumers. 

Cost of Power statement, which shows the apportionment to each 
municipality or rural power district of the items of cost summarized in the 
Operating Account, as well as the apportionment of the capital expenditures 
listed in the balance sheet and the amount of power taken by each muni- 
cipality. It should be appreciated that the cost of power given in this table 
is the wholesale cost, — that is, the ctist which the Commission receives for 
the power delivered from the main transformer stations serving the local 
utility or rural power district. In the case of rural power districts, the costs 
of power for the respective districts appear also in the "Rural Operating" 
statement, immediately following, as "Cost of power delivered"; in the case 
of municipal electrical utilities not directly administered by the Commission, 
the respective costs of power appear in Statement "B" of Section X as 
"Power purchased."* 

Rural Operating statement, which shows for each rural power district 
the various items of cost, and the revenues received, in connection with the 
distribution of electrical energy to consumers. 

Credit or Charge statement, which shows the adjustments made in 
order to bring the amounts paid by each municipal electric utility to the 
actual cost of service to that municipality. These credits and charges are 
taken up and given effect to in the municipal accounts of "Hydro" utilities 
before the operating records of each year are closed. 
*Consult footnote on previous page. 



134 TWENTY-FIFTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE No. 26 

Reserve for Renewals, which shows the provisions made for, the 

expenditures from, and the balances to the credit of, this fund. 

Reserve for Obsolescence and Contingencies, which gives similar 

information with respect to this reserve. 

Sinking Fund statement, which gives the accumulated total of the 

amounts paid by each municipality and rural power district as part of the 

cost of power together with its proportionate share of other sinking funds. 
Sinking Fund Reserve, which summarizes the provisions made with 

respect to this fund. 

All municipal "Hydro" utilities have current expenses to meet similar to 
the expenses of the Commission and have adopted the same financial procedure 
with respect to their operations. In other words, concurrently with the creation 
of funds to liquidate their debt to the Commission and to provide the necessary 
reserve to protect generating, transforming, and transmission systems, the 
municipalities are taking similar action with respect to their local "Hydro" 
utility systems. 

The balance sheets, operating reports and statistical data appearing in 
Section X, under the heading of "Municipal Accounts," relate to the operation 
of local distribution systems by individual municipalities which have contracted 
with the Commission for their supply of electrical energy. To this section there 
is an explanatory introduction to which the reader is specially referred. 

To illustrate further the foregoing explanatory comments, there is presented 
herewith a typical operating statement of an Ontario municipal electrical utility, 
covering its financial operations, both as a partner in a system of the Hydro- 
Electric Power Commission, and as administrator of its own local distribution 
system. 

BROCKVILLE "HYDRO" UTILITY 
A Typical Operating Statement for the year 1932 
Revenue 
Collected from Brockville "Hydro" customers for year $125,363.94 

Expenses 

A. — Incurred by the Hydro-Electric Power Commission on behalf 
of the municipality of Brockville in connection with the supplying of 
its electrical energy. These data show — as determined by annual 
adjustment — what it costs the Commission to supply the municipality 
with its wholesale power. See "Cost of Power" statement, page 
219, for the City of Brockville as follows: 

Cost (proportionate share) of power purchased far- 
Eastern Ontario system, from generating plants not 
owned by Commission $15,432 . 28 

Cost (proportionate share) of operation and maintenance 
expense of Eastern Ontario generating plants, trans- 
former stations and transmission lines together with 
administrative expenses 16,498 . 69 

Interest, including exchange, on Brockville's proportion- 
ate share of capital investment in generating plants, 
transformer stations and transmission lines 20,257.64 



1933 HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 135 

Renewal reserve (proportionate share) provided in 
respect of generating plants, transformer stations 
and transmission lines $5,430 . 86 

Obsolescence and contingencies reserve (proportionate 
share) provided in respect of generating plants, 
transformer stations and transmission lines 1,629.59 

Sinking Fund (proportionate share) provided in 
respect of generating plants, transformer stations 
and transmission lines 5,037 . 50 

Cost in excess of revenue from power sold to private 

companies* 7,086. 94 



$71,373.50 

B. — Incurred by the municipality of Brockville through its utility 
commission in connection with the sale of electrical energy to con- 
sumers. Consult the section dealing with the Municipal Accounts: 

Operation, maintenance and administrative expenses. . . $22,388.38 

Interest on debenture debt, etc 4,037 . 63 

Sinking fund and principal payments on debentures. . . . 8,071.04 
Depreciation and other reserves 12,770.00 



$47,267.05 
Total Expenses 

Charged against revenue from customers of the Brockville 

Svstem $118,640.55 



Net Surplus for the year $6,723 . 39 

The municipality of Brockville, situated in the south eastern part of the 
Province, was connected to the Eastern Ontario system in April, 1915. With 
the close of the eighteenth year of operation, this utility's total assets are 
$594,664.07, liabilities $95,998.94, and reserves and surplus, $498,665.13, as 
shown in the municipalities' balance sheets, in Section X, Statement "A." 

By reference to this municipality's balance sheet, it will be noted that the 
Brockville "Hydro" utility has created * a sinking fund equity amounting to 
$80,957.62 in the Hydro-Electric Power Commission system. 

By reference to Statement "D" in Section X of this report it will be seen 

that under the low rate schedules prevailing throughout the Province, the rates 

in force in Brockville have resulted in average costs^ to the various classes of 

service as follows: Domestic service (with an average monthly consumption 

per consumer of 78 kilowatt-hours) 1.9 cents per kilowatt-hour; commercial light 

service 1.7 cents per kilowatt-hour. The actual rates in force are presented in 

Statement "E" and particulars of street lighting service are given in Statement 
<< p> >> 

This represents the difference between the revenue received from private companies and 
other power customers operating under flat-rate contracts, and the result obtained by "costing" 
these loads on exactly the same basis as that used in determining "costs" in respect of municipal 
contracts, including sinking fund and other reserves. 

t flf proper differentiation be made by those undertaking research, between the very different 
entities of rates on the one hand and the derived quantities of average costs or revenues on the 
other, a great deal of confusion and misrepresentation will be avoided. Consult introduction 
to Statement "D" of Section X. 



[36 TWENTY-FIFTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE No. 26 

HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER 

Detailed Statement of Assets 

POWER UNDER 
Assets 
Niagara System: 

Generating Plants: 

Queenston-Chippawa development $76,924,617.98 

Ontario Power development, including water rights. . . . 22,066,754. 12 
Toronto Power development, including water rights. . . . 11,141,397.46 

Chats Falls Power development ... 5,878,493 . 70 

DeCew Power development and steam plant, including 

water rights 11,795,809. 13 

Transmission Lines: 

Right-of-way 8,733,806. 13 

Steel tower and wood pole lines 26,186,399.48 

Transformer Stations 35,199,176.42 

$197,926,454.42 
Distribution Lines: 

Rural power districts $6,224,389.86 

Rural lines. 35,527.44 

Local distribution systems 414,804.54 

6,674,721.84 

$204,601,176.26 

Share capital of Hamilton Street Railway Company carried 

at a value of $3,000,000.00 

Cash advances to Hamilton Street Railway to cover capital 

expenditures and for working capital 273,212.37 

3,273,212.37 

Radial Railways in vicinity of Hamilton in process of liquidation — balance 

expected to be recovered 103,000 . 00 

Balances owing under agreements covering 
sales of certain properties, plants and 
equipment: 

By City of Hamilton $1,937,500. 00 

Accrued interest thereon nil 

$1,937,500.00 

By City of Brantford, approximately . $200,000 . 00 

Accrued interest thereon 6,712.33 

■ 206,712.33 

By Canada Coach Lines, Limited. . . . $550,000.00 
Accrued interest thereon 9,116.44 

559,116.44 

Shares (1,000) of First Preferred stock of Canada 

Coach Lines, Limited— at par 100,000. 00 

2,803,328.77 

Thunder Bay System: 

Nipigon generating plants $15,698,917.39 

Transmission lines 1,905,037. 77 

Transformer stations 855,648 . 50 

$18,459,603.66 
Distribution lines: 

Rural power districts 21, 134 . 85 

18,480,738.51 

Carried forward $229,261,455.91 



1933 HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION [37 

COMMISSION OF ONTARIO 

and Liabilities, October 31, 1932 

TAKINGS 

Liabilities 
To Province of Ontario: 

Cash advances for Niagara and other systems. $204,488,631.44 

Less: Repayment under provisions of Power Commission Act 14,853,440.35 

$189,635,191.09 

Grant funds in the hands of the Commission to apply against 
rural power districts in course of construction or 
extension 122,799 .81 

Amount received from the Province for the purpose of making 
loans under provisions of the Rural Power District Loans 
Act $65,000.00 

Note: Loans made to October 31, 1932, $63,793.21. 

Less: Principal instalments on such loans collected and 

repaid to the Province 6,43 1 . 07 

58,568.93 

Debentures issued by the Commission and guaran- 
teed by the Province of Ontario: 

Four per cent debentures, due 1957, issued in 
purchase of Ontario Power Company of 

Niagara Falls $8,000,000 . 00 

Interest accrued thereon 80,000 . 00 

$8,080,000.00 

Six per cent debentures, due 1941, issued for 
the purpose of retiring the 1921 issue of the 
Ontario Power Company of Niagara Falls$3, 200,000. 00 

Interest accrued thereor 67,856. 16 

3,267,856 . 16 

Six per cent debentures, due 1940, issued in 
purchase of the Toronto Power Company, 

Limited $413,200.00 

Interest accrued thereon 10,330. 00 

423,530 00 

Six per cent debentures, due 1940, issued in 
purchase of certain electrical power equip- 
ment of the Toronto and York Radial 

Railway $205,800.00 

Interest accrued thereon .* 5, 145 . 00 

2 10,945 . 00 

Five per cent debentures, due 1939, issued for 
the purpose of retiring the 1924 issue of the 

Toronto Power Company Limited $4,000,000.00 

Interest accrued thereon 75,000. 00 

4,075,000.00 

Four per cent debentures, due 1958, issued in 
purchase of distribution lines of Essex 

County $200,000.00 

Interest accrued thereon 3,333 . 34 

203,333.34 

Four per cent debentures, due 1958, issued in 
purchase of distribution lines in vicinity 

of Thorold $100,000 . 00 

Interest accrued thereon 1,666. 67 

101,666.67 

$16,362,331 . 17 

Carried forward $189,816,559.83 



m TWENTY-FIFTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE No. 26 

HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER 
Detailed Statement of Assets 

POWER UNDER 

A CCUTC 

Brought forward $229,261,455.91 

Georgian Bay System: 

Generating plants $3,762,339.72 

Transmission lines 2,596,548.47 

Transformer stations 1,152,931.93 



$7,511,820.12 



Distribution lines: 

Rural power districts $731,151.52 

Rural lines 2,807 . 43 

Local distribution systems 83,246.71 



817,205.66 



8,329,025.78 



Eastern Ontario System: 

Generating plants, including water rights $11,299,663 . 07 

Surveys and engineering re power sites: 

On St. Lawrence river $734,873.31 

On Ottawa river .'. . 94,135 . 20 

829,008.51 

Properties purchased for power sites . . 52*533 . 33 

Transmission lines 4,089,166.32 

Transformer stations " 2,583,734. 84 

Rural power districts $1,579,231.22 

Local distribution systems: 

Electric 459,628.89 

Gas 26,234 . 12 

Rural lines 89,063 . 73 

Pulp Mill 52,559.93 

2,206,717.89 

^ 21,060,823.96 

Sudbury district: 

Properties, buildings, plant, equipment and water rights on 

Wanapitei river $2,506,410. 27 

Transmission lines 141,771.54 

Transformer stations 41,662.06 



$2,689,843 . 87 
Local distribution systems 6,630.43 



2,696.474.30 



Bonds of Ontario Power Service Corporation Limited bearing 
interest at 5%% per annum, maturing in 1950 — par value 

$6,000,000— cost 5,400,000.00 

payable in debentures of the Commission guaranteed by the 
Province of Ontario, maturing in 1952 and bearing interest at 
the yearly rates of 3 3^2% in first five years, 4% in next five 
years and 5% in last ten years. 

Note: The Commission has undertaken to purchase at the 
same price and on the same terms, from the holders 
thereof, further similar bonds of Ontario Power Service 
Corporation Limited to a maximum amount of 
$14,000,000 par value, or such portion thereof as may be 
offered at a price of $90.00 of Commission's Debentures 
for $100.00 of Power Corporation's Bonds. 



Carried forward $266,747,779.95 



1933 HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION [39 

COMMISSION OF ONTARIO 
and Liabilities, October 31, 1932 

TA KINGS— Continued 

Liabilities 

Brought forward. $16,362,331 . 17$189,816,559. 83 

Debentures issued by the Commission and guaranteed by the 
Province of Ontario — Continued: 
Four and three-quarter per cent debentures, 
due 1970, issued in part purchase of 
Undertakings and Companies from Domi- 
nion Power and Transmission Company, 

Limited, as at January 1, 1930 $13,000,000.00 

Interest accrued thereon 206,397 . 00 

13,206,397.00 

Five per cent debentures, due 1935, issued in 

part purchase of Undertakings and Com- 
panies from Dominion Power and Trans- 
mission Company, Limited, as at January 

1, 1930 $8,000,000.00 

Interest accrued thereon 133,698. 00 

8,133,698.00 

Twenty-year debentures maturing in 1952 and >, 37,702,426.17 

bearing interest at the rates of 3^% in first 
five years, 4% in next five years, 5% in last ten 

years 5,400,000.00 

issued in purchase of $6,000,000 par value 
of 5}^% bonds of Ontario Power Service Cor- 
poration Limited maturing in 1950. 
Note: The Commission has undertaken to 

issue, and the Province of Ontario to 

guarantee, further similar debentures to 

a maximum amount of $12,600,000 in 

purchase of $14,000,000 par value of bonds 

of Ontario Power Service Corporation 

Limited or such portion thereof as may be 

offered at a price of $90.00 of Commission's 

Debentures for $100.00 of the Power 

Corporation's Bonds. 
Bonds and debenture stock assumed by the Commission and 
guaranteed by the Province of Ontario: 
First mortgage 5% gold bonds, due 1943, of 

the Ontario Power Company of Niagara 

Falls: 

Amount assumed at date of purchase of 
Company by Commission, August 1, 
1917 $9,834,000.00 

Less: Retired by the Commission 1,866,000.00 

$7,968,000.00 
Interest accrued thereon '. 99,600. 00 

$8,067,600.00 

First mortgage 5% gold bonds, due 1945, of the 

Ontario Transmission Company, Limited: 
Amount assumed at date of purchase of Com- 
pany by Commission, August 1, 1917 $1,772,000.00 

Less: Retired by the Commission 468,000.00 

$1,304,000.00 
Interest thereon payable November 1, 1932 32,600. 00 

1,336,600.00 



Guaranteed 4^ % debenture stock, due 1941, of 
the Toronto Power Company, Limited : 

Amount assumed at date of purchase of Com- 
pany by Commission, December 1, 1920. .$13,558,917.81 
Less: Retired by the Commission 7,474,547.84 

$6,084,369.97 
Interest thereon payable November 1, 1932 136,898 . 32 



6,221,268.29 
$15,625,468.29- 



Carried forward $232,918,986.00 



140 TWENTY-FIFTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE No. 26 

HYDROELECTRIC POWER 

Detailed Statement of Assets 

POWER UNDER 

A CCCTC 

Brought forward $266,747,779.95 

Abitibi — Sudbury line: 

Transmission line and equipment $2,189,620. 17 

Transformer station 2,290 . 63 



2,191,910.80 

Patricia District: 

Ear Falls generating plant 483,181 .39 

Manitoulin Island: 

Transformer station $108 . 35 

Rural power district 15,01 1 . 26 



15,119.61 

Bonnechere River Storage: 

Round Lake dam 51 ,629 . 23 

Service Buildings and Equipment: 

Service buildings and equipment, Toronto $504,779.65 

Terminal building, Hamilton 750,000.00 

Equipment of storehouse and garage, Hamilton 3,666.40 

Pole yard and equipment, Cobourg 21,816.27 

1,280,262.32 



Office Buildings: 

On University Avenue, Toronto 616,597. 12 

On corner Elm Street and Centre Avenue, Toronto 160,821 .95 



Office Furniture and Equipment: 

At Toronto office $64,120. 10 

At Hamilton office 1,500.00 

At Electrical Inspection office 9,489 . 10 



777.419.07 



75,109.20 



Automobiles and Trucks 3,918 . 96 

Inventories: 

Construction and maintenance, tools and equipment $817,352.38 

Construction material and sundry supplies 976,609.89 

Maintenance material and supplies 626,136.29 

Stationery and office supplies 25,81 1 . 53 



2,445,910.09 



Sinking Funds- 
Employed to make repayments to the Province 
of Ontario under the terms of the Power 

Commission Act $14,853,440.35 

Employed in retirement of bonds issued or 
assumed by the Commission and guaran- 
teed by the Province of Ontario 7,220,574.95 



Invested in securities of the Province of Ontario, which 
stand deposited with Provincial Treasurer — par value 
$2,101,000.00 $2,086,904.77 

Interest accrued thereon 27,442 . 47 



2.114.347.24 



Carried forward $276,186,587.86 



1933 HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION PH 

COMMISSION OF ONTARIO 

and Liabilities, October 31, 1932 

TA KINGS— Continued 

Liabilities 
Brought forward $15,625,468. 29$232,918,986. 00 

Bonds and debenture stock assumed by the Commission and 
guaranteed by the Province of Ontario — Continued. 

First mortgage 5% gold bonds, due 1933, of the 
Electrical Development Company of Ontario, 
Limited: 
Amount assumed at date of purchase of Com- 
pany by Commission, December 1, 1920. . . .$4,335,000.00 
Less: Retired by the Commission 1,063,500.00 

$3,271,500.00 
Interest accrued thereon 27,262 . 50 

3,298,762.50 

18,924,230.79 

Other debentures assumed: 

In respect of purchase of lines at Streetsville: 

Amount assumed at date of purchase $6,000.00 

Less: Retired by the Commission 5,104.77 

$895 . 23 
Interest accrued thereon 22 . 38 

$917.61 • 

In respect of purchase of original Muskoka 
Power Development: 

Amount assumed at date of purchase $50,595 .93 

Less: Retired by the Commission 31,355 . 65 

$19,240.28 

Interest accrued thereon 734 . 30 

19,974.58 

In respect of purchase of sundry rural lines: 

Amount assumed at dates of purchase $69,289. 85 

Less: Retired by the Commission 30,414.37 

$38,875.48 

Interest accrued thereon 1,010.58 

■ 39,886.06 

' ' 60,778.25 

Outstanding share capital of the Electrical Development Com- 
pany of Ontario, Limited $600 . 00 

Galetta Electric Power and Milling Company, Limited 580.00 

1,180.00 

Accounts payable $1,421,978.61 

Interest coupons due but not presented for payment 20,933. 12 

1,442,911.73 

Bank of Montreal: 

Demand loan (secured) 4,500,000. 00 

Insurance Department: 

Outstanding claims and awards $814,391 . 86 

Surplus 91,890.75 

; 906,282.61 

Reserve for Staff Pensions 2,947,736.64 

Carried forward $261,702,106.02 



142 TWENTY-FIFTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE No. 26 

HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER 

Detailed Statement of Assets 

POWER UNDER 
■ Assets 

Brought forward $276,186,587 . 86 

Insurance Funds: 

(a) Invested in securities of the Dominion of Canada — par 

value, $800,000.00 . '.:,.... $804,740.88 

(b) Invested in securities of the Province of Ontario — par 

value, $28,000.00 . 28,785.32 

Interest accrued thereon 617 .78 

$834,143.98 

(c) On deposit with Workmen's Compensation Board 51,222.94 

885,366.92 

Staff Pension Funds: 

(a) Invested in securities of the Province of Ontario — par 

value, $2,855,000.00 ...... $2,811,152.78 

(b) Invested in securities of the Dominion of Canada — par 

value, $55,000.00 53,252.56 

Interest accrued thereon 32,163 .95 

2,896,569.29 

Reserve Funds: 

(a) Invested in securities of the Dominion of Canada — par 

value, $3,791,850.00 -..../... V. ... $3,777,566.69 

(b) Invested in securities of the Canadian National Railway, 

guaranteed by the Dominion of Canada — par 

value, $1,000,000.00. . . . 1,018,949: 14> 

(c) Invested in securities of the Province of Ontario — par 

value, $29,618,500.00 . : 29,200,533 . 85 

(d) Invested in securities of the Commission guaranteed by 

the Province of Ontario— par value, $1,200,000.00. 1,185,876.32 

(e) Invested in securities of the Temiskaming and Northern 

Ontario Railway, guaranteed by the Province of 

Ontario— par value, $240,000.00 206,487 . 32 

(/) Invested in debentures of Ontario municipalities, which 
debentures were received from certain municipalities 
upon the sale thereto of their local distribution 

systems— par value, $1,499,342.70 1,379,810.32 

Interest accrued thereon 453,851 . 28 

■ 37,223,074.92 

Other Bonds and Shares taken over with the plant assets of power 

companies acquired — carried at a value of $24,915.00 $24,915 .00 

Interest accrued thereon 332 . 5 1 

■ 25,247.51 



Cash 



In banks $863,126.18 

In banks to pay bond interest due November 1, 1932, and 

interest coupons overdue but not presented . 190,431 .44 

Sinking funds on deposit with trustees for bondholders 419,600.07 

In hands of employees as advances on account of expenses. . 87,486. 22 

$1,560,643.91 
Less: Funds of Guelph Radial Railway shown elsewhere in 

this balance sheet 16,362 . 49 

1,544,281.42 

Carried forward $318,761,127.92 



1933 HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 143 

COMMISSION OF ONTARIO 

and Liabilities, October 31, 1932 

TA KINGS— Continued 

Liabilities 

Brought forward $261,702,106.02 

Balances due to municipalities in respect of amounts paid by 
them to October 31, 1932, in excess of the cost of power 
supplied to them as provided to be paid under the Power 
Commission Act: 

Niagara system $1,139,553.57 

Georgian Bay system 42,290.97 

Eastern Ontario system 163,626. 13 

Thunder Bay system 892 .51 



1,346,363.18 



Reserves for Sinking Fund: 

Niagara system $21,808,954.04 

Niagara rural lines 12,890.98 

Thunder Bay system 887,461 . 03 

Georgian Bay system 816,185 .21 

Georgian Bay rural lines 765 . 26 

Eastern Ontario system 857,536 . 86 

Bonnechere storage system 1 ,733 . 81 



$24,385,527.19 

Service buildings and equipment 110,305 . 28 

Office buildings 143,295 . 99 



24,639,128.46 



Reserves for Renewals: 



Niagara system $16,629,892 .53 

Niagara rural lines 5,282 . 76 

Thunder Bay system 1,140,522.40 

Georgian Bay system 1,298,058 .48 

Georgian Bay rural lines 443 . 27 

Eastern Ontario system 3,056,319.03 

Sudbury district 54,907 .66 

Patricia district 8,160.02 

$22,193,586.15 

Service buildings and equipment ;'. 302,713 . 12 

Office buildings f 108,399.43 



22,604,698 . 70 

Reserves for Obsolescence and Contingencies: 

Niagara system $12,440,735 . 02 

Niagara rural lines 2,588.80 

Thunder Bay system '. 711,241.06 

Georgian Bay system 367,197.47 

Georgian Bay rural lines 186 . 82 

Eastern Ontario system 1,314,734. 73 

Sudbury district 101 ,715 . 99 

14,938,399.89 

Balance at credit of interest account 17,643. 13 

Contingent Liabilities: 

In respect of contracts entered into for power 

undertakings in course of construction . . . $506,232.47 



Carried forward $325,248,339.33 



144 TWENTY-FIFTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE No. 26 

HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER 

Detailed Statement of Assets 

POWER UNDER 
Assets 
Brought forward $318,761,127.92 

Accounts receivable: 

Due by municipalities and sundry customers 
in respect of construction work, supply 

sales, etc $412,540.04 

Less: Reserve for doubtful accounts 22,093 . 86 

$390,446.18 

Due by municipalities and sundry customers 

in respect of power accounts $4,477,537.93 

Less: Reserve for doubtful accounts 538,171 . 54 

3,939,366.39 

Sinking fund and interest accounts owing in respect of rural 

lines 394.80 

Claim against Dominion Government in respect of income 
taxes paid for the thirteen months ending December 31, 

1921 72,334 . 46 

4,402,541.83 

Balances due by municipalities in respect of the costs of power 
supplied to them, as provided to be paid under the Power 
Commission Act: 

Niagara system $276,189.54 

Georgian Bay system • 94,504 . 30 

Eastern Ontario system » . 72,277.37 

Thunder Bay system 161,816.38 

604,787.59 

Owing by Province of Ontario: 

In respect of power purchased and delivered over the 
Abitibi-Sudbury line in the period of thirteen months 
up to October 31, 1932 212,394. 11 

Rural loans: 

Loans made to persons under provisions of the Rural Power 
District Loans Act in respect of installations of electrical 

equipment $63,793 . 21 

Instalments of principal received % 7,070.69 

$56,722.52 

Interest instalments due 626.82 

57,349.34 

Work in progress: 

Expenditure on account of various systems chargeable upon 
completion to: 

Capital construction $10,735 . 76 

Operating and maintenance expenses 25,037.99 

35,773.75 

Insurance unexpired 30,589. 87 

Discount on debentures issued by the Commission, less amounts 
written off: 

On debenture issue of $3,200,000 maturing 1941 $67,650.81 

On debenture issue of $4,000,000 maturing 1939 41,018.40 

108,669.21 

Total Power Undertakings $324,213,233.62 



1933 HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION [45 

COMMISSION OF ONTARIO 

and Liabilities, October 31, 1932 

TA KINGS— Continued 

Liabilities 
Brought forward $325,248,339.38 



Total Power Undertakings $325,248,339.38 



146 TWENTY-FIFTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE No. 26 

HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER 

Detailed Statement of Assets 

RADIAL RAILWAY 
Assets 
Brought forward $324,213,233.62 

Guelph Radial Railway: 

Road and equipment $444,205 . 06 

Materials and supplies 5,802.38 

Reserve funds: 

(a) Invested in securities of the Province 

of Ontario— par value, $25,000.00 $22,499.49 

(b) Invested in securities of the Dominion 

of Canada— par value, $25,000.00 24,759.72 

Interest accrued thereon 1,056.44 

48,315.65 

Cash: 

In the general bank account of the Com- 
mission at Toronto $16,362 . 49 

In bank at Guelph 1,210.02 

In hands of employees as advances on 

account of expenses. 1,500.00 

19,072.51 
Accounts receivable : $1,231.85 

Less: Reserve for doubtful accounts 250.00 

— 981.85 

Insurance and expenses prepaid 1,174.77 

Due by the City of Guelph: 

Operating deficit for the year ending 
October 31, 1932 — as per Operating 
Account $36,885.41 

Less: Paid on account, by the City 35,000.00 

1,885.41 

■ 521,437.63 

Sandwich, Windsor & Amherstburg Railway Company: 

Undertaking of the Sandwich, Windsor and Amherstburg 
Railway Company to pay the Hydro Radial Debentures 
issued by the Commission, and guaranteed by the 
Province of Ontario, in purchase of, and for the extension 
and betterment of, the Sandwich, Windsor and Amherst- 
burg Railway — as per agreement covering the transfer 
at July 31st, 1931, of the Railwav, by the Commission, 
to the Company .' $5,816,205.00 

Interest accrued on such debentures 61,839. 63 

Note. — The Hydro Radial Debentures above mentioned 
(and which are also listed opposite as liabilities of the 
Commission) are — under Statute of 1930 and under 
Trust Deed dated July 31st, 1931, in favour of the 
Guaranty Trust Company, as Trustee — secured by: 

(a) A charge upon the properties of the Railway. 

(6) Debentures of the eleven municipalities which 
own the Railway Company, to the aggregate 
amount of $5,816,205.00. . 5,878,044.63 

Carried forward $330,612,715.88 



1933 HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION H7 

COMMISSION OF ONTARIO 

and Liabilities, October 31, 1932 

UNDERTAKINGS 

Liabilities 
Brought forward $325,248,339.38 

In respect of the Guelph Radial Railway: 

City of Guelph — purchase price of the Railway 
payable thereto, in half yearly instalments 

according to purchase agreement $150,000.00 

Less: Twenty-three instalments thereon . . 73,505 . 41 $76,494 . 59 

Debentures issued by the Commission and 
guaranteed by the Province of Ontario: 

Five per cent Debentures due 1970 issued to 
retire $300,000.00 of Debentures which 
matured in 1931 and which had been 
issued for the purpose of making exten- 
sions and betterments to the Railway. 300,000.00 

Instalments of principal and interest payable to 
the City of Guelph, May 1 and November 
1, 1932, under the terms of the purchase 
agreement 11,700.00 

Accounts payable and accrued charges $1,258. 12 

Provision for unredeemed tickets 1,300.00 



— 2,558.12 

Premium on sale of debentures — less portion 

written off 21,444. 61 

Reserve — created by payment of instalments on the purchase 
price out of the revenue of the road and assessments 
against the City of Guelph 73,505 . 41 

Reserve for sinking fund 4,801 . 68 

Reserve for renewal of road and equipment 30,933 . 22 



In respect of the Sandwich, Windsor & Amherstburg Railway 
Company: 

Debentures issued under provisions of the Hydro-Electric 
Railway Act, by the Commission and guaranteed by 
the Province of Ontario in purchase of the Railway and 
for the purpose of making extensions and betterments 
thereto. 

Four and one-half per cent debentures, due April 1, 1960 $2,100,000.00 

Six per cent debentures, due July 1, 1961 900,000 . 00 

Five per cent debentures, due September 1, 1943 966,205 .00 

Five per cent debentures, due July 1, 1945 750,000 . 00 

Five per cent debentures, due September 1, 1945 100,000.00 

Five per cent debentures, due July 15, 1946 1,000,000.00 



$5,816,205.00 
Interest accrued thereon 61,839.63 



521,437.63 



5,878,044.63 
Carried forward $331,647,821.64 



148 TWENTY-FIFTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE No. 26 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER 
Detailed Statement of Assets 

RADIAL RAILWAY 

A CCtTTC 

Brought forward $330,612,715.88 

Toronto and York Radial Railway: 

City of Toronto — debentures held as collateral security for 
the repayment of the Hydro Radial debentures issued 
in purchase of the Toronto and York Radial Railway — 
as per agreement covering the transfer (in January, 
1927) of the railway to the City of Toronto $2,375,000.00 

City of Toronto — interest accrued on $2,375,000 debentures 
issued by the Commission in purchase of the Toronto 
and York Radial Railway 59,375 . 00 2,434,375 . 00 

Port Credit to St. Catharines Radial Railway: 

Purchase of right-of-way and carrying charges (taxes, less 

rental revenue) down to October 31, 1932 $73,095. 16 

Construction materials purchased, less amount realized on 

sale thereof 117,510.09 

Surveying, engineering, administrative expenses and interest 371,211 .96 

— 561,817.21 

Toronto to Port Credit Radial Railway: 

Purchase of right-of-way and carrying charges (taxes, less 
rental revenue) down to October 31, 1932 — less amounts 
realized on properties sold $474,016. 21 

Surveying, engineering, administrative expenses and interest 499,272.34 

973,288.55 

$334,582,196.64 



1933 HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 149 



COMMISSION OF ONTARIO 
and Liabilities, October 31, 1932 

UNDERTAKINGS— Continued 

Liabilities 
Brought forward $331,647,821.64 

In respect of Toronto and York Radial Railway: 

Debentures issued by the Commission and guaranteed by the 
Province of Ontario: 

Six per cent debentures, due 1940, issued in purchase 
of the Metropolitan, Scarboro and Mimico 
Radial Railway divisions $2,375,000.00 



Interest accrued thereon 59,375 .00 

2,434.375.00 



In respect of the Port Credit to St. Catharines Radial Railway: 

Bank of Montreal — advances (secured by hypothecation of $1,200,000 Hydro 
Radial debentures, being part of an issue of $11,360,363 guaranteed bv 
the Province of Ontario) 500,000. 00 



$334,582,196.64 



130 TWENTY-FIFTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE No. 26 

NIAGARA 

Operating Account for the 

Costs of operation as provided for under the terms of the 
Power Commission Act 

Power purchased $5,513,435 . 12 

Costs of operation and maintenance, including the proportion of 
administrative expenses chargeable to the operation of 
this system: 

Generation and transmission equipment $4,346,851 .39 

Rural power districts 546,720 . 01 

4,893,571.40 

Interest (including exchange) on capital investment in: 

Generation and transmission equipment $10,400,734.38 

Rural power districts 290,757 . 17 

— 10,691,491.55 

Provision for renewals of: 

Generation and transmission equipment $1,342,776.20 

Rural power districts •. 236,925 . 30 

: ■ 1,579,701.50 

Provision for obsolescence and contingencies in respect of: 

Rural power districts $1 18,462 . 65 

118,462.65 

Provision for sinking funds for repayment of the cash advances by 
the province of Ontario to the Commission and for the 
retirement of the bonds issued by and assumed by the 
Commission: 

By charges included in the cost of power delivered to munici- 
palities and rural power districts : . $1,411,161 .64 

By charges against contracts with private companies which 

purchase power and local distribution systems 503,451 . 13 

By charges included in the cost of distribution of power within 

rural power districts 63,3 15 . 62 

1,977,928.39 



Total costs of operation $24,774,590.61 

Deduct: 

Cost to the Commission (including provisions for sinking fund 
$503,451.13 and renewals $322,065.22) of power delivered 
to private companies and customers under flat rate 
contracts, in excess of the revenue received from them — 
which excess has been charged against the Contingency 
Reserve of the system $1,949,367.83 

Amount appropriated from the Contingency Reserve of the 
system and applied proportionately to each municipality in 

reduction of the costs of operation 595,280. 80 

2,544,648.63 



$22,229,941.98 



1933 HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION J5I 

SYSTEM 

Year Ending October 31, 1932 

Revenue for Period 

Amounts received from (or billed against) each municipality by the 

Commission $15,572,523.51 

Power sold to private companies and customers, also miscellaneous 

revenue 4,706,868.83 

Power supplied at cost to Sandwich, Windsor & Amherstburg 
Railway Company and Windsor, Essex & Lake Shore Radial 
Railway Association 109,352 . 79 

Amounts received from (or billed against) customers in rural power 

districts 2,070,703 . 84 

$22,459,448 . 97 

Add: 

Amounts due by certain municipalities, being the difference 
between the sums received (or billed) at interim rates and 
the amounts charged — following annual adjustment — in 
respect of power supplied in the year . . $184,680. 58 

Amounts due by municipalities comprising certain Rural 
Power Districts, being the difference between the sums 
received from (or billed against) customers therein and 
the amounts charged to such districts — following annual 
adjustment — in respect of power supplied in the year. ... 63,151 .36 

247,831.94 

$22,707,280.91 

Deduct: 

Amounts received from (or billed against) certain municipalities 
in excess of the sums required to be paid by them for power 
supplied in the year $393,614.97 

Sums received from (or billed against) customers in certain 
Rural Power Districts in excess of the amounts charged to 
such districts — following annual adjustment — in respect 

of power supplied in the year 83,723 . 96 

' • 477,338.93 

Revenue $22,229,941.98 



$22,229,941.98 



52 



TWENTY-FIFTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 26 



NIAGARA 

Statement showing the amount chargeable (upon annual adjustment) to each 

by the Commission; the amount appropriated from the contingency 

cost; the amount received by the Commission from each 

charged to each Municipality in respect of power 



Municipality 



Interim rates 

per 
horsepower 
collected by 
Commission 
during year 



To 

Jan. 1 

1932 



To 

Oct. 31 
1932 



Share of 
capital cost 
of system on 

which 
interest and 
fixed charges 
are payable 



Average 
horse- 
power 

supplied 

in year 

after 

correction 

for power 

factor 



Cost of 
power 
pur- 
chased 



Share of operating 



Operating, 
main- 
tenance 

and 
adminis- 
trative 
expenses 



Interest 
(including 
exchange) 



Acton 

Agincourt .... 
Ailsa Craig. . . 
Alvinston .... 
Amherstburg. 

Ancaster twp.. 

Arkona 

Aylmer 

Ayr 

Baden 

Beachville. . . . 
Belle River. . . 
Blenheim .... 

Blyth 

Bolton 

Bothwell 

Brampton. . 
Brantford .... 
Brantford twp 
Bridgeport . . . 

Brigden 

Brussels 

Burford 

Burgessville. . 
Caledonia. . . . 

Campbellville. 

Cayuga 

Chatham 

Chippawa. . . . 
Clifford 

Clinton 

Comber 

Cottam 

Courtright . . . 
Dash wood 

Delaware 

Dorchester . . . 

Drayton 

Dresden 

Drumbo 



$ c. 
33.00 
40.00 
48.00 
90.00 
40.00 

30.00 
75.00 
35.00 
35.00 
32.00 

33.00 
38.00 
39.00 
58.00 
44.00 

44.00 
29.00 
27.00 
27.00 
34.00 

70.00 
52.00 
35.00 
43.00 
29.00 

60.00 
50.00 
30.00 
25.00 
56.00 

38.00 
45.00 
44.00 
72.00 
50.00 

36.00 
38.00 
55.00 
45.00 
45.00 



$ c. 
33.00 
40.00 
48.00 
90.00 
40.00 

30.00 
75.00 
35.00 
35.00 
32.00 

33.00 
38 . 00 
39.00 
58 . 00 
46.00 

45.00 
29.00 
27.00 
29.00 
36.00 

68.00 
54.00 
35.00 
44.00 
29.00 

62.00 
50.00 
30.00 
25.00 
59.00 

38.00 
50.00 
44.00 
72.00 
50.00 

38.00 
38.00 
58.00 
45.00 
45.00 



$ 


c. 


218,283 


01 


47,557 


28 


51,866 


46 


62,620 


93 


196,729 


63 


64,525 


88 


34,010 


47 


136,202 


49 


47,905 


54 


75,864 


17 


114,370 


27 


37,471 


07 


114,585 


18 


39,736 


40 


40,699 


48 


34,204 


51 


499,814 


97 


2,597,526 


70 


135,569 


50 


42,030 


05 


40,206 


32 


51,210 


75 


39,138 


11 


20,920 


45 


71,981 


09 


8,396 


05 


35,548 


41 


1,039,069 


76 


45,568 


33 


29,179.82 


133,547 


77 


49,742 


17 


21,870 


46 


22,408 


01 


26,944 


25 


10,000 


45 


21,423 


38 


43,833 


39 


95,969 


91 


21,657 


26 



748.6 
141.2 
144.5 
82.5 
646.3 

249.5 
56.2 
468.3 
176.0 
274.3. 

419.2 
125.2 
368.6 
90.5 
112.8 

97.4 

2,034.9 

10,817.8 

562.5 

146.3 

80.0 
125.6 
140.4 

56.1 
281.0 

26.9 

99.4 

4,014.0 

224.5 

61.0 



427. 
132. 

62. 

39. 

66. 



37.2 
72.7 
93.4 
277.1 
67.2 



$ c 

4,824.64 

910.02 

931.29 

531.70 

4,165.33 

1,608.00 
362.20 
3,018.14 
1,134.30 
1,767.83 

2,701.70 
806.90 

2,375.58 
583.26 
726.98 

627.73 

13,114.70 

69,719.48 

3,625.25 

942 . 89 

515.59 
809.48 
904 . 86 
361.56 
1,811.01 

173.37 

640.62 

25,869.77 

1,446.88 

393.14 

2,752.61 
853.30 
402.16 
255.22 
426.65 

239.75 
468.54 
601.95 
1,785.88 
433.10 



$ c. 
5,420.36 
1,274.71 
2,042.56 
2,927.95 
5,502.00 

1,672.38 
1,726.88 
4,014.74 
1,390.26 
2,117.76 

3,243.84 
1,435.68 
5,505.15 
1,592.19 
1,318.88 

2,097.89 

15,081.96 

57,203.73 

4,921.69 

1,244.84 

1,640.95 
1,967.81 
1,417.84 
1,539.43 
1,941.31 

839.62 

1,462.36 

27,949.72 

1,131.57 

1,170.55 

4,547.07 
2,059.39 

828.69 
1,091.02 

944.77 

506.46 
1,045.23 
1,790.11 
3,606.00 

794.75 



$ c. 

11,175.47 
2,427.34 
2,608.43 
3,066.92 

10,060.81 

3,342.93 
1,653.71 
6,874.62 
2,458.16 
3,842.07 

5,811.39 
1,916.67 
5,819.19 
1,990.89 
2,024.15 

1,694.07 

25,846.87 

133,912.36 

7,072.82 

2,180.27 

2,011.55 
2,571.19 
2,005.19 
1,034.42 
3,715.29 

430.84 

1,801.28 

53,309.51 

2,390.91 

1,459.35 

6,745.75 
2,484.17 
1,115.54 
1,110.83 
1,346.88 

514.37 
1,090.87 
2,186.77 
4,840.28 
1.098.43 



1933 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



153 



SYSTEM 



N.—COST OF POWER 



Municipality as the Cost — under Power Commission Act — of Power supplied to it 
reserve of the system and proportionately applied in reduction of such 
Municipality; and the amount remaining to be credited or 
supplied to it in the year ending October 31, 1932 



costs and fixed charges 



Renewals 



Sinking 
fund 



Total 
cost of 

power 
for year 



Amount 
appropriat- 
ed from 
contingency 
reserve 
and pro- 
portionate- 
ly applied 
in reduc- 
tion of such 
cost 



Amounts 

charged 

to each 

municipality 

in respect 

of power 

supplied 

to it in 

the year 



Amounts 
received 

from 

(or billed 

against) 

each 

municipality 

by the 
Commission 



Amounts remaining 

to be credited 

or charged to each 

municipality 



Credited 



Charged 



$ 


c. 


1,898.50 


424 


83 


510 


42 


782 


76 


1,709 


84 


511 


64 


391 


58 


1,148 


99 


393 


78 


627 


84 


930 


88 


320.91 


1,023 


26 


426.44 


398 


73 


329 


28 


3,740 


11 


19,012 


00 


996 


15 


360 


96 


456 


99 


532 


76 


329.96 


204 


11 


566 


64 


76.33 


351 


43 


8,013 


70 


286 


17 


323 


91 


1,198 


45 


496 


36 


208 


21 


260.96 


281. 


85 


81 


07 


186. 


48 


484 


19 


916 


89 


200.84 



$ c. 

2,153.38 
473.78 
517.83 
643 . 75 

1,946.02 

630.56 
339.09 
1,323.54 
469.65 
743.15 

1,114.96 
369.73 

1,134.85 
400.33 
405 . 65 

341.22 

4,868.80 

25,222.19 

1,316.80 

414.68 

412.20 
514.13 
385.76 
205.03 
703 . 43 

83.24 

354.83 

10,161.49 

436.42 

295.45 

1,317.84 
498.06 
218.16 
228.44 
270.93 

97.97 
211.16 
444.11 
956.78 
214.77 



$ c. 

25,472.35 
5,510.68 
6,610.53 
7,953.08 

23,384.00 

7,765.51 
4,473.46 
16,380.03 
5,846.15 
9,098.65 

13,802.77 
4,849.89 

15,858.03 
4,993.11 
4,874.39 

5,090.19 

62,652.44 

305,069.76 

17,932.71 

5,143.64 

5,037.28 
6,395.37 
5,043.61 
3,344.55 
8,737.68 

1,603.40 
4,610.52 
125,304.19 
5,691.95 
3,642.40 

16,561.72 
6,391.28 
2,772.76 
2,946.47 
3,271.08 

1,439.62 
3,002.28 
5,507.13 
12,105.83 
2,741.89 



$ c. 
748.60 
141.20 
144.50 
82.50 
646.30 

249.50 
56.20 
468.30 
176.00 
274.30 

419.20 
125.20 
368.60 
90.50 
112.80 

97.40 

2,034.90 

10,817.80 

562.50 

146.30 

80.00 
125.60 
140.40 

56.10 
281.00 

26.90 

99.40 

4,014.00 

224.50 

61.00 

427.10 

132.40 

62.40 

39.60 

66.20 

37.20 
72.70 
93.40 
277.10 
67.20 



$ c. 

24,723.75 
5,369.48 
6,466.03 
7,870.58 

22,737.70 

7,516.01 
4,417.26 
15,911.73 
5,670.15 
8,824.35 

13,383.57 
4,724.69 

15,489.43 
4,902.61 
4,761.59 

4,992.79 

60,617.54 

294,251.96 

17,370.21 

4,997.34 

4,957.28 
6,269.77 
•4,903.21 
3,288.45 
8,456.68 

1,576.50 
4,511.12 
121,290.19 
5,467.45 
3,581.40 

16,134.62 
6,258.88 
2,710.36 
2,906.87 
3,204.88 

1,402.42 
2,929.58 
5,413.73 
11,828.73 
2,674.69 



$ c. 

24,702.95 

5,649.96 

6,992.20 

7,835.66 
27,280.27 

7,483.75 
4,437.78 
17,403.20 
6,518.05 
9,334.78 

14,693.94 
5,026.70 

15,206.43 
5,541.62 
5,419.52 

4,367.07 

64,646.95 

288,445.50 

17,102.94 

5,468.52 

5,718.49 
7,103.44 
5,207.22 
2,600.53 
8,689.99 

1,720.49 

5,225.18 

128,474.17 

5,973.64 

3,768.79 

16,706.08 
6,864.89 
2,899.07 
2,999.91 
3,501.03 

1,476.68 
2,921.96 
5,363.74 
12,468.10 
3,152.42 



280.48 
526.17 



4,542.57 



20.52 

1,491.47 

847.90 

510.43 

1,310.37 
302.01 



639.01 
657.93 



4,029.41 



471.18 

761.21 
833 . 67 
304.01 

' 233*31 

143.99 

714.06 

7,183.98 

506.19 

187.39 

571.46 
606.01 
188.71 
93.04 
296.15 

74.26 



639.37 

477.73 



$ c. 
20.80 



34.92 
32.26 



283.00 



625.72 



5,806.46 
267.27 



687.92 



7.62 
49.99 



154 



TWENTY-FIFTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 26 



NIAGARA 

Statement showing the amount chargeable (upon annual adjustment) to each 

by the Commission; the amount appropriated from the contingency 

cost; the amount received by the Commission from each 

charged to each Municipality in respect of power 



Municipality 



Interim rates 

per 
horsepower 
collected by 
Commission 
during year 



To 

Jan. 1 

1932 



To 

Oct. 31 

1932 



Share of 
capital cost 
of system on 

which 
interest and 
fixed charges 
are payable 



Average 
horse- 
power 
supplied 
in year 
after 
correction 
for power 
factor 



Cost of 
power 
pur- 
chased 



Share of operating 



Operating, 
main- 
tenance 

and 
adminis- 
trative 
expenses 



Interest 
(including 
exchange) 



Dublin 

Dundas 

Dunnville 

Dutton 

East Windsor. . . 

Elmira 

Elora 

Embro 

Erieau 

Erie Beach 

Essex 

Etobicoke twp. . 

Exeter 

Fergus 

Fonthill 

Forest 

Gait 

Georgetown . . . . 

Glencoe 

Goderich 

Granton 

Guelph 

Hagersville 

Hamilton 

Harriston 

Harrow. . 

Hensall 

Hespeler 

Highgate 

Humberstone. . . 

Ingersoll 

Jarvis 

Kingsville 

Kitchener 

Lambeth 

LaSalle 

Leamington 

Listowel 

London 

London Ry. Com 



$ c. 


$ c. 


58.00 


58.00 


25.00 


25.00 


35.00 


35.00 


38.00 


38.00 


31.00 


31.00 


31.00 


34.00 


35.00 


35.00 


52.00 


50.00 


56.00 


56.00 


70.00 


70.00 


35.00 


35.00 


29.00 


29.00 


38.00 


38.00 


35.00 


35.00 


34.00 


34.00 


48.00 


48.00 


26.00 


27.00 


35.00 


35.00 


58.00 


58.00 


42.00 


42.00 


48.00 


50.00 


27.00 


27.00 


31.00 


31.00 


23.50 


23.50 


42.00 


44.00 


38.00 


40.00 


50.00 


50.00 


29.00 


29.00 


44.00 


46.00 


28.00 


28.00 


28.00 


28.00 


38.00 


38.00 


38.00 


38.00 


27.00 


27.00 


42.00 


42.00 


36.00 


36.00 


37.00 


37.00 


36.00 


37.00 


26.00 


26.00 


15.00 


kw. hr. 



$ c. 

18,135.97 
331,456.57 
209,561.39 

61,532.05 
722,450.70 

206,177.88 

112,866.22 

31,410.86 

30,330.76 

6,669.28 

103,422.69 
703,194.15 
129,164.59 
208,896.30 
27,726.94 

121,159.81 

1,397,164.80 

308,355.57 

75,771.47 

363.931.08 



22,827 

1,759,867 

208,828 

18,418,931 

101,610 



107,206.14 
61,060.24 

415,505.74 
24,954.31 
76,226.10 

519,032.66 
62,634.32 

130,086.72 

3,531,411.04 

30,562.24 

67,103.66 

311,537.32 

255,677.47 

6,589,672.45 

320,512.58 



39.8 

1,427.7 
760.8 
220.9 

2,617.8 

699.0 

376.1 

89.4 

70.3 

13.6 

349.1 
2,894.6 
404.8 
682.6 
110.4 

313.7 

5,873.2 

976.1 

163.6 

1,035.4 

59.2 

7,359.4 

760.6 

81,794.4 

293.4 

344.3 

145.8 

1,709.0 

68.7 

312.6 

2,027.0 

188.7 

414.1 

14,769.0 

96.8 



227 

993 

868.9 

28,407.3 

1,109.0 



$ c. 

256.51 

9,201.36 

4,903.27 

1,423.68 

16,871.42 

4,504.97 

2,423.92 

576.17 

453.07 

87.65 

2,249.91 

18,655.37 

2,608.89 

4,399.28 

711.52 

2,021.76 
37,852.10 
6,290.85 
1,054.38 
6,673.03 

381.54 

47,430.49 

4,901.98 

527,155.58 

1,890.93 

2,218.97 

939.66 

11,014.31 

442.76 

2,014.67 

13,063.78 
1,216.15 
2,668.83 

95,184.51 
623.86 

1,466.21 
6,404.28 
5,599.96 
183,081.79 
7,147.38 



$ c. 

753.57 

6,878.79 

6,290.44 

2,292.00 

17,545.84 

5,216.68 
3,301.52 
1,243.85 
1,599.75 
397.03 

2,966.56 
15,304.43 
3,887.71 
5,472.38 
1,347.54 

5,450.90 

33,294.26 

7,611.78 

4,286.66 

11,722.79 

1,200.26 

42,293.22 

4,886.08 

332,830.02 

3,978.81 

3,056.81 
2,118.19 
10,530.26 
1,330.51 
1,853.67 

12,727.12 
1,788.68 
3,825.16 

75,063.22 
1,174.14 

1,971.19 
7,812.47 
8,555.56 
130,736.05 
9,612.91 



$ c. 

899.19 

17,081.75 

10,782.34 

3,109.77 

37,054.38 

10,422.86 

5,739.17 

1,561.19 

1,527.82 

333.32 

5,291.79 
36,395.38 

6,445.98 
10,683.86 

1,445.98 

5,955.12 
72,118.91 
15,655.78 

3,782.70 
18,255.80 

1,140.27 

90,948.10 

10,645.26 

961,030.73 

5,124.30 

5,498.08 
3,025.25 
21,633.40 
1,246.75 
3,974.84 

26,520.76 

3,146.39 

6,620.87 

182,090.28 

1,551.89 

3,454.39 

15,946.80 

13,080.29 

341,743.34 

15,998.20 



1933 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



155 



SYSTEM 



N.—COST OF POWER 



Municipality as the Cost — under Power Commission Act — of Power supplied to it 
reserve of the system and proportionately applied in reduction of such 
Municipality; and the amount remaining to be credited or 
supplied to it in the year ending October 31, 1932 



costs and fixed charges 



Renewals 



Sinking 
fund 



Total 
cost of 

power 
for year 



Amount 
appropriat- 
ed from 
contingency 
reserve 
and pro- 
portionate- 
ly applied 
in reduc- 
tion of such 
cost 



Amounts 

charged 

to each 

municipality 

in respect 

of power 

supplied 

to it in 

the year 



Amounts 
received 

from 

(or billed 

against) 

each 

municipality 

by the 
Commission 



Amounts remaining 

to be credited 

or charged to each 

municipality 



Credited 



Charged 



$ c. 

197.13 
2,360.92 
1,791.05 

501.53 
5,809.07 

1,791.79 

1,003.30 

300.82 

322.32 

74.38 

880.86 
5,076.78 
1,155.82 
1,879.02 

220.05 

1,172.79 

10,140.31 

2,831.54 

827.86 

3,506.96 

232.74 

12,871.32 

1,743.25 

126,708.28 

976.83 

946.83 
634.36 
3,084.98 
244.61 
583.26 

3,993.17 

581.29 

1,155.99 

25,500.02 

279.04 

569.67 

2,768.19 

2,215.21 

46,204.23 

2.692.38 



$ c. 

182.79 
3,210.34 
2,059.55 

595.93 
7,098.42 

2,028.43 

1,116.61 

309.60 

305 . 70 

67.58 

1,021.17 
6,790.42 
1,258.23 
2,067.35 
270.61 

1,181.69 

13,574.83 

3,057.77 

766.03 

3,617.13 

228.74 

17,103.23 

2,051.11 

177,920.44 

1,013.09 

1,061.93 
606.28 

4,044.34 
249.34 
742.68 

5,034.68 

613.33 

1,289.30 

34,182.64 

302.75 

662.40 
3,089.81 

2,524.55 

63,794.08 

3,114.27 



$ c. 

2,289.19 
38,733.16 
25,826.65 

7,922.91 
84,379.13 

23,964.73 

13,584.52 

.3,991.63 

4,208.66 

959.96 



12,410. 
82,222. 
15,356. 
24,501. 
3,995. 



15,782.26 
166,980.41 
35,447.72 
10,717.63 
43,775.71 

3,183.55 
210,646.36 

24,227.68 
2,125,645.05 

12,983.96 

12,782.62 
7,323.74 

50,307.29 
3,513.97 
9,169.12 

61,339.51 

7,345.84 

15,560.15 

412,020.67 

3,931.68 

8,123.86 

36,021.55 

31,975.57 

765,559.49 

38,565.14 



$ c. 
39.80 

1,427.70 
760.80 
220.90 

2,617.80 

699.00 

376.10 

89.40 

70.30 

13.60 

349.10 
2,894.60 
404.80 
682 . 60 
110.40 

313.70 

5,873.20 

976.10 

163.60 

1,035.40 

59.20 

7,359.40 

760.60 

81,794.40 

293 . 40 

344.30 

145.80 

1,709.00 

68.70 

312.60 

2,027.00 

188.70 

414.10 

14,769.00 

96.80 

227.50 

993.70 

868.90 

28,407.30 

1,109.00 



$ c. 

2,249.39 
37,305.46 
25,065.85 

7,702.01 
81,761.33 

23,265.73 

13,208.42 

3,902.23 

4,138.36 

946.36 

12,061.19 
79,327.78 
14,951.83 
23,819.29 
3,885.30 

15,468.56 
161,107.21 
34,471.62 
10,554.03 
42,740.31 

3,124.35 

203,286.96 

23,4.67.08 

2,043,850.65 

12,690.56 

12,438.32 
7,177.94 

48,598.29 
3,445.27 
8,856.52 

59,312.51 

7,157.14 

15,146.05 

397,251.67 

3,834.88 

7,896.36 

35,027.85 

31,106.67 

737,152.19 

37,456.14 



$ c. 

2,308.37 

38,785.24 

28,203.32 

' 8,850.52 

86,440.25 

23,807.27 

13,987.29 

4,728.64 

4,132.52 

995.46 

12,278.16 
85,335.69 
16,295.19 
23,891.52 
3,752.99 

15,878.66 
175,347.08 
34,163.28 
10,008.37 
42,218.22 

3,056.04 
.198,704.64 

25,115.60 
1,922,169.47 

13,003.28 

14,435.89 
7,708.65 

52,306.83 
3,312.34 
8,752.07 

56,755.38 
7,620.95 

16,676.76 

398,763.29 

4,280.33 

8,191.50 

39,011.82 

31,999.48 

789,438.34 

30,886.12 



$ c. 
58.98 
1,479.78 
3,137.47 
1,148.51 
4,678.92 

541.54 
778.87 
826.41 



49.10 

216.97 
6,007.91 
1,343.36 

72.23 



410.10 
14,239.87 



1.648.52 



312.72 

1,997.57 

530.71 

3,708.54 



463.81 
1,530.71 
1,511.62 

445.45 

295.14 

3,983.97 

892.81 

52,286.15 



5.84 



132.31 



308.34 
545.66 
522.09 

68.31 

4,582.32 



121,681.18 



132.93 
104.45 

2,557.13 



6,570.02 



156 



TWENTY-FIFTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 26 



NIAGARA 

Statement showing the amount chargeable (upon annual adjustment) to each 

by the Commission; the amount appropriated from the contingency 

cost; the amount received by the Commission from each 

charged to each Municipality in respect of power 





Interim rates 




Average 




Share of 


operating 












per 
horsepower 
collected by 
Commission 
during year 


Share of 


horse- 








Municipality 


capital cost 

of system on 

which 


power 
supplied 
in year 


Cost of 
power 


Operating, 
main- 
tenance 


Interest 




interest and 


after 


pur- 
chased 


and 


(including 






fixed charges 


correction 


adminis- 


exchange) 








To 


To 


are payable 


for power 




trative 






Jan. 1 


Oct. 31 




factor 




expenses 






1932 


1932 














$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 




$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


London twp 


34.00 


34.00 


84,169.30 


311.0 


2,004.36 


2,492.39 


4,362.06 


Long Branch . . . 


29.00 


29.00 


169,225.28 


667.7 


4,303.25 


4,592.65 


8,884.72 


Lucan 


37.00 


37.00 


. 41,829.08 


147.3 


949.33 


1,584.98 


2,114.38 


Lynden 


40.00 


40.00 


25,147.91 


S3. 3 


536.86 


819.39 


1,255.65 


Markham 


43.00 


43.00 


70,103.12 


229.3 


1,477.81 


3,277.01 


3,591.21 


Merlin 


45.00 


45.00 


35,994.31 


96.5 


621.93 


1,602.13 


1,803.92 


Merritton 


22.00 


23.00 


505,791.24 


2,584.4 


16,656.16 


10,848.75 


26,993.84 


Milton 


31.00 


34.00 


173.143.70 


621.6 


4,006.14 


5,978.29 


8,680.94 


Milverton 


34.00 


35.00 


96,451.12 


328.3 


2,115.86 


3,042.63 


4,838.82 


Mimico 


26.00 


26.00 


446,535.48 


1,964.8 


12,662.91 


9,584.78 


23,305.04 


Mitchell 


32.00 


33.00 


126,577.55 


464.5 


2,993.65 


3,897.37 


6,455.37 


Moorefield 


60.00 


61.00 


21,160.87 


43.5 


280.35 


958.01 


1,051.65 


Mount Brydges. 


45.00 


42.00 


27,112.20 


92.2 


594.22 


1,188.40 


1,387.76 


Newbury 


52.00 


52.00 


17,129.78 


40.9 


263 . 60 


963 . 20 


859.22 


New Hamburg. . 


33.00 


35.00 


131,468.31 


447.8 


2,886.02 


3,436.75 


6,657.67 


New Toronto. . . 


29.00 


30 00 


1,228,941.14 


4,868.6 


31,377.57 


27,693.13 


63,121.69 


Niagara Falls. . . 


19.00 


19.00 


1,538,190.07 


8,568.3 


55,221.71 


28,290.07 


81,812.90 


Niagara-on-Lake 


27.00 


27.00 


97,157.45 


473.3 


3,050.36 


3,473.92 


5,120.03 


Norwich 


34.00 


34.00 


97,530.69 


330.7 


2,131.32 


3,079.14 


4,832.43 


Oil Springs 


42.00 


45.00 


62,988.96 


173.2 


1,116.25 


2,377.25 


3,151.21 


Otterville 


43.00 


43.00 


28,350.63 


74.3 


478.85 


1,454.49 


1,360.84 


Palmerston 


38.00 


40.00 


131,719.83 


422.6 


2,723.61 


4,754.94 


6,695.30 


Paris 


28 00 


28 00 


281,098.12 
63,445.86 


1,172.9 


7,559.21 


7,170.25 


14,466.47 


Parkhill 


62.00 


62.00 


132.5 


853.95 


2,421.95 


3,155.00 


Petrolia 


40.00 


40.00 


290,515.81 


880.1 


5,672.14 


10,263.28 


14,682.75 


Plattsville. 


62.00 


62.00 


25,875.43 


62.2 


400.87 


1,069.92 


1,288.75 


Point Edward . . 


40.00 


40.00 


153,075.54 


537.2 


3,462.19 


6,361.66 


7,850.52 


Port Colborne. . 


28.00 


28.00 


317,925.72 


1,303.8 


8,402.84 


8,147.99 


16,523.29 


Port Credit 


32.00 


32.00 


129,463.15 


484.4 


3,121.90 


4,199.75 


6,677.10 


Port Dalhousie. . 


28.00 


30.00 


115,959.40 


477.5 


3,077.43 


3,338.98 


6,028.49 


Port Dover 


40.00 


40.00 


103,487.55 


325.5 


2,097.81 


4,004.43 


5,232.43 


Port Rowan .... 


80.00 


70.00 


35,180.76 


69.8 


449 . 85 


1,352.28 


1,747.20 


Port Stanley 


40.00 


40.00 


111,237.00 


356.1 


2,295.02 


3,846.50 


5,577.06 


Preston 


27.00 


27.00 


625,208.10 


2,669.2 


17,202.69 


15,152.39 


32,219.97 


Princeton 


55.00 


55.00 


39,678.26 


109.2 


703 . 78 


1,646.52 


2,011.30 


Queenston 


29.00 


29.00 


18,900.48 


85.4 


550.39 


648.65 


985.31 


Richmond Hill. . 


38.00 


38.00 


82,718.45 


286.4 


1,845.82 


2,514.55 


4,247.64 


Ridgetown 


38.00 


38 . 00 


121,885.92 


394.0 


2,539.28 


5,653.18 


6,188.12 


Riverside 


33.00 


33 . 00 


339,652.50 


1,147.0 


7,392.28 


7,215.16 


17,432.45 


Rockwood 


45.00 


45.00 


34,863.44 


100.6 


648.36 


1,017.21 


1,758.92 



933 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



157 



SYSTEM 



N.—COST OF POWER 



Municipality as the Cost — under Power Commission Act — of Power supplied to it 
reserve of the system and proportionately applied in reduction of such 
Municipality; and the amount remaining to be credited or 
supplied to it in the year ending October 31, 1932 



costs and fixed charges 



Renewals 



Sinking 
fund 



Total 
cost of 

power 
for year 



Amount 
appropriat- 
ed from 
contingency 
reserve 
and pro- 
portionate- 
ly applied 
in reduc- 
tion of such 
cost 



Amounts 
charged 
to each 
municipality 
in respect 
of power 
supplied 
to it in 
the year 



Amounts 
received 

from 

(or billed 

against) 

each 

municipality 

by the 
Commission 



Amounts remaining 

to be credited 

or charged to each 

municipality 



Credited Charged 



$ c 
686.20 
1,294.00 
354.56 
224.89 
554.19 

357.87 
2,957.66 
1,450.60 

828.30 
3,036.26 

1,024.45 
236.55 
235 . 82 
179.76 

1,139.26 

9,281.76 

7,907.63 

619.66 

816.26 

615.74 

267.99 
1,188.30 
2,051.98 

706.32 
2,685.70 

273.35 
1,276.47 
2,432.66 
1,047.58 

882.52 

936.02 
395.42 
990.81 
4,462.04 
393 . 65 

132.34 

648.37 

1,084.43 

2,891.89 

338.08 



$ c 
825.04 
1,652.66 
411.50 
248.48 
674.13 

360.27 
4,827.11 
1,703.56 

947.77 
4,321.56 

1,237.43 
214.60 
267.33 
172.41 

1,293.41 

11,942.68 

14,540.1 

931.54 

937.08 

630.13 

269.93 
1,305.69 
2,728.10 

642.10 
2,890.84 

260.17 
1,509.82 
3,097.57 
1,269.40 
1,127.77 

1,014.42 

354.22 

1,088.65 

6,066.56 

396.23 

182.50 

811.23 

1,206.49 

3,353.53 

347.61 



$ c 

10,370.05 

20,727.28 

5,414.75 

3,085.27 

9,574.35 

4,746.12 
62,283.52 
.21,819.53 
11,773.38 
52,910.55 

15,608.27 
2,741.16 
3,673.53 
2,438.19 

15,413.11 

143,416.83 

187,772.49 

13,195.51 

11,796.23 

7,890.58 

3,832.10 
16,667.84 
33,976.01 

7,779.32 
36,194.71 

3,293.06 
20,460.66 
38,604.35 
16,315.73 
14,455.19 

13,285.11 

4,298.97 

13,798.04 

75,103.65 

5,151.48 

2,499.19 
10,067.61 
16,671.50 
38,285.31 

4,110.18 



$ c 
311.00 
667 . 70 
147.30 
83.30 
229.30 

96.50 

2,584.40 

621.60 

328.30 

1,964.80 

464.50 
43.50 
92.20 
40.90 

447 . 80 

4,868.60 

8,568.30 

473.30 

330.70 

173.20 

74.30 

422.60 

1,172.90 

132.50 

880.10 

62.20 

537.20 

1,303.80 

484.40 

477.50 

325.50 

69.80 

356.10 

2,669.20 

109.20 

85.40 

286.40 

394.00 

1,147.00 

100.60 



$ c 

10,059.05 

20,059.58 

5,267.45 

3,001.97 

9,345.05 

4,649.6? 
59,699.12 
21,197.93 
11,445.08 
50,945 . 75 

15,143.77 
2,697.66 
3,581.33 
2,397.29 

14,965.31 

138,548.23 

179,204.19 

12,722.21 

11,465.53 

7,717.38 

3,757.80 

16,245.24 

32,803.11 

' 7,646.82 

35,314.61 

3,230.86 
19,923.46 
37,300.55 
15,831.33 
13,977.69 

12,959.61 

4,229.17 
13,441.94 
72,434.45 

5,042.28 

2,413.79 

9,781.21 

16,277.50 

37,138.31 

4,009.58 



$ c. 

11,138.46 

19,693.44 

5,450.38 

3,346.4,2 

10,389.09 

4,595.51 
59,044.93 
22,020.52 
11,429.13 
51,941.55 

16,192.50 
2,737.14 
4,119.91 
2,248.03 

15,521.77 

145,205.18 

162,797.47 

12,780.19 

11,243.21 

8,152.71 

3,371.33 
16,757.05 
34,988.93 

8,326.18 
36,631.65 

4,046.88 
22,617.12 
38,919.30 
15,578.35 
14,195.26 

13,227.15 

5,014.49 

15,073.64 

72,128.41 

6,030.96 

2,516.31 
11,494.85 
15,854.15 
40,317.30 

4,528.47 



$ c. 
1,079.41 



182.93 

344.45 

1,044.04 



822.59 



995 8 

1,048.73 
39. 4S 

538.58 



556.46 



6,656.95 



57.98 
435.33 



511.81 
2,185.82 

679.36 
1,317.04 

816.02 
2,693.66 
1,618.75 



217.57 

267.54 

785.32 
1,631.70 



988.68 

102.52 
1,713.64 



3,178.99 
518.89 



366.14 



54.11 
654.19 



15.95 



149.26 



16,406.72 



222.32 



386.47 



252.98 



306.04 



423.35 



]'j8 



TWENTY-FIFTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 26 



NIAGARA 

Statement showing the amount chargeable (upon annual adjustment) to each 

by the Commission; the amount appropriated from the contingency 

cost; the amount received by the Commission from each 

charged to each Municipality in respect of power 



Municipality 



Interim rates 

per 
horsepower 
collected by 
Commission 
during year 



To 

Jan. 1 

1932 



To 

Oct. 31 

1932 



Share of 
capital cost 
of system on 

which 
interest and 
fixed charges 
are payable 



Average 
horse- 
power 
supplied 
in year 
after 
correction 
for power 
factor 



Cost of 
power 
pur- 
chased 



Share of operating 



Operating, 
main- 
tenance 

and 
adminis- 
trative 
expenses 



Interest 
(including 
exchange) 



Rodney 

St. Catharines. 
St. Clair Beach 

St. George 

St. Jacobs 

St. Marys 

St. Thomas 

Sandwich 

Sarnia 

Scarboro twp . . 

Seaforth 

Simcoe 

Springfield . . . 
Stamford twp. . 
Stoufifville 

Stratford 

Strathroy 

Sutton 

Tavistock 

Tecumseh 

Thamesford . . . 
Thamesville. . . 

Thedford 

Thorndale 

Thorold 

Tilbury. ...... 

Tillsonburg. . . . 

Toronto 

Toronto twp. . . 
Walkerville. . . . 

Wallaceburg. . . 
Wardsville. . . . 
Waterdown. . . . 

Waterford 

Waterloo 

Watford 

Welland 

Wellesley . . 
West Lome . . . 
Weston 



$ c. 
45.00 
21.50 
38.00 
40.00 
32.00 

34.00 
28.00 
30.00 
34.00 
32.00 

34.00 
31.00 
46.00 
21.00 
47.00 

30.00 
34.00 
60.00 
34.00 
35.00 

40.00 
40.00 
68.00 
62.00 
24.00 

38.00 
33.00 
26.10 
32.00 
28.00 

35.00 
65.00 
31.00 
32.00 
27.00 

55.00 
23.00 
45.00 
38.00 
28.00 



$ c. 
45.00 
21.50 
38.00 
40.00 
32.00 

34.00 
28.00 
32.00 
34.00 
32.00 

35.00 
31.00 
48.00 
21.00 
47.00 

30.00 
34.00 
60.00 
36.00 
37.00 

40.00 
40.00 
72.00 
65.00 
25.00 

38.00 
33.00 
26.10 
32.00 
28.00 

36.00 
60.00 
34.00 
32.00 
27.00 

55.00 
23.00 
45.00 
40.00 
28.00 



$ c. 

51,020.41 
1,547,565.36 
27,510.62 
41,816.48 
43,287.58 

387,364.67 
1,290,601.12 

85^,787.93 
1,976,769.54 

754,359.49 

134,528.77 
364,639.95 

26,661.51 
310,686.04 

64,789.84 

1,782,304.05 

248,012.70 

71,974.50 

140,439.85 

113,801.59 

45,583.81 
50,402.78 
30,872.54 
21,367.26 
393,624.88 

142,370.77 

232,192.02 

59,298,457.14 

396,890.69 

1,867,828.79 

508,854.65 
15,001.37 
59,965.46 
98,603.79 

668,828.15 

81,711.86 

814,794.00 

41,115.73 

33,694.87 

578,049.70 



134.0 

7,807.8 

85.3 

132.7 

156.8 

1,429.1 
5,469.8 
2,966.5 
6,837.4 
2,712.7 

461.3 

1,422.9 

63.9 

1,732.4 

180.3 

7,216.8 
909.5 
166.9 
482.4 
363.5 



143 

165 

56 

43 

1,885 



474.8 

810.6 

249,574.3 

1,542.0 

7,200.1 

1,627.0 

32.7 

223.7 

367.9 

2,754.9 

196.8 

3,970.2 

107.0 

107.3 

2,472.5 



$ c. 
863.61 
50,320.38 
549.75 
855.24 
1,010.56 

9,210.39 
35,252.23 
19,118.75 
44,066.26 
17,483.04 

2,973.03 

9,170.43 

411.83 

11,165.12 

1,162.01 

46,511.45 
5,861.62 
1,075.65 
3,109.01 

2,342.72 

925.49 

1,066.63 

363.49 

280.35 

12,149.90 

3,060.03 

5,224.22 

1,608,477.76 

9,938.02 

46,403.82 

10,485.83 

210.75 

1,441.72 

2,371.07 

17,755.01 

1,268.35 

25,587.48 

689.60 

691.54 

15,934.98 



$ c. 

2,264.06 

34,199.42 

801.18 
1,950.79 
1,195.04 

12,377.04 
30,572.27 
19,020.72 
48,809.57 
15,803.69 

4,300.03 
11,259.21 
1,139.11 
6,412.72 
2,457.17 

43,136.25 
7,179.65 
2,740.47 
5,762.55 
2,921.97 

1,679.75 
2,506.06 
1,699.62 
1,034.22 
9,447.92 

4,788.24 

6,875.86 

1,054,678.50 

11,685.60 

38,013.15 

14,685.94 

926.79 

1,565.14 

3,107.45 

14,854.65 

3,938.80 

17,991.08 

1,865.48 

1,385.98 

12,609.96 



$ c. 
2,547.68 
81,705.09 
1,402.93 
2,116.33 
2,210.84 

19,795.38 
65,785.41 
43,703.55 
101,293.49 
38,393.13 

6,761.81 
18,651.44 

1,316.46 
16,631.08 

3,289.68 

92,063.94 

12,695.55 

3,627.38 

7,081.39 

5,823.59 

2,301.25 
2,562.01 
1,495.94 
1,049.97 

20,833.35 

7,257.47 

11,782.26 

3.082,150.21 

20,596.98 

96,077.64 

25,784.45 

750.75 

3,068.51 

5,013.25 

34,389.41 

4,093.16 

42,856.17 

2,042.76 

1,625.23 

29,914.87 






1933 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



159 



SYSTEM 



N.—COST OF POWER 



Municipality as the Cost — under Power Commission Act — of Power supplied to it 
reserve of the system and proportionately applied in reduction of such 
Municipality; and the amount remaining to be credited or 
supplied to it in the year ending October 31, 1932 



costs and fixed charges 



Renewals 



Sinking 
fund 



Total 
cost of 

power 
for year 



Amount 
appropriat- 
ed from 
contingency 
reserve 
and pro- 
portionate- 
ly applied 
in reduc- 
tion of such 
cost 



Amounts 

charged 

to each 

municipality 

in respect 

of power 

supplied 

to it in 

the year 



Amounts 
received 

from 

(or billed 

against) 

each 

municipality 

by the 
Commission 



Amounts remaining 

to be credited 

or charged to each 

municipality 



Credited 



Charged 



$ . c. 
509 . 24 
9,242.03 
248.83 
381.03 
357.55 

3,070.53 
8,925.86 
7,080.15 
16,672.81 
5,583.62 

1,149.61 
2,772.75 

277.93 
1,594.08 

603 . 49 

13,274.61 

2,034.81 

738.63 

1,176.77 

1,008.90 

417.03 
443 . 75 
345.70 
239.81 

2,527.58 

1,239.86 

1,972.19 

379,243.69 

3,093.49 

14,189.08 

4,564.04 
163.30 
492.20 
784.99 

4,907.78 

848.78 

5,178.69 

417.76 

300.75 

4.064.47 



$ c. 
505 . 40 
14,798.50 
273.10 
413.16 
423.86 

3,792.24 
12,304.05 

8,393.06 
19,515.83 

7,292.40 

1,321.71 
3,508.54 

265 . 66 
2,936.51 

647.81 

17,370.83 

2,432.43 

726.04 

1,364.32 

1,127.65 

451.27 
498.53 
307.11 
216.37 
3,780.97 

1,406.92 

2,276.84 

576,524.90 

3,879.89 

18,268.29 

5,042.49 
151.59 

588.84 

954.94 

6,482.31 

820.68 

7,812.00 

411.23 

329.57 

5,609.27 



$ c. 
6,689.99 
190,265.42 
3,275.79 
5,716.55 
5,197.85 

48,245.58 
152,839.82 

97,316.23 
230,357.96 

84,555 . 88 

16,506.19 
45,362.37 

3,410.99 
38,739.51 

8,160.16 

212,357.08 

30,204.06 

8,908.17 

18,494.04 

13,224.83 

5,774.79 
7,076.98 
4,211.86 
2,820.72 
48,739.72 

17,752.52 
28,131.37 

6,701,075.06 
49,193.98 

212,951.98 

60,562.75 

2,203.18 

7,156.41 

12,231.70 

78,389.16 

10,969.77 

99,425.42 

5,426.83 

4,333.07 

68,133.55 



$ c. 
134.00 
7,807.80 
85.30 
132.70 
156.80 

1,429.10 
5,469.80 
2,966.50 
6,837.40 
2,712.70 

461.30 

1,422.90 

63.90 

1,732.40 

180.30 

7,216.80 
909.50 
166.90 
482 . 40 
363.50 

143.60 

165.50 

56.40 

43.50 

1,885.20 

474.80 

810.60 

249,574.30 

1,542.00 

7,200.10 

1,627.00 

32.70 

223.70 

367.90 

2,754.90 

196.80 

3,970.20 

107.00 

107.30 

2,472.50 



$ c 
6,555.99 
182,457.62 
3,190.49 
5,583.85 
5,041.05 

46,816.48 
147,370.02 

94,349.73 
223,520.56 

81,843.18 

16,044.89 
43,939 47 

3,347.09 
37,007.11 

7,979.86 

205,140.28 

29,294.56 

8,741.27 

18,011.64 

12,861.33 

5,631.19 

6,911.48 

4,155.46 

' 2,777.22 

46,854.52 

17,277.72 

27,320.77 

6,451,500.76 

47,651.98 

205,751.88 

58,935.75 

2,170.48 

6,932.71 

11,863.80 

75,634.26 

10,772.97 

95,455.22 

5,319.83 

4,225.77 

65,661.05 



$ c 
6,119.49 
169,626.54 
3,440.05 
5,610.05 
5,335.41 

49,392.63 
163,054.11 

99,909.22 
246,967.56 

86,804.76 

16,323.34 
46,840.89 

3,227.17 
36,380.72 

8,950.86 

230,000.47 
32,780.12 
10,015.00 
17,493.87 
14,145.20 

6,076.02 

. 6,714.72 

4,211.53 

2,947.47 

47,574.34 

19,105.07 

28,459.23 

6,513,889.35 

49,345 . 84 

215,498.71 

59,701.50 

2,017.50 

7,947.25 

12,500.05 

79,423.00 

11,397.64 

91,314.35 

5,098.11 

4,294.13 

69,230.30 



249.56 

26.20 

294.36 

2,576.15 
15,684.09 

5,559.49 
23,447.00 

4,961.58 

278.45 
2,901.42 



971.00 

24,860.19 
3,485.56 
1.273.73 



1.283.87 



444.83 



56.07 
170.25 
719.82 

1,827.35 
1,138.46 
62,388.59 
1,693.86 
9,746.83 

765.75 



1,014.54 

636.25 

3,788.74 

624.67 



68.36 
3,569.25 



$ c 

436.50 

12.831.08 



119.92 
626.39 



517.77 



196.76 



152.98 



4,140.87 
221.72 



160 



TWENTY-FIFTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 26 



NIAGARA 

Statement showing the amount chargeable (upon annual adjustment) to each 

by the Commission; the amount appropriated from the contingency 

cost; the amount received by the Commission from each 

charged to each Municipality in respect of power 





Interim rates 




Average 




Share ol 


operating 












per 
horsepower 
collected by 


Share of 


horse- 










capital cost 


power 


Cost of 


Operating, 




Municipality 


Commission 
during year 


of system on 
which 


supplied 
in year 


power 


main- 
tenance 


Interest 




interest and 
fixed charges 


after 


pur- 
chased 


and 
adminis- 


(including 
exchange) 








correction 






To 


To 


are payable 


for power 




trative 






Jan. 1 


Oct. 31 




factor 




expenses 






1932 


1932 














$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 




$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c 


Wheatley 


51.00 


51.00 


63,020.76 


148.5 


957.07 


2,052.59 


3,168.96 


Windsor 


28.00 


28.00 


5,711,157.26 


22,076.7 


142,281.80 


112,737.07 


294,017.83 


Woodbridge .... 


35.00 


35.00 


85,126.00 


292.8 


1,887.06 


2,548.56 


4,337.73 


Woodstock 


27.00 


27.00 


1,163,803.29 


4,763.3 


30,698.92 


26,862.16 


59,821.11 


Wyoming 


54.00 


54.00 


25,690.53 


60.4 


389.27 


1,655.05 


1,282.77 


York East twp. . 


32.00 


32.00 


1,165,629.05 


4,883.9 


31,476.18 


46,613.25 


61,090.06 


York North twp. 


32.00 


32.00 


672,254.52 


2,489.1 


16,041.96 


20,307.85 


34,982.24 


Zurich 


62.00 


62.00 


41,568.40 


84.7 


545.88 


1,595.63 


2,059.70 


Toronto Transportation Comm. 


128,290.08 


513.3 


3,308.16 


3,609.81 


5,961.27 


Sandwich, Windsor and Am- 












herstburg Railway Company. 


770,676.74 


2,915.6 


18,790.71 


15,579.89 


39,862.65 


Windsor, Essex and Lake Shore 












Railway Association 


228,738.88 


669.1 


4,312.27 


4,718.74 


11,737.73 


Rural Power Districts 












Acton R.P.D. — Erin, Esques- 












ing and Nassagaweya twps. . 


2,915.91 


10.0 


64.45 


75.81 


150.62 


Ailsa Craig R.P.D.— Lobo, 












McGillivray and Williams E. 












twps 


1,937.98 


5.6 


36.10 


65.25 


99.49 


Alvinston R.P.D. — Brooke 












twp 


2,428.92 


3.2 


20.62 


111.97 


120.40 


Amherstburg R.P.D.— Ander- 












don, Colchester N., Colches- 












ter S. and Maiden twps 


171,418.21 


540.9 


3,486.03 


4,395.96 


8,740.88 


Aylmer R.P.D. — Bayham 












Dereham, Dorchester N., 












Dorchester S., Malahide, and 












Yarmouth twps 


79,073.11 


263.7 


1,699.52 


2,030.26 


3,998.56 


Ayr R.P.D.— Blenheim, Dum- 












fries N. and Dumfries S. twps 


9,308.51 


35.5 


228.78 


293.79 


481.78 


Baden R.P.D. — Blandford, 












Blenheim, Easthope N., East- 












hope S., Waterloo, Wellesley, 












Wilmot, and Zorra E. twps.. 


90,638.54 


329.2 


2,121.65 


2,192.73 


4,666.63 


Beamsville R.P.D. — Caister, 












Clinton, Gainsborough, 












Grimsby N., Grimsby S., 












Louth, Pelham, and Wainfleet 












twps 


269,350.05 


1,022.1 


6,587.32 


7,238.74 


13,958.93 


Belle River R.P.D.— Maid- 












stone and Rochester twps. . 


74,694.37 


253 . 2 


1,631.84 


2,073.75 


3,817.77 


Blenheim R.P.D. — Raleigh 












and Harwich twps 


36,588.93 


117.7 


758.56 


1,337.41 


1,867.85 



1933 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



161 



SYSTEM 



N.—COST OF POWER 



Municipality as the Cost — under Power Commission Act — of Power supplied to it 
reserve of the system and proportionately applied in reduction of such 
Municipality; and the amount remaining to be credited or 
supplied to it in the year ending October 31, 1932 



costs and fixed charges 



Renewals 



Sinking 
fund 



Total 
cost of 

power 
for year 



Amount 
appropriat 

ed from 

contingency 

reserve 

and pro- 
portionate- 
ly applied 

in reduc- 
tion of such 
cost 



Amounts 
charged 
to each 
municipality 
in respect 
of power 
supplied 
to it in 
the year 



Amounts 
received 

from 

(or billed 

against) 

each 

municipality 

by the 
Commission 



Amounts remaining 

to be credited 

or charged to each 

municipality 



Credited Charged 



$ c. 
658.25 
43,267.36 
729.55 
8,540.82 
270.30 


7,499 

5,026 

467 


74 
80 
03 


976.62 


5,960.67 


2,147 


10 


25 


37 


18.69 


30 


36 


1,532 


53 


682 


71 


74.11 


746.69 


2,213 


11 


632 


77 


326 


74 



$ c. 

633.44 
55,846.04 

838.52 
11,239.45 

258.75 


11,336 

6,600 

421 


96 
10 

37 


1,251 


44 


7,548.46 


2,279 


27 


28 


77 


19 


32 


24.97 


1,699 


93 


770.37 


91 


02 


887 


09 


2,639.09 


736.36 


362 


.37 



$ c. 

7,470.31 

648,150.10 

10,341.42 

137,162.46 

3,856.14 

158,016.19 

82,958.95 

5,089.61 

15,107.30 

87,742.38 

25,195.11 



345.02 

238.85 
308.32 

19,855.33 

9,181.42 
1,169.48 

10,614.79 

32,637.19 
8,892.49 
4,652.93 



$ c. 

148.50 

22,076.70 

292 . 80 

4,763.30 

60.40 

4,883.90 

2,489.10 

84.70 

513.30 

2,915.60 

669.10 



10.00 

5.60 
3.20 

540.90 

263.70 
35.50 

329.20 

862 10 
253.20 
117.70 



$ c. 

7,321.81 

626,073.40 

10,048.62 

132,399.16 

3,795.74 

153,132.29 

80,469.85 

5,004.91 

14,594.00 

84,826.78 

24,526.01 



335.02 

233.25 
305.12 

. 19;314.43 

8,917.72 
1,133.98 

10,285.59 



31,775.09 
8,639.29 
4,535.23 



$ c. 

8,021.89 

664,737.02 

10,340.48 

137,373.13 

3,441.36 

156,283.97 

79,651.71 

5,541.21 

16,313.42 

84,826.78 

24,526.01 



335.02 

233.25 
305.12 

19,314.43 

8,917.72 
1,133.98 

10,285.59 



31,775.09 
8,639.29 
4,535.23 



$ c. 

700.08 

38,663.62 

291.86 

4,973.97 



3,151.68 



536.30 
1,719.42 



see page 



354.38 



818.14 



171 



162 



TWENTY-FIFTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 26 



NIAGARA 

Statement showing the amount chargeable (upon annual adjustment) to each 

by the Commission; the amount appropriated from the contingency 

cost; the amount received by the Commission from each 

charged to each Municipality in respect of power 



Rural Power District 



Share of 

capital 

cost of 

system on 

which 

interest 

and 

fixed 
charges 

are 
payable 



Average 
horse- 
power 

supplied 
in year 

after cor- 
rection 

for power 
factor 



Share of operating 



Cost of 


Operating, 


power 


main- 


pur- 


tenance 


chased 


and 




adminis- 




trative 




expenses 



Interest 
(including 
exchange) 



Bond Lake R.P.D — King, Markham, 
Yaughan, Whitchurch, York N. twps.. 

Bothwell R.P.D.— Aldborough, Ekfrid, 
Mosa, Orford and Zone twps 

Brampton R.P.D. — Chinguacousy and 
Toronto twps 

Brant R.P.D. — Blenheim, Brantford, 
Burford, Dumfries S., Oakland and 
Onondaga twps , 

Brigden R.P.D. — Moore and Sombra 
twps 

Burford R.P.D.— Brantford, Burford, 
Oakland,Townsend and Windham twps. 

Caledonia R.P.D. — Ancaster, Barton, 
Binbrook, Caistor, Glanford, Grimsby 
S., Oneida, Onondaga and Seneca twps. 

Chatham R.P.D.— Chatham, Dover E., 
Harwich and Raleigh twps 

Chippawa R.P.D. — Bertie, Crowland 
and Willoughby twps 

Clinton R.P.D.— Goderich, Hay, Hullett, 
Stanley and Tuckersmith twps 

Delaware R.P.D. — Caradoc, Delaware, 
Ekfrid, Lobo, London, Southwold and 
Westminster twps 

Dorchester R.P.D. — Dorchester N., Dor- 
chester S., London, Nissouri E., Nis- 
souri W., Oxford N., Westminster and 
Yarmouth twps 

Dresden R. P. D. — Camden, Chatham 
Gore and Dawn twps 

Drumbo R.P.D.— Blandford, Blenheim 
and Burford twps 

Dundas R. P. D. — Ancaster, Beverly, 
Flamboro W., Flamboro E., Glanford 
and Nelson twps 

Dunnville R.P.D. — Canborough, Dunn 
and Moulton twps 

Dutton R.P.D.— Aldborough and Dun- 
wich twps 

Elmira R.P.D.— Peel, Pilkington and 
Woolwich twps 

Elora R.P.D.—Garafraxa W., Nichol, 
Peel and Pilkington twps 

Essex R.P.D.— Colchester N., Gosfield 
N., Gosfield S., Maidstone, Mersea, 
Rochester and Sandwich S. twps 



$ c. 
254,782.59 

41,905.93 

29,796.51 

106,377.35 
17,990.13 

39,890.76 

72,868.86 

108,333.18 

20,716.80 

41,075.63 

73,471.14 

89,370.77 

12,141.25 
28,296.31 

123,060.48 

8,607.80 
35,814.88 
21,554.08 
33,695.12 

61,828.45 



803.6 


$ c. 
5,179.11 


113.5 


731.50 


118.8 


765.65 


429.6 


2,768.72 


36.5 


235.23 


143.1 


922.26 


277.5 


1,788.46 


413.5 


2,664.96 


99.6 


641.91 


121.5 


783.05 


273.3 


1,761.39 


306.5 


1,975.36 


35.1 


226.22 


75.2 


484.66 


512.2 


3,301.08 


31.8 


204.95 


117.2 


755.34 


73.1 


471.12 


110.6 


712.80 


208.7 


1,34505 



$ c 
7,663.40 

1,942.17 

1,357.09 

3,693.53 
667.96 

1,231.74 

1,954.09 

2,876.42 

452.01 

1,543.52 

1,925.56 

2,394.06 

363.09 

1,026.02 

2,442.75 

231.32 

1,260.13 

488.74 

909.69 

1,490.93 



$ c. 
13,017.84 

2,121.75 

1,548.56 

5,538.25 
906.72 

2,068.21 

3,784.29 
5,595.61 
1,076.44 
2,091.68 

3,776.09 

4,544.63 

621.72 

1,420.71 

6,408.20 

448.30 
1,821.59 
1,111.03 
1,728.39 

3,168.23 



1933 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



163 



SYSTEM 



N.—COST OF POWER 



Municipality as the Cost — under Power Commission Act — of Power supplied to it 
reserve of the system and proportionately applied in reduction of such 
Municipality; and the amount remaining to be credited or 
supplied to it in the year ending October 31, 1932 



costs and fixed charges 


Total 

cost of 

power 

for year 


Amount 
appropriat- 
ed from 
contingency 
reserve 
and pro- 
portionate- 
ly applied 
in reduc- 
tion ofsuch 
cost 


Amounts 

charged 

to each 

municipality 

in respect 

of power 

supplied 

to it in 

the year 


Amounts 
received 

from 

(or billed 

against) 

each 

municipality 

by the 
Commission 






Renewals 


Sinking 
fund 


Amounts reuiaimn 

to be credited 

or charged to each 

municipality 




Credited 


Charged 


$ c. 
2,162.70 


$ c. 
2,517.33 


$ c. 
30,540.38 


S c. 
803.60 


$ c. 
29,736.78 


$ c 
29,736.78 


see page 


171 


414.44 


419.17 


5,629.03 


113.50 


5,515.53 


5,515.53 




a 


227.60 


290.74 


4,189.64 


118.80 


4,070.84 


4,070.84 




" 


806.66 


1,037.89 


13,845.05 


429.60 


13,415.45 


13,415.45 




a 


203.07 


184.24 


2,197.22 


36.50 


2,160.72 


2,160.72 




K 


336.30 


393.17 


4,951.68 


143.10 


4,808.58 


4,808.58 




a 


586.06 


713.26 


8,826.16 


277.50 


8,548.66 


8,548.66 




a 


844.94 


1,060.41 


13,042.34 


413.50 


12,628.84 


12,628.84 




u 


134.46 


198.88 


2,503.70 


99.60 


2,404.10 


2,404.10 




u 


387.19 


407.37 


5,212.81 


121.50 


5,091.31 


5,091.31 




a 


595.63 


719.82 


8,778.49 


273.30 


8,505.19 


8,505.19 




u 


771.78 


880.14 


10,565.97 


306.50 


10,259.47 


10,259.47 




a 


115.91 


121.03 


1,447.97 


35.10 


1,412.87 


1,412.87 


see page 


173 


285.63 


283.08 


3,500.10 


75.20 


3,424.90 


3,424.90 




a 


911.87 


1,195.84 


14,259.74 


472.20 


13,787.54 


13,787.54 




a 


72.54 


84.49 


1,041.60 


31.80 


1,009.80 


1,009.80 




a 


313.64 


349.55 


4,500.25 


117.20 


4,383.05 


4,383.05 




a 


187.27 


212.05 


2,470.21 


73.10 


2,397.11 


2,397.11 




tt 


302.52 


333 . 66 


3,987.06 


110.60 


3,876.46 


3,876.46 




tt 


526.60 


610.48 


7,141.29 


208 . 70 


6,932.59 


6,932.59 




a 



164 



TWENTY-FIFTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 26 



NIAGARA 

Statement showing the amount chargeable (upon annual adjustment) to each 

by the Commission; the amount appropriated from the contingency 

cost; the amount received by the Commission from each 

charged to each Municipality in respect of power 



Rural Power District 



Share of 

capital 

cost of 

system on 

which 

interest 

and 

fixed 

charges 

are 
payable 



Average 
horse- 
power 

supplied 
in year 

after cor- 
rection 

for power 
factor 



Cost of 
power 
pur- 
chased 



Share of operating 



Operating, 
main- 
tenance 

and 
adminis- 
trative 
expenses 



Interest 
(including 
exchange) 



Exeter R.P.D. — Biddulph, Bosanquet, 

Hay, Hibbert, Stephen, Tuckersmith 

and Usborne twps 

Forest R.P.D. — Adelaide, Bosanquet, 

Plympton, Warwick and Williams W. 

twps 

Gait R.P.D. — Beverly, Dumfries N. and 

Dumfries S. twps 

Georgetown R. P. D. — Chinguacousy, 

Erin and Esquesing twps 

Goderich R.P.D.— Ashfield, Colborne, 

Goderich and Wawanosh W. twps. . . . 

Grantham R. P. D. — Grantham and 

Niagara twps 

Guelph R.P.D. — Eramosa, Guelph, Nas- 

sagaweya and Puslinch twps 

Haldimand R.P.D.— Cayuga N., Oneida, 

Rainham, Seneca and Walpole twps. . . 
Harriston R.P.D.— Howick and Minto 

twps 

Harrow R.P.D.— Colchester N., Col 

Chester S., Gosfield S. and Maiden twps 

Ingersoll R.P.D. — Dereham, Dorchester 
N., Nissouri E., Oxford N., Oxford W 
Zorra E. and Zorra W. twps 

Jordan R.P.D. — Grantham, Louth, Pel- 
ham and Thorold twps 

Keswick R.P.D. — Georgina, Gwillimbury 
N. and Gwillimbury E. twps 

Kingsville R.P.D.— Gosfield N., Gosfield 
S., Mersea and Romney twps 

Listowel R.P.D. — Elma, Grey, Mary- 
borough, Mornington, Peel, Wallace 
and Wellesley twps 

London R.P.D. — Delaware, Lobo, Lon- 
don, Nissouri W. and Westminster twps 

Lucan R. P. D. — Biddulph, London 
McGillivray and Stephen twps 

Lynden R. P. D. — Ancaster, Beverly 
Brantford and Dumfries S. twps 

Markham R.P.D. — Markham, Pickering 
Scarboro, Uxbridge and Whitchurch 
twps 

Merlin R.P.D. — Raleigh, Romney and 
Tilbury E. twps 

Milton R.P.D. — Esquesing, Nassaga- 
weya, Nelson and Trafalgar twps. . . 



$ c. 




$ c. 


90,615.95 


252.3 


1,626.04 


13,615.58 


32.5 


209.46 


40,343.03 


165.7 


1,067.92 


36,573.61 


116.0 


747.61 


35,670.92 


77.9 


502.06 


126,184.08 


578.1 


3-.725.80 


99,594.68 


364.0 


2,345.94 


65,686.51 


210.5 


1,356.65 


6,469.28 


16.9 


108.92 


118,495.80 


369.4 


2,380.74 


91,209.82 


301.8 


1,945.07 


56,976.72 


262.2 


1,689.85 


139,678.41 


376.9 


2,429.08 


178,944.24 


564.6 


3,638.78 


35,222.23 


119.7 


771.45 


370,830.93 


1,368.0 


8,816.60 


16,227.33 


57.2 


368.65 


51,148.75 


173.6 


1,118.83 


107,783.02 


361.5 


2,329.83 


61,224.57 


161.9 


1,043.43 


39,637.83 


140.7 


906.80 



$ 


c. 


2,576 


71 


570 


75 


z,023 


92 


885 


30 


1,482 


82 


4,037 


96 


2,273 


46 


1,785 


21 


239 


69 


2,838 


68 


2,527 


66 


1,200 


13 


4,930.48 


4,296.57 


1,108 


76 


8,106 


99 


467 


56 


1,429 


15 


3,186 


79 


2,358 


92 


1,515 


30 



$ c. 
4,562.42 

673.21 
2,099.82 
1,874.64 
1,757.46 

6,622.09 
5,168.92 
3,381.74 
329.62 
6,074.64 

4,653.46 
3,000.43 
7,139.41 
9,099.22 

1,813.88 

18,493.56 

830 . 48 

2,618.05 

5,507.93 
3,113.61 

2.047.56 



1933 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



165 



SYSTEM N.—COST OF POWER 

Municipality as the Cost — under Power Commission Act — of Power supplied to it 
reserve of the system and proportionately applied in reduction of such 
Municipality; and the amount remaining to be credited or 
supplied to it in the year ending October 31, 1932 



costs and fixed charges 



Renewals 



Sinking 
fund 



Total 

cost of 

power 

for year 



Amount 
appropriat- 
ed from 
contingency 
reserve 
and pro- 
portionate- 
ly applied 
in reduc- 
tion of such 
cost 



Amounts 

charged 

to each 

municipality 

in respect 
of power 
supplied 
to it in 
the year 



Amounts 
received 

from 

(or billed 

against) 

each 

municipality 

by the 
Commission 



Amounts remaining 

to be credited 

or charged to each 

municipality 



Credited 



Charged 



$ c. 
882 . 63 

137.50 
299.33 
335.42 
378.32 

858.40 

824.90 

600.63 

65.51 

1,067.97 

802.19 

384.58 

1,336.29 

1,600.67 

305 . 16 

2,832.20 
137.34 
449.76 

867.01 
612.95 

335 . 03 



$ c. 
898.14 

133.66 
392.29 
362.62 
352.50 

1,215.91 

978.11 

650.62 

64.84 

1,175.94 

895.64 

549.06 

1,406.68 

1,675.11 

347.78 

3,498.33 
159.55 
504.57 

1,058.10 
613.25 



$ c. 
10,545.94 

1,724.58 
5,883.28 
4,205.59 
4,473.16 

16,460.16 

11,591.33 

7,774.85 

808.58 

13,537.97 

10,824.02 

6,824.05 

17,241.94 

20,310.35 

4,347.03 

41,747.68 
1,963.58 
6,120.36 

12,949.66 
7,742.16 



390.30 5,194.99 



$ c. 
252.30 

32.50 
165.70 
116.00 

77.90 

448.10 
364.00 
210.50 
16.90 
369.40 

301.80 
262.20 
376.90 
564.60 

119.70 

1,368.00 

57.20 

173.60 

361.50 
161.90 



$ c. 
10,293.64 

1,692.08 

5,717.58 
4,089.59 
4,395.26 

16,012.06 

11,227.33 

7,564.35 

791.68 

13,168.57 

10,522.22 

6,561.85 

16,865.04 

19,745.75 

4,227.33 

40,379.68 
1,906.38 
5,946.76 

12,588.16 
7,580.26 



140.70 5,054.29 



$ c. 


$ c. 


10,293.64 


see page 


1,692.08 


« 


5,717.58 


« 


4,089.59 


u 


4,395.26 


" 


16,012.06 


a 


11,227.33 


a 


7,564.35 


a 


791.68 


u 


13,168.57 


a 


10,522.22 


a 


6,561.85 


" 


16,865.04 


it 


19,745.75 


a 


4,227.33 


a 


40,379.68 


see page 


1,906.38 


« 


5,946.76 


« 


12,588.16 


u 


7,580.26 


a 


5,054.29 


« 



173 



175 



166 



TWENTY-FIFTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 26 



NIAGARA 

Statement showing the amount chargeable (upon annual adjustment) to each 

by the Commission; the amount appropriated from the contingency 

cost; the amount received by the Commission from each 

charged to each Municipality in respect of power 



Rural Power District 



Share of 

capital 

cost of 

system on 

which 

interest 

and 

fixed 
charges 

are 
payable 



Average 
horse- 
power 

supplied 
in year 

after cor- 
rection 

for power 
factor 



Cost of 
power 
pur- 
chased 



Share of operating 



Operating, 
main- 
tenance 
and 

adminis- 
trative 

expenses 



Interest 
(including 
exchange) 



Milverton R.P.D.— Ellice, Elma, Morn- 
ington and Wellesley twps 

Mitchell R.P.D— Downie, Ellice, Elma, 
Fullarton, Hibbert, Logan and McKil- 
lop twps 

Newmarket R.P.D. — Georgina, Gwillim- 
bury E., King, Scott, Uxbridge, and 
Whitchurch twps 

Niagara R.P.D. — Niagara and Stamford 
twps 



Norwich R.P.D. — Burford, Dereham, 
Middleton, Norwich N., Norwich S., 
Oxford E. and Windham twps 

Oil Springs R.P.D. — Brooke, Dawn, 
Enniskillen and Euphemia twps 

Palmerston R.P.D. — Arthur, Marybor- 
ough, Minto, Peel and Wallace twps. . 

Petrolia R.P.D. — Enniskillen, Moore, 
Plympton and Sarnia twps 

Preston R.P.D.— Dumfries N., Guelph, 
Puslinch, Waterloo and Woolwich twps. 

Ridgetown R.P.D.— Aldborough, Har- 
wich, Howard, Orford and Rondeau 
Park twps 

St. Jacobs R.P.D.— Peel, Waterloo, Well- 
esley and Woolwich twps 

St. Marys R.P.D. — Blanshard, Downie, 
Fullarton, Nissouri E., Nissouri W. and 
Usborne twps 

St. Thomas R.P.D.— Dunwich, South 
wold, Westminster and Yarmouth twps 

Saltfleet R. P. D — Barton, Binbrook 
Grimsby N. and Saltfleet twps 



Sandwich R.P.D. — Anderdon, Colches 
ter N., Maidstone, Sandwich E., Sand 
wich W. and Sandwich S. twps , 

Sarnia R.P.D. — Moore, Plympton and 
Sarnia twps 

Scarboro R.P.D. — Pickering, Scarboro 
and York N. twps 

Seaforth R. P. D.— Hibbert, Hullett 
McKillop and Tuckersmith twps 

Simcoe R.P.D. — Charlotteville, Towns- 
end, W : alpole, Windham and Wood 
house twps 



Stamford R.P.D.— Thorold twp 

Stratford R.P.D.— Downie, Easthope N., 
Easthope S. and Ellice twps 



$ c. 
20,330.27 


69.2 


$ c. 
445.99 


51,627.64 


173.3 


1,116.90 


68,101.11 


225.8 


1,455.26 


93,812.03 


470.6 


3,032.96 


67,524.08 


225.3 


1,452.03 


15,392.98 


42.2 


' 271.98 


11,407.84 


36.6 


235.88 


8,119.61 


25.3 


163.06 


207,571.20 


795.9 


5,129.49 


99,643.75 


278.7 


1,796.19 


62,490.67 


z^4.3 


1,445.58 


66,317.99 


207.0 


1,334.09 


116,302.53 


445.3 


2,869.91 


252,973.26 


968.2 


6,239.94 


266,967.50 


961.6 


6,197.41 


163,924.47 


510.7 


3,291.40 


91,286.10 


285.5 


1,840.01 


14,805.30 


48.6 


313.22 


50,338.39 


195.4 


1,259.33 


47,402.89 


223.4 


1,439.78 


46,630.29 


187.8 


1,210.35 



$ c. 
588.67 



1,392.30 

2,103.67 
2,145.11 

1,873.90 
548.18 
359.48 
266.76 

4,974.10 

4,659.90 
1,453.30 

1,926.82 
2,860.63 
6,639.35 

5,629.15 

4,813.42 

2,008.86 

439.66 

1,922.10 

876.22 

1.078.22 



$ c. 
1,044.37 



2,643.03 

3,525.67 
4,942 . 69 

3,336.03 

778.63 

587.84 

414.82 

10,715.04 

5,028.19 
3,203.23 

3,390.67 

5,910.07 

13,084.15 

13,711.09 

8,377.61 

4,195.09 

757.92 

2,580.15 
2,503.88 
2,414.16 



1933 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



167 



SYSTEM N.—COST OF POWER 

Municipality as the Cost — under Power Commission Act — of Power supplied to it 
reserve of the system and proportionately applied in reduction of such 
Municipality; and the amount remaining to be credited or 
supplied to it in the year ending October 31, 1932 



costs and fixed charges 


Total 

cost of 

power 

for year 


Amount 
appropriat- 
ed from 
contingency 
reserve 
and pro- 
portionate- 
ly applied 
in reduc- 
tion of such 
cost 


Amounts 

charged 

to each 

municipality 

in respect 

of power 

supplied 

to it in 

the year 


Amounts 
received 

from 

(or billed 

against) 

each 

municipality 

by the 
Commission 


Amounts 
to be 
or charg 
muni( 




Renewals 


Sinking 
fund 


remaining 
credited 
ed to each 
;ipality 




Credited 


Charged 


$ c. 
174.59 


$ c. 
199.77 


$ c. 
2,453.39 


$ c. 
69.20 


$ c. 
2,384.19 


$ c. 
2,384.19 


$ c. 
see page 


$ c 
175 


448.46 


508.18 


6,108.87 


173.30 


5,935.57 


5,935.57 


u 


u 


568.68 


679.94 


8,333.22 


225.80 


8,107.42 


8,107.42 


a 


11 


574.25 


896.84 


11,591.85 


470.60 


11,121.25 


11,121.25 


a 


a 


570.04 


648.20 


7,880.20 


225.30 


7,654.90 


7,654.90 






150.77 


154.00 


1,903.56 


42.20 


1,861.36 


1,861.36 


a 


ft 


102.91 


113.07 


1,399.18 


36.60 


1,362.58 


1,362.58 


« 


" 


73.72 


80.65 


999.01 


25.30 


973.71 


973.71 


a 


u 


1,640.78 


2,027.35 


24,486.76 


795.90 


23,690.86 


23,690.86 


a 


" 


964.82 


992.23 


13,441.33 


278.70 


13,162.63 


13,162.63 


a 


- 


520.02 


612.32 


7,234.45 


224.30 


7,010.15 


7,010.15 


a 


" 


598.05 


656.79 


7,906.42 


207.00 


7.,699\42 


7,699.42 


a 


u 


895.18 


1,119.98 


13,655.77 


445.30 


13,210.47 


13,210.47 


a 


a 


2,041.00 


2,474.27 


30,478.71 


668.20 


29,810.51 


29,810.51 


a 


" 


2,157.74 


2,624.22 


30,319.61 


961.60 


29,358.01 


29,358.01 


a 


a 


1,489.44 


1,629.03 


19,600.90 


510.70 


19,090.20 


19,090 20 


a 


u 


634.37 


800.29 


9,478.62 


285.50 


9,193.12 


9,193.12 


u 


« 


130.60 


145.91 


1,787.31 


48.60 


1,738.71 


1,738.71 


see page 


177 


384.79 


484.63 


6,631.00 


195.40 


6,435.60 


6,435.60 


U 


u 


310.92 


456.02 


5,586.82 


223.40 


5,363.42 


5,363.42 


a 


a 


349.19 


454.67 


5,506.59 


187.80 


5,318.79 


5,318.79 


a 


u 



168 



TWENTY-FIFTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 26 



NIAGARA 

Statement showing the amount chargeable (upon annual adjustment) to each 

by the Commission; the amount appropriated from the contingency 

cost; the amount received by the Commission from each 

charged to each Municipality in respect of power 



Rural Power District 



Share of 

capital 

cost of 

system on 

which 

interest 

and 

fixed 
charges 

are 
payable 



Average 
horse- 
power 

supplied 
in year 

after cor- 
rection 

for power 
factor 



Cost of 
power 
pur- 
chased 



Share of operating 


Operating, 




main- 




tenance 


Interest 


and 


(including 


adminis- 


exchange) 


trative 




expenses 





Strathroy R.P.D. — Adelaide, Caradoc, 
Ekfrid, Lobo, Metcalfe and Williams 
E. twps 

Streetsville R.P.D. — Chinguacousy, Es- 
quesing, Toronto and Trafalgar twps. 

Tavistock R.P.D.— Easthope N., East- 
hope S., Ellice and Zorra E. twps 

Thamesville R.P.D.— Camden, Chath- 
am, Euphemia, Harwich, Howard, 
Orford and Zone twps 

Tilbury R.P.D.— Dover W., Rochester, 
Romney, Mersea, Tilbury E., Tilbury 
W. and Tilbury N. twps 

Tillsonburg R.P.D.— Bayham, Dereham, 
Dorchester S., Houghton, Malahide, 
Middleton, Norwich N., Norwich S. 
and Walsingham N. twps 

Wallaceburg R.P.D.— Chatham, Dover 
E. and Sombra twps 

Walsingham R. P. D — Charlotteville 
Houghton, Middleton, Walsingham N. 
Walsingham S. and Windham twps. . . . 

Walton R.P.D.— Grey, Hullett, McKil 
lop, Morris, Wawanosh E. and Wawan 
osh W. twp 

Waterdown. R.P.D. — Flamboro E. 
Flamboro W. and Nelson twps 

Waterford R. P. D.— Townsend and 
Windham twps 

Watford R.P.D.— Adelaide, Metcalfe and 
Warwick twps 

Welland R. P. D.— Bertie, Crowland 
Humberstone, Moulton, Pelham, Thor 
old, Wainfleet and Willoughby twps. . . 

Woodbridge R.P.D.— Albion, Chingua 
cousy, Etobicoke, King, Toronto, Tor 
onto Gore, Vaughan, York N. twps.. . 

Woodstock R. P. D.— Blandford, Blen 
heim, Burford, Oxford W., Oxford N. 
Oxford E., Zorra W. and Zorra E. twps. 

Totals — Municipalities 

Totals — Rural power districts 

Totals — Companies 

Totals — Local distribution systems 
Non-operating capital 



Less: — * Adjustment (for purposes of this 

statement) 

Grand total 



$ 
29,414. 
97,172. 
44,008 . 

30,393. 
40,753. 

86,273. 
60,639. 



56,267.53 



31,516. 

186,464 

38,219, 

6,747 



255,951.77 



153,862.46 



131,464 



138,317,794 

6,814,186 

51,301,996 

1,667,098 

340,038 



198,441,114 

148,277 



198,292,837 



90.9 

322.3 
151.7 

99.8 
133.6 

279.2 
189.8 

130.8 

80.5 
697.8 
142.6 

i7.2 

1,063.9 
516.6 
491.6 



572,228.4 

23,962.4 

253,611.8 

5,671.9 



855,474.5 



$ c. 

585.84 

2,077.19 

977.69 

643.20 
861.04 

1,799.41 
1,223.24 

842.99 

518.81 

4,497.24 

919.04 

110.85 

6,856.71 

3,329.43 

3,168.31 



3,687,946.44 

154,434.95 

1,634,498.99 

36,554.74 



$ c 
1,063.98 

2,954.38 
1,681.75 

1,128.94 
1,326.00 

2,471.76 
1,647.46 

1,998.75 

1,119.57 

4,661.36 

1,129.12 

271.84 

8,384.10 

3,593.58 

2,970.22 



$ c. 
1,507.01 
4,987.52 
2.230.29 

1,561.91 

2,128.52 

4,356.05 
3,079.59 

2,817.49 

1,591.64 

9,709.24 

1,956.35 

342.26 

12,995.83 

7,848.89 

6,727.63 



2,883,556.93 
190,535.31 

1,122,405.25 
150,353.90 



7,165,279.10 
348,547.85 

2,759,620.49 
127,286.94 



5,513,435.12 4,346,851.39 



10,400,734.38 



*In respect of transfer to the books of the Commission, of the Dominion Power Company plants and 
equipment. 



1933 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



169 



SYSTEM N.—COST OF POWER 

Municipality as the Cost — under Power Commission Act — of Power supplied to it 
reserve of the system and proportionately applied in reduction of such 
Municipality; and the amount remaining to be credited or 
supplied to it in the year ending October 31, 1932 



costs and fixed charges 



Renewals 



Sinking 
fund 



Total 

cost of 

power 

for year 



Amount 
appropriat- 
ed from 
contingency 
reserve 
and pro- 
portionate- 
ly applied 
in reduc- 
tion of such 
cost 



Amounts 

charged 

to each 

municipality 

in respect 

of power 

supplied 

to it in 

the year 



Amounts 
received 

from 

(or billed 

against) 

each 

municipality 

by the 
Commission 



Amounts remaining 

to be credited 

or charged to each 

municipality 



Credited 



Charged 



$ c. $ c 



272.77 
862.50 
367.96 

267.59 
369.81 

773.76 
551.59 

, 596.13 

321.88 

1,540.05 

304.27 

68.56 

1,860.39 

1,340.53 

1,053.29 



963,795.90 

56,915.08 

313,306.82 

8,758.40 



291.83 
960.79 

427.55 

300.62 

410.58 

850.55 
601.69 

562.08 

315.77 

1,829.27 

370.15 

67.60 

2,430.49 

1,516.89 

1,280.59 



1,344,591.94 

66,569.70 

491,353.52 

12,097.61 



$ 


c. 


3,721 


43 


11,842 


38 


5,685 


24 


3,902 


26 


5,095 


95 


10,251 


53 


7,103 


57 


6,817 


44 


3,867 


67 


22,237 


16 


4,678.93 


861 


11 


32,527 


52 


17,629.32 


15,200.04 


16,045,170.31 

817,002.89 

6,321,185.07 

335,051.59 


23,518,409.86 



90.90 
322.30 
151.70 

99.80 
133.60 

279.20 
189.80 

130.80 

80.50 
417.80 
142.60 

17.20 

1,063.90 
516.60 
491.60 



572,228.40 
23,052.40 



3,630.53 
11,520.08 

5,533.54 

3,802.46 
4,962.35 

9,972.33 
. 6,913.77 

6,686.64 

3,787.17 

21,819.36 

4,536.33 

843.91 

31,463.62 

17,112.72 

14,708.44 



15,472,941.91 

793,950.49 

6,321,185.07 

335,051.59 



3,630.53 
11,520.08 

5,533.54 

3,802.46 
4,962.35 

9,972.33 
6,913.77 

6,686.64 

3,787.17 

21,819.36 

• 4,536.33 

843.91 

31,463.62 

17,112.72 

14,708.44 



15,681,876.30 

793,950.49 

4,399,799.35 

307,069.48 



see page 



177 

a 



393,614.97 



184,680.58 

1,921,385.72* 
27,982.11' 



1,342,776.20 1,914,612.77 23,518,409.86 595,280.80 22,923,129.06121,182,695.62 393,614.97 2,134,048.41 
*Written off through Contingency Reserve. 



70 



TWENTY-FIFTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 26 



NIAGARA SYSTEM— 

Statement showing the costs of distribution of power within each Rural Power 
and the amounts remaining to be credited to certain Districts or charged 

(by annual adjustment) of the actual costs 



District and municipalities 
comprised therein 



Total capital cost of each district, 
Provincial Government grant 
received and applied thereagainst, 
and the balance representing the 
investment by the Commission 



Total 

capital 

cost 



Govern- 
ment 
grant 



Com- 
mission's 
investment 



Cost of 

power 
delivered 
to districts 
as shown 
in "cost of 

power" 

table 

preceding 



Acton R.P.D. — Erin, Esquesing and Nassaga- 
weya twps 

Ailsa Craig R.P.D.— Lobo, McGillivray and 
Williams E. twps 

Alvinston R.P.D. — Brooke twp 

Amherstburg R.P.D. — Anderdon, Colchester 
N., Colchester S. and Maiden twps 

Aylmer R.P.D. — Bayham, Dereham, Dorchester 
N. f Dorchester S., Malahide and Yarmouth 
twps 



Ayr R.P.D. — Blenheim, Dumfries N. and Dum- 
fries S. twps 

Baden R.P.D. — Blandford, Blenheim, Easthope 
N., Easthope S., Waterloo, Wellesley, Wilmot 
and Zorra E. twps 

Beamsville R.P.D. — Caistor, Clinton, Gains- 
borough, Grimsby N., Grimsby S., Louth, 
Pelham and Wainfleet twps 

Belle River R.P.D. — Maidstone and Rochester 
twps 

Blenheim R.P.D. — Raleigh and Harwich twps. . 

Bond Lake R.P.D. — King, Markham, Vaughan 

Whitchurch and York N. twps ; 

Bothwell R.P.D.— Aldborough, Ekfrid, Mosa, 

Orford and Zone twps 

Brampton R.P.D. — Chinguacousy and Toronto 

twps 

Brant R.P.D.— Blenheim, Brantford, Burford 

Dumfries S., Oakland and Onondaga twps 

Brigden R.P.D. — Moore and Sombra twps 



Burford R.P.D.— Brantford, Burford, Oakland, 
Townsend and Windham twps 

Caledonia R.P.D. — Ancaster, Barton, Binbrook, 
Caistor, Glanford, Grimsby S., Oneida, Onon 
daga and Seneca twps 

Chatham R.P.D.— Chatham, Dover E., Har 
wich and Raleigh twps 

Chippawa R.P.D. — Bertie, Crowland and Wil 
loughby twps 

Clinton R.P.D.— Goderich, Hay, Hullett, Stan 
ley and Tuckersmith twps 



— Caradoc, Delaware, Ekfrid, 
Southwold and Westminster 



Delaware R.P.D 

Lobo, London, 

twps 

Dorchester R.P.D. — Dorchester N., Dorchester 

S., London, Nissouri E., Nissouri W., Oxford 

N., Westminster and Yarmouth twps 



$ c. 


14,744.94 


9,136.52 
5,443.70 


128,345.89 


*187,663.70 


♦40,130.92 


♦163,651. 98 


344,834.51 


88,526.16 
♦104,765.90 


313,500.12 


♦57,246.91 


77,628.84 


♦215,412.97 
53,051.89 


90,236.05 


197,283.10 


253,249.60 


57,421.86 


120,173.77 


♦217,547.56 


♦198,330.09 



$ c. 

7,372.47 

4,568.26 
2,721.85 

64,087.45 
91,987.01 
20,029.98 
81,489.80 

166,495.05 

44,186.91 
51,533.68 

156,750.06 

28,291.44 

38,814.42 

106,485.67 
26,525.95 

45,118.02 

98,416.28 

126,624.80 

28,708.05 

59,148.11 

107,852.62 
97,972.13 



$ c. 


7,372.47 


4,568.26 
2,721.85 


64,258.44 


95,676.69 


20,100.94 


82,162.18 


178,339.46 


44,339.25 

53,232.22 


156,750.06 


28,955.47 


38,814.42 


108,927.30 
26,525.94 


45,118.03 


98,866.82 


126,624.80 


28,713.81 


61,025.66 


109,694.94 


100,357.96 



$ c. 

335.02 

233.25 
305.12 

19,314.43 
8,917.72 
1,133.98 

10,285.59 

31,775.09 

8,639.29 
4,535.23 

29,736.78 

5,515.53 

4,070.84 

13,415.45 
2,160.72 

4,808.58 

8,548.66 

12,628.84 

2,404.10 

5,091.31 

8,505.19 
10,259.47 



Items marked * include portions of transmission lines aggregating $48,421.61 used for 



1933 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



171 



RURAL POWER DISTRICTS 



N.— RURAL OPERATING 



District, the revenues collected from (or charged to) customers within each District, 
to the Municipalities comprising certain other Districts upon ascertainment 
in the year ending October 31, 1932 



Distribution costs and fixed charges 



Cost of 
operation 
mainten- 
ance and 
adminis- 
tration 



Interest 
(including 
exchange) 



Renewal 
charges 



Obsoles- 
cence 
and 
contin- 
gencies 



Sinking 
fund 



Total 
cost 



Revenue 

from 

power 

and light 

customers 

in each 

district 



Amounts remaining 
to be credited to 
certain districts or 
charged to the muni- 
cipalities comprising 
certain other 
districts 



Credited 



Charged 



$ c. 


% c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


% c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ . c. 


393.46 


352.86 


291.89 


145.94 


76.84 


1,596.01 


1,353.89 




220.77 


218.11 
131.56 

2,931.89 


180.42 
108.83 

2,421.85 


90.21 

54.42 

1,210.93 


47.50 
28.65 

638.45 


990.26 

737.54 

32,262.75 


936.54 
471.56 

35,719.13 




108.96 




5,745.20 


3,456.38 


6,471.61 


4,406.98 


3,572.67 


1,786.33 


959.67 


26,114.98 


28,970.48 


2,855.50 


1,369.00 


960.82 


793 . 38 


396.69 


209.23 


4,863.10 


4,016.05 




4,121.45 


3,739.72 


3,080.06 


1,540.03 


814.37 


23,581.22 


21,548.07 




20,842.49 


8,261.00 


6,484.09 


3,242.05 


1,798.92 


72,403.64 


78,246.21 


5,842.57 


4,172.27 
4,161.53 


2,105.74 

2,526.84 


1,738.83 
2,056.24 


869.42 
1,028.12 


458.54 
550.24 


17,984.09 
14,858.20 


21,079.62 
16,982.74 


3,095.53 
2,124.54 


14,563.93 


7,313.68 


6,049.90 


3,024.95 


1,592.64 


62,281.88 


63,691.44 


1,409.56 


2,939.95 


1,376.51 


1,125.37 


562.64 


299 75 


11,819.75 


10,883.82 




2,527.64 


1,871.49 


1,548.10 


774.05 


407.54 


11,199.66 


10,246.15 




9,650.60 


5,086.60 
1,225.66 


4,159.36 
1,013.87 


2,079.68 
506.94 


1,107.66 
266.90 


35,499.35 
6,581.33 


31,832.57 
5,433.09 




1,407.24 




4,043.39 


2,131.24 


1,762.97 


881.48 


464.10 


14,091.76 


13,048.41 




7,142.05 


4,724.69 


3,899.25 


1,949.63 


1,028.85 


27,293.13 


25,412.94 




11,156.45 


5,727.82 


4,738.07 


2,369.04 


1,247.30 


37,867.52 


38,986.20 


1,118.68 


2,344.53 


1,215.45 


. 1,005.39 


502.69 


264.68 


7,736.84 


8,402.36 


665.52 


3,646.97 


2,897.69 


2,359.43 


1,179.72 


631.00 


15,806.12 


15,088.29 




8,635.68 


5,222.83 


4,283.49 


2,141.74 


1,137.33 


29,926.26 


30,946.30 


1,020.04 


9,405.93 


4,801.42 


3,924.03 


1,962.02 


1,045.56 


31,398.43 


30,405.77 





purposes of rural power districts. 



$ c. 

242.12 

53.72 
265.98 



847.05 
2,033.15 



935.93 

953.51 

3,666.78 
1,148.24 

1,043.35 

1,880.19 



717.83 



992.66 



172 



TWENTY-FIFTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 26 



NIAGARA SYSTEM— 

Statement showing the costs of distribution of power within each Rural Power 
and the amounts remaining to be credited to certain Districts or charged 

(by annual adjustment) of the actual costs 



District and municipalities 
comprised therein 



Total capital cost of each district, 
Provincial Government grant 
received and applied thereagainst, 
and the balance representing the 
investment by the Commission 



Total 

capital 

cost 



Govern- 
ment 
grant 



Com- 
mission's 
investment 



Cost of 

power 
delivered 
to districts 
as shown 
in "cost of 

power" 

table 

preceding 



Dresden R.P.D. — Camden, Chatham Gore and 
Dawn twps 

Drumbo R.P.D. — Blandford, Blenheim and 
Burford twps 

Dundas R.P.D. — Ancaster, Beverly, Flamboro 
W., Flamboro E., Glanford and Nelson twps. 

Dunnville R.P.D. — Canborough, Dunn and 
Moulton twps 

Dutton R.P.D. — Aldborough and Dunwich twps 

Elmira R.P.D. — Peel, Pilkington and Woolwich 
twps 

Elora R.P.D.— Garafraxa W., Nichol, Peel and 
Pilkington twps 

Essex R.P.D.— Colchester N., Gosfield N., Gos 
field S., Maidstone, Mersea, Rochester and 
Sandwich S. twps 



Exeter R.P.D.— Biddulph, Bosanquet, Hay, 
Hibbert, Stephen, Tuckersmith and Usborne 
twps 

Forest R.P.D. — Adelaide, Bosanquet, Plympton, 
Warwick and Williams W. twps 

Gait R.P.D.— Beverly, Dumfries N. and Dum 
fries S. twps 

Georgetown R.P.D. — Chinguacousy, Erin and 
Esquesing twps 

Goderich R.P.D.— Ashfield, Colborne, Goderich 
and Wawanosh W. twps 



Grantham R.P.D. — Grantham and Niagara 
twps 

Guelph R.P.D. — Eramosa, Guelph, Nassaga 
weya and Puslinch twps 

Haldimand R.P.D. — Cayuga N., Oneida, Rain- 
ham, Seneca and Walpole twps 

Harriston R.P.D. — Howick and Minto twps. . 

Harrow R.P.D. — Colchester N., Colchester S 
Gosfield S. and Maiden twps 



Ingersoll R.P.D. — Dereham, Dorchester N., Nis 
souri E., Oxford N., Oxford W., Zorra E. and 
Zorra W. twps 

Jordan R.P.D. — Grantham, Louth, Pelham and 
Thorold twps 

Keswick R.P.D. — Georgina, Gwillimbury N. and 
Gwillimbury E. twps 

Kingsville R.P.D.— Gosfield N., Gosfield S 
Mersea and Romney twps 

Listowel R.P.D. — Elma, Grey, Maryborough, 
Mornington, Peel, Wallace and Wellesley twps 



$ c. 

36,069.15 

*99,682.26 

228,247.73 

28,419.84 
72,575.03 

34,218.72 

81,199.13 

*139,097.96 

*131,744.98 

*56,420.70 

77,140.48 

99,102.73 

61,396.67 

137,617.06 

172,137.28 

*99,007.20 

*32,254.87 

135,147.28 

284,585 37 

93,027.76 

155,465.50 

*284,880.30 

89,990.65 



$ c. 

18,034.57 

48,466.55 

110,655.78 

14,209.92 
36,287.51 

17,109.36 

40,340.99 

68,662.04 

65,140.82 
27,877.83 
38,570.24 
49,551.37 
30,432.63 

64,728.53 

86,039.56 

48,264.28 
15,847.28 

67,573.64 

142,292.68 
46,513. 
75,167.64 

140,260.33 
44,995.32 



$ c. 

18,034.58 

51,215.71 

117,591.95 

14,209.92 
36,287.52 

17,109.36 

40,858.14 

70,435.92 

66,604.16 

28,542.87 
38,570.24 
49,551.36 
30,964.04 

72,888.53 

86,097.72 

50,742.92 
16,407.59 

67,573.64 

142,292.69 
46,513.88 
80,297.86 

144,619.97 
44,995.33 



$ c. 

1,412.87 

3,424.90 

13,787.54 

1,009.80 

4,383.05 

2,397.11 
3,876.46 

6,932.59 

±0,293.64 
1,692.08 
5,717.58 
4,089.59 
4,395.26 

16,012.06 

11,227.33 

7,564.35 
791.68 

13,168.57 

10,522.22 

6,561.85 

16,865.04 

19,745.75 

4,227.33 



Items marked * include portions of transmission lines aggregating $48,421.61 used for 



933 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



173 



RURAL POWER DISTRICTS 



N— RURAL OPERATING 



District, the revenues collected from (or charged to) customers within each District, 
to the Municipalities comprising certain other Districts upon ascertainment 
in the year ending October 31, 1932 



Distribution costs and fixed charges 



Cost of 
operation 
mainten- 
ance and 
adminis- 
tration 



Interest 
(including 
exchange) 



Renewal 
charges 



Obsoles- 
cence 
and 
contin- 
gencies 



Sinking 
fund 



Total 
cost 



Revenue 

from 

power 

and light 

customers 

in each 

district 



Amounts remaining 
to be credited to 
certain districts or 
charged to the muni- 
cipalities comprising 
certain other 
districts 



Credited 



Charged 



$ c. 


$ c. 


1,000.95 


869.34 


3,495.52 


2,423.00 


8,431.43 


5,463.64 


1,391.31 
4,070.64 


579.76 
1,746.36 


1,948.72 


684.45 


3,974.34 


1,950.38 


4,528.13 


3,350.24 


8,988.38 


3,137.55 


2,016.68 


1,361.15 


2,493.94 


1,814.44 


3,053.04 


2,305.61 


1,953.20 


1,410.33 


8,237.64 


3,465.61 


6,74,5.67 


4,051.89 


5,139.42 
935.66 


2,404.57 
792.83 


5,772.86 


3,181.54 


11,242.48 


6,817.15 


4,620.06 


2,179.59 


8,207.92 


3,302.02 


15,562.79 


6,767.71 


4,366.41 


2,100.46 



% c. 

719.12 

1,949.33 

4,254.81 

479.58 
1,444.59 

566.18 

1,603..87 

2,735.85 

2,566.13 
1,112.86 
1,500.91 
1,907.21 
1,161.30 

2,540.36 

3,350.68 

1,946.41 
644.62 

2,631.78 

5,639.17 
1,802.96 
2,628.85 
5,511.08 
1,737.51 



$ 


c. 


359 


56 


974.66 


2,127 


40 


239 

72z 


79 
30 


283 


09 


801 


94 


1,367 


93 


1,283 


06 


556 


43 


750 


46 


953 


60 


580 


65 


1,270 


18 


1,675 


34 


973 

322 


21 
31 


1,315 


89 


2,819 


58 


901 


48 


1,314.44 


2,755 


54 


868 


76 



$ c. 

189.31 

527.64 

1,189.76 

126.25 
380.29 

149.05 

424.71 

729.55 

683.24 
296.41 
395.11 
502.07 
307.12 

754.68 

882.34 

523.62 
172.65 

692.82 

1,484.51 
474.63 
719.05 

1,473.75 
457.40 



$ c. 

4,551.15 

12,795.05 

35,254.58 

3,826.49 
12,747.23 

6,028.60 

12,631.70 

19,644.29 

26,952.00 

7,035.61 

12,672.44 

12,811.12 

9,807.86 

32,280.53 

27,933.25 

18,551.58 
3,659.75 

26,763.46 

38,525.11 
16,540.57 
33,037.32 
51,816.62 
13,757.87 



$ c. 

4,195.55 

12,107.80 

37,760.71 

2,446.64 
10,260.05 

4,827.03 

11,225.47 

23,583.63 

26,837.27 

6,253.67 

12,897.12 

11,646.40 

'7,586.55 

32,807.81 

25,298.05 

17,943.59 
2,945.45 

31,380.18 

32,398.66 
19,161.46 
31,039.34 
54,234.46 
12.629.10 



2,506.13 



3,939.34 



224.68 



527.28 



4,616.72 



2,620.89 



2,417.84 



$ c. 
355.60 
687.25 



1,379.85 
2,487.18 

1,201.57 

1,406.23 



114.73 
781.94 



1,164.72 
2,221.31 



2,635.20 

607.99 
714.30 



6,126.45 



1,997.98 



1,128.77 



purposes of rural power districts. 



174 



TWENTY-FIFTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 26 



NIAGARA SYSTEM— 

Statement showing the costs of distribution of power within each Rural Power 
and the amounts remaining to be credited to certain Districts or charged 

(by annual adjustment) of the actual costs 



District and municipalities 
comprised therein 



Total capital cost of each district, 
Provincial Government grant 
received and applied thereagainst, 
and the balance representing the 
investment by the Commission 



Total 

capital 

cost 



Govern- 
ment 
grant 



Com- 
mission's 
investment 



Cost of 

power 

delivered 

to districts 

as shown 

in "cost of 

power" 

table 

preceding 



London R.P.D. — Delaware, Lobo, London, Nis 

souri W. and Westminster twps 

Lucan R.P.D. — Biddulph, London, McGillivray 

and Stephen twps 

Lynden R.P.D. — Ancaster, Beverly, Brantford 

and Dumfries S. twps 

Markham R.P.D. — Markham, Pickering, Scar 

boro, Uxbridge and Whitchurch twps 

Merlin R.P.D. — Raleigh, Romney and Tilbury 

E. twps 



Milton R.P.D. — Esquesing, Nassagaweya, Nel- 
son and Trafalgar twps 

Milverton R.P.D. — Ellice, Elma, Morningtoh 
and Wellesley twps 

Mitchell R.P.D.— Downie, Ellice, Elma, Fullar- 
ton, Hibbert, Logan and McKillop twps 

Newmarket R.P.D. — Georgina, Gwillimbury E 
King, Scott, Uxbridge and Whitchurch twps. . 

Niagara R.P.D. — Niagara and Stamford twps.. 



Burford, Dereham, Middle 
Norwich S., Oxford E. and 



Norwich R.P.D.- 

ton, Norwich N 

Windham twps. . 
Oil Springs R.P.D. — Brooke, Dawn, Enniskillen 

and Euphemia twps 

Palmerston R.P.D. — Arthur, Maryborough, 

Minto, Peel and Wallace twps 

Petrolia R.P.D. — Enniskillen, Moore, Plympton 

and Sarnia twps 

Preston, R.P.D. — DumfriesN.,Guelph,Puslinch, 

Waterloo and Woolwich twps 



Ridgetown R.P.D. — Aldborough, Harwich, 
Howard, Orford and Rondeau Park twps 

St. Jacobs R.P.D.— Peel, Waterloo, Wellesley 
and Woolwich twps 

St. Marys R.P.D.— Blanshard, Downie, Fullar- 
ton, Nissouri E., Nissouri W. and Usborne 
twps 

St. Thomas R.P.D.— Dunwich, Southwold, 
Westminster and Yarmouth twps 

Saltfleet R.P.D.— Barton, Binbrook, Grimsby 
N. and Saltfleet twps 



Sandwich R.P.D. — Anderdon, Colchester N., 
Maidstone, Sandwich W., Sandwich E. and 
Sandwich S. twps 

Sarnia R.P.D. — Moore, Plympton and Sarnia 
twps 

Scarboro R.P.D.— Pickering, Scarboro and York 
N. twps 



$ c 
*445,009.86 
*57,785.57 
99,123.31 
*219,093.51 
♦134,908.18 

107,405.36 

61,870.97 

104,545 . 15 

111,442.59 
♦124,201.40 

♦180,854.76 
29,475.91 
♦59,827.84 
♦25,416.61 
♦298,210.15 

199,313.74 
106,116.55 

189,595.63 
292,443.84 
288,136.13 

336,484.01 
"212,608. 74 
177,090.45 



$ c 

222,201.69 

28,739.07 

49,387.91 

108,611.56 

67,173.94 

53,702.68 
30,935.49 

52,272.58 

55,721.29 
61,690.00 

88,715.10 
14,737.95 
29,633.77 
12,162.25 
147,680.69 

99,656.87 
52,773.03 

94,797.82 
145,528.17 
141,228.57 

168,242.00 

104,067.66 

88,545.23 



$ c 

222,808.17 

29,046.50 

49,735.40 

110,481.95 

67,734.24 

53,702.68 
30,935.48 

52,272.57 

55,721.30 
62,511.40 

92,139.66 
14,737.96 
30,194.07 
13,254.36 
150,529.46 

99,656.87 

53,343.52 

94,797.81 
146,915.67 
146,907.56 

168,242.01 
108,541.08 

88,545.22 



$ c. 

40,379.68 
1,906.38 
5,946.76 

12,588.16 
7,580.26 

5,054.29 

2,384.19 

5,935.57 

8,107.42 
11,121.25 

7,654.90 

1,861.36 

1,362.58 

973.71 

23,690.86 

13,162.63 
7,010.15 

7,699.42 
13,210.47 
29,810.51 

29,358.01 

19,090.20 

9.193.12 



Items marked ♦ include portions of transmission lines aggregating $48,421.61 used for 



1933 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



175 



RURAL POWER DISTRICTS 



N— RURAL OPERATING 



District, the revenues collected from (or charged to) customers within each District, 
to the Municipalities comprising certain other Districts upon ascertainment 
in the year ending October 31, 1932 



Distribution costs and fixed charges 



Cost of 
operation, 
mainten- 
ance and 
adminis- 
tration 



Interest 
(including 
exchange) 



Renewal 
charges 



Obsoles- 
cence 
and 
contin- 
gencies 



Sinking 
fund 



Total 
cost 



Revenue 

from 

power 

and light 

customers 

in each 

district 



Amounts remaining 
to be credited to 
certain districts or 
charged to the muni- 
cipalities comprising 
certain other 
districts 



Credited Charged 



$ c. 


$ c. 


24,733.14 


10,277.57 


1,625.03 


1,390.47 


3,166.54 


2,273.35 


7,850.03 


5,068.29 


4,635.10 


3,265.25 


3,952.40 


2,294.77 


2,206.40 


1,416.98 


4,774.15 


2,497.46 


5,399.98 
6,232.22 


2,589.39 
2,963.85 


8,900.81 


4,143.11 


1,693.87 


678.69 


1,586.65 


1,412.60 


1,282.48 


637.58 


11,319.60 


7,017.48 


7,552.06 


4,762.21 


4,411.62 


2,535.61 


4,397.76 


4,539.03 


14,001.70 


6,878.35 


18,437.99 


6,962.18 


24,569.38 


7,952.32 


13,880.02 


5,048.02 


5,460.91 


4,107.60 



$ c 
8,489.50 
1,144.05 
1,875.42 
4,155.10 
2,689.81 

1,898.24 

1,172.13 

2,065.91 

2,141.95 
2,435.31 

3,364.63 
561.41 

1,157.27 
505.64 

5,748.45 

3,939.31 
2,092.64 

3,754.70 
5,662.04 
5,541.56 

6,578.18 
4,086.27 
3,397.82 



$ 

4,244.75 

572.02 

937.71 

2,077.55 

1,344.90 

949.12 

586.07 

1,032.95 

1,070.98 
1,217.65 

1,682.32 
280.70 
578.64 
252.82 

2,874.23 

1,969.65 
1,046.32 

1,877.35 
2,831.02 
2,770.78 

3,289.09 
2,043.14 
1,698.91 



2,238.06 
302 . 79 
495.05 

1,103.67 
711.04 

499.71 

308.56 

543.85 

563.87 
645.41 

902.21 
147.79 
307.61 
138.84 
1,528.13 

1,037.02 
552.16 

988.42 
1,497.84 
1,516.09 

1,731.71 

1,099.26 

894.48 



$ 

90,362.70 
6,940.74 
14,694.83 
32,842.80 
20,226.36 

14,648.53 

8,074.33 

16,849.89 

19,873.59 
24,615.69 

26,647.98 
5,223.82 
6,405.35 
3,791.07 

52,178.75 

32,422.88 
17,648.50 

23,256.68 
44,081.42 
65,039.11 

73,478.69 
45,246.91 

24,752.84 



$ c. 


$ 


c. 


90,303 . 42 






6,405.47 




13,770.92 




38,416.27 


5,573 


.47 


18,126.18 






14,424.00 




6,938.66 




16,042.14 




19,208.14 




25,589.22 


973 


53 


24,120.35 






5,346.11 


122 


29 


4,741.13 






3,496.33 




52,432.43 


253 


68 


30,622.03 






16,944.97 




21,896.00 




45,735.28 


1,653 


86 


70,661 . 14 


5,622 


03 


75,840.33 


2,361 


64 


47,086.09 


1,839 


18 


30,291.27 


5,538. 


43 



$ c. 

59.28 
535.27 
923.91 

2,100.18 

224.53 

1,135.67 

807.75 

665.45 

2,527.63 

1,664.22 
294.74 



1,800.85 
703.53 

1,360.68 



purposes of rural power districts. 



176 



TWENTY-FIFTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 26 



NIAGARA SYSTEM— 

Statement showing the costs of distribution of power within each Rural Power 
and the amounts remaining to be credited to certain Districts or charged 

(by annual adjustment) of the actual costs 



District and municipalities 
comprised therein 



Total capital cost of each district, 
Provincial Government grant 
received and applied thereagainst, 
and the balance representing the 
investment by the Commission 



Total 

capital 

cost 



Govern- 
ment 
grant 



Com- 
mission's 
investment 



Cost of 

power 
delivered 
to districts 
as shown 
in "cost of 

power" 

table 

preceding 



Seaforth R.P.D.— Hibbert, Hullett, Mc- 
Killop and Tuckersmith twps 

Simcoe R.P.D. — Charlotteville, Townsend, 
Walpole, Windham and Woodhouse twps. 

Stamford R.P.D.— Thorold twp 

Stratford R.P.D— Downie, Easthope N., 

Easthope S. and Ellice twps 

Strathroy R.P.D. —Adelaide, Caradoc, 

Ekfrid, Lobo, Metcalfe and Williams E. 



twps 

Streetsville R.P.D. — Chinguacousy 

Esquesing, Toronto and Trafalgar twps. . 
Tavistock R.P.D. — Easthope N, Easthope 

S., Ellice and Zorra E. twps 



Thamesville R.P.D. — Camden Chatham 
Euphemia, Harwich, Howard, Orford and 
Zone twps 

Tilbury R.P.D.— Dover W., Rochester 
Romney, Mersea, Tilbury E., Tilbury W. 
and Tilbury N. twps 

Tillsonburg R.P.D. — Bayham, Dereham 
Dorchester S., Houghton, Malahide, Mid 
dleton, Norwich N., Norwich S. and 
Walsingham N. twps 

Wallaceburg R.P.D.— Chatham, Dover E. 
and Sombra twps 

Walsingham R.P.D. — Charlotteville, 
Houghton, Middleton, Walsingham N., 
Walsingham S. and Windham twps 



Walton R.P.D.— Grey, Hullett, McKillop, 
Morris, Wawanosh E. and Wawanosh W 



twps. . 

Waterdown R.P.D. — Flamboro E., Flam- 
boro W. and Nelson twps 

Waterford R.P.D.— Townsend and Wind- 
ham twps 

Watford R.P.D.— Adelaide, Metcalfe and 
Warwick twps 

Welland R.P.D.— Bertie, Crowland, Hum- 
berstone, Moulton, Pelham, Thorold, 
Wainfleet and Willoughby twps 

Woodbridge R.P.D.— Albion, Chingua- 
cousy, Etobicoke, King, Toronto, Toronto 
Gore, Vaughan and York N. twps 



Woodstock R.P.D.— Blandford, Blenheim, 
Burford, Oxford W., Oxford N., Oxford E., 
Zorra W. and Zorra E. twps 



Non-operating capital 
Totals 



$ c. 
29,350.27 

*122,899.77 

40,881.98 

66,485.17 

99,500.01 
181,448.70 
118,384.90 

104,034.94 
*99,714.82 

199,385.20 
151,121.67 

*131,499.59 

*78,047.96 

194,183.96 

114,016.04 

23,898.35 

*605,712.63 

*329,095 . 70 

221,581.81 



12,339,959.36 
74,311.70 



12,414,271.06 



$ c. 
14,044.69 

59,323.98 

20,440.99 

32,981.73 

49,573.23 
90,724.35 
59,192.45 

51,765.98 
49,420.08 

99,692.60 

75,219.45 

65,220.78 

37,267.28 

86,751.29 
57,008.02 
11,949.17 

298,901.26 

163,661.60 



$ c. 
15,305.58 

63,575.79 

20,440.99 

33,503.44 

49,926.78 
90,724.35 
59,192.45 

52,268.96 
50,294.74 

99,692 . 60 
75,902.22 

66,278.81 

40,780.68 

107,432.67 
57,008.02 
11,949.18 

306,811.37 

165,434.10 



110,790.91 110,790.90 



6,104,337.92 
37,121.67 



6,141,459.59 



6,235,621.44 
37,190.03 



6,272,811.47 



$ c. 
1,738.71 

6,435 . 60 

5,363.42 

5,318.79 

3,630.53 
11,520.08 

5,533.54 

3,802.46 
4,962.35 

9,972.33 
6,913.77 

6,686.64 

3,787.17 

21,819.36 

4,536.33 

843.91 

31,463.62 

17,112.72 

14,708.44 



793,950.49 



Items marked * include portions of transmission lines aggregating $48,421.61 used for 



1933 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



77 



RURAL POWER DISTRICTS 



N— RURAL OPERATING 



District, the revenues collected from (or charged to) customers within each District, 
to the Municipalities comprising certain other Districts upon ascertainment 
in the year ending October 31, 1932 



Distribution costs and fixed charges 



Cost of 
operation, 
mainten- 
ance and 
adminis- 
tration 



Interest 
(including 
exchange) 



Renewal 
charges 



Obsoles- 
cence 
and 
contin- 
gencies 



Sinking 
fund 



Total 
cost 



Revenue 

from 

power 

and light 

customers 

in each 

district 



Amounts remaining 
to be credited to 
certain districts or 
charged to the muni- 
cipalities comprising 
certain other 
districts 



Credited Charged 



$ c 
1,318.22 

4,292.95 

5,339.53 

4,371.33 

3,487.98 
5,753.78 
5,514.44 

4,260.77 
2,967.96 

7,967.20 
6,400.60 

3,839.93 

2,858.85 

12,018.53 

3,374.43 

873.47 

26,216.84 

10,932.13 

9,612.94 



$ c 
725.56 

2,960.98 

967.53 

1,598.68 

2,398.73 
4,179.38 

2,825.15 

2,469.50 
2,348.51 

4,732.82 
3,635.66 

2,905.88 

1,925.54 

4,879.56 

2,627.10 

577.69 

13,815.34 

7,809.42 

5,271.76 



$ c. 
574.97 

' 2,364.66 

800.34 

1,312.00 

1,977.16 
3,457.20 
2,336.97 

2,032.72 
1,925.21 

3,915.00 
2,993.92 

2,382.59 

1,522.55 

3,219.97 
2,173.14 

477.87 

11,183.54 
6,424.68 

4,360.82 



$ c. $ c 

287.48 158.00 



1,182.33 
400.17 
656.00 

988.58 
1,728.60 
1,168.49 

1,016.36 
962.60 

1,957.50 
1,496.96 

1,191.30 

761.27 

1,609.99 
1,086.57 

238.94 

5,591.77 
3,212.34 

2,180.41 



644.78 
210.69 

348.13 

522.35 
910.11 
615.21 

537.77 
511.43 

1,030.62 
791.72 

632.79 

419.30 

1,062.58 
572.08 
125.80 

3,008.45 

1,700.58 

1,147.98 



$ c 
4,802.94 

17,881.30 

13,081.68 

13,604.93 

13,005.33 
27,549.15 
17,993.80 

14,119.58 
13,678.06 

29,575.47 
22,232.63 

17,639.13 

11,274.68 

44,609.99 

14,369.65 

3,137.68 

91,279.56 

47,191.87 

37,282.35 



$ c. 
4,919.88 

17,561.89 

12,824.79 

12,755.02 

11,607.16 
27,670.19 
15,462.57 

13,566.86 
14,256.26 

28,048.66 
22,446.22 

18,631.26 

11,786.50 

54,999.34 

14,934.70 

3,080.46 

95,989.72 

50,338.24 

36,218.62 



$ c 
116.94 



$ c. 



319.41 
256.89 
849.91 

,398.17 



121.04 



2,531.23 



552.72 



578.20 



1,526.81 



213.59 

992.13 

511.82 

10,389.35 
565.05 



57.22 



4,710.16 
3,146.37 



1,063.73 



546,720.01 290,757.17 236,925.30 118,462.65 63,315.62 2,050,131.24 2,070,703.84 83,723.96 63,151.36 



purposes of rural power districts. 



78 



TWENTY-FIFTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 26 



NIAGARA 

Statement showing the net Credit or Charge to each Municipality in respect of power 

made and interest added during the year. Also the net amount Credited 

ending October 31, 1932, and the accumulated amount standing 



Municipality 



Date 

commenced 

operating 



Net credit or charge at 
October 31, 1931 



Credit Charge 



Cash receipts and 
payments on account 
of such credits and 
charges, also adjust- 
ments made during 
the year 



Credited Charged 



Acton 

Agincourt .... 
Ailsa Craig. . . 
Alvinston .... 
Amherstburg . 

Ancaster twp. 

Arkona 

Aylmer 

Ayr 

Baden 

Beachville. . . . 
Belle River. . . 
Blenheim .... 

Blyth 

Bolton 

Bothwell 

Brampton .... 
Brantford .... 
Brantford twp 
Bridgeport . . . 

Brigden 

Brussels 

Burford 

Burgessville. . 
Caledonia. . . . 

Campbellville. 

Cayuga 

Chatham 

Chippawa. . . . 
Clifford 

Clinton 

Comber 

Cottam 

Courtright. . . 
Dashwood. . . 

Delaware. . . . 
Dorchester. . . 

Drayton 

Dresden 

Drumbo 

Dublin 

Dundas 

Dunnville. . . . 

Dutton 

East Windsor. 



Jan., 


1913 


Nov., 


1922 


Jan., 


1916 


Apr., 


1922 


Nov., 


1925 


May, 


1923 


Dec, 


1926 


Mar., 


1918 


Jan., 


1915 


May, 


1912 


Aug., 


1912 


Dec, 


1922 


Nov., 


1915 


Jul., 


1924 


Feb. 


1915 


Sep. 


1915 


Nov. 


1911 


Feb. 


1914 


May, 
Mar., 


1924 


1928 


Jan., 


1918 


Jul., 


1924 


Jun., 


1915 


Nov., 


1916 


Oct., 


1912 


Jan., 


1925 


Nov., 


1924 


Feb., 


1915 


Sept., 


1919 


May, 


1924 


Mar., 


1914 


May, 


1915 


Nov., 


1926 


Dec, 


1923 


Sep., 


1917 


Mar., 


1915 


Dec, 


1914 


Mar., 


1918 


Apr., 


1915 


Dec. 


1914 


Oct. 


1917 


Jan., 


1911 


Jun., 


1918 


Sep., 


1915 


Nov., 


1922 



$ c 
597.71 
430.55 
319.11 
584.37 
2,619.51 

151.87 
155.17 
413.55 
731.76 
263.84 

703.18 

149.24 

380.83 

. 199.30 



6,787.55 
9,823.21 



677.27 
585.92 



44.67 

20.55 

566.02 

6,204.99 

304.88 



363.49 



286.23 

341.11 

62.76 



159.56 



790.17 
1.65 



916.69 
2,189.14 

498.32 
2,999.33 



$ c 



88.93 
92.07 



1,068.06 
35.21 



3.29 



50.84 



320.94 



493.68 



21.16 



548.09 



332.68 



88.93 
92.07 



1,068.06 
35.21 



3.29 



50.84 



320.94 
493*68 



21.16 
548.09 
245.03 



$ c. 
597.71 
430 . 55 
319.11 
584.37 
2,619.51 

151.87 
155.17 
413.55 
731.76 

263.84 

703.18 
149.24 
380 . 83 
199.30 



6,787.55 
9,823.21 



677.27 
585^92 



44.67 

20.55 

566.02 

6,204.99 

304.88 



363.49 



286.23 

341.11 

62.76 



159.56 



790.17 
246.68 



916.69 
2,189.14 

498.32 
2,999.33 



1933 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



179 



SYSTEM 



N.— CREDIT OR CHARGE 



supplied to it to October 31, 1931, the cash receipts and payments thereon, adjustments 
or Charged to each municipality in respect of power supplied in the year 
as a Credit or Charge to each municipality at October 31, 1932 



Interest at 4 % per annum 
added during the year 



Credited 



Charged 



Net amount credited or charged 
in respect of power supplied in 
the year ending October 31,1932 



Credited Charged 



Accumulated amount standing 
as a credit or charge on 
October 31, 1932 



Credit 



Charge 



$ c. 
11.30 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 
20.80 


$ c. 


$ c. 
9.50 


9.13 




280.48 
526.17 


289.61 

532.55 




6.38 








10.09 




34.92 


24.83 


53.18 




4,542.57 


4,595 . 75 




2.67 




32.26 


29.59 


2.66 




20.52 

1,491.47 

847.90 

510.43 

1,310.37 
302.01 


23.18 

1,499.70 

860.59 

515.07 

1,325.66 
305 . 29 

"642'78"' 
655.94 




8.23 








12.69 








4.64 








15.29 








3.28 








6.49 




283.00 


276.51 


3.77 




639.01 
657.93 






1.99 

1.88 








625.72 


627.60 


116.42 


4,029.41 


4,145.83 




187.88 




5,806.46 
267.27 


5,618.58 
286.06 




18.79 
0.70 








471.18 

761.21 
833.67 
304.01 


470 . 48 

772.85 
833.61 
315.96 




11.64 








0.06 






11.95 








0.93 


687.92 


688.85 


0.74 


233.31 

143.99 
714.06 
7,183.98 
506.19 
187.39 

571.46 
606.01 
188.71 
93.04 
296.15 

74.26 


234.05 

144.41 

725.22 

7,288.41 

512.92 

181.36 

577.54 
597.54 
194.97 
99.94 
297.46 

73.87 




0.42 








11.16 








104.43 









6.73 








6.03 

8!47" 






6.08 












6.26 






6.90 








1.31 










0.39 






3.19 


7.62 

49.99 


4.43 




15.99 






65.98 


13.47 


639.37 
477.73 

58.98 
1,479.78 
3,137.47 
1,148.51 
4,678.92 


652.84 
479.05 




1.32 










13.31 




287 01 


17.73 




1,497.51 
3,181.73 
1,157.11 
4,731.69 




44.26 








8.60 








52.77 















180 



TWENTY-FIFTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 26 



NIAGARA 

Statement showing the net Credit or Charge to each Municipality in respect of power 

made and interest added during the year. Also the net amount Credited 

ending October 31, 1932, and the accumulated amount standing 



Municipality 



Date 

commenced 

operating 



Net credit or charge at 
October 31, 1931 



Credit Charge 



Cash receipts and 
payments on account 

of such credits and 
charges, also adjust- 
ments made during 
the year 



Credited | Charged 



Elmira 

Elora 

Embro 

Erieau 

Erie Beach 

Essex 

Etobicoke twp 

Exeter 

Fergus 

Fonthill 

Forest 

Gait 

Georgetown 

Glencoe 

Goderich 

Granton 

Guelph 

Hagersville 

Hamilton 

Harriston 

Harrow 

Hensall 

Hespeler 

Highgate 

Humberstone 

Ingersoll 

Jarvis 

Kingsville 

Kitchener 

Lambeth 

La Salle 

Leamington . . 

Listowel 

London 

London Railway Commission 

London twp 

Long Branch 

Lucan 

Lynden 

Markham 

Merlin 

Merritton 

Milton 

Milverton 

Mimico 



Nov., 


1913 


Nov., 


1914 


Jan., 


1915 


Jul, 


1924 


Jul, 


1925 


Nov., 


1923 


Aug. 


1917 


Jun , 


1916 


Nov., 


1914 


Jun , 


1926 


Mar., 


1917 


May, 


1911 


Sep., 


1943 


Aug., 


1920 


Feb., 


1914 


lul., 


1916 


Dec, 


1910 


Sep., 


1913 


Feb., 


1911 


Jul, 


1916 


Nov. 


1923 


Jan., 


1917 


Feb., 


1911 


Dec, 


1916 


Oct., 


1924 


May, 


1911 


Feb. 


1924 


Nov., 


1923 


Jan., 


1911 


Apr., 


1915 


Nov., 


1925 


Nov., 


1923 


Jun., 


1916 


Jan., 


1911 


Aug., 


1914 


Jan., 


1925 


Jan., 


1931 


Feb. 


1915 


Nov. 


1915 


Apr., 


1920 


Dec, 


1922 


Nov., 


1920 


Apr., 


1913 


Jun., 


1916 


May, 


1912 



332.14 

884.06 

26.38 

88.22 

891.62 
5,687.03 
851.85 
331.83 
120.57 

955.69 

9,657.65 

167.82 

273.77 
538.43 



6,393.82 
1,424.78 



322.62 

427.50 

5,937.55 



2,048.50 

384.60 

902.57 

28,607.15 

366.04 

743.92 

90.72 

337.99 

31,807.49 



857.68 
601.56 
484.85 
184.59 
983.37 

153.35 



248.31 
2,197.31 



$ c 
864.08 



12.91 



13,495.45 
894.36 



87.85 
413.55 



5,508.18 



453 . 46 

1,728.72 



$ c 

864.08 

16.80 



12.91 



13,495.45 



87.85 



453.46 
1,728.72 



348.94 

884.06 

26.38 

88.22 

891.62 
5,687.03 
851.85 
331.83 
120.57 

955.69 

9,657.65 

167.82 

273.77 
538.43 



6,393.82 
1,424.78 



7.58 

322.62 
427.50 

5,937.55 



2,048.50 

384.60 

902.57 

28,607.15 

366.04 

743.92 

90.72 

337.99 

31,807.49 



857.68 
601.56 
484.85 
184.59 
983.37 

153.35 



248.31 
2,197.31 



1933 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



181 



SYSTEM 



N.— CREDIT OR CHARGE 



supplied to it to October 31, 1931, the cash receipts and payments thereon, adjustments 
or Charged to each municipality in respect of power supplied in the year 
as a Credit or Charge to each municipality at October 31, 1932 



Interest at 4% per annum 
added during the year 


Net amount credited or charged 
in respect of power supplied in 
the year ending October 3 1 , 1932 


Accumulated amount standing 
as a credit or charge on 
October 31, 1932 


Credited 


Charged 


Credited Charged 


Credit 


Charge 


$ c. 


$ c. 
17.09 


$ c. 
541.54 
778.87 
826.41 


$ c. 


$ c. 
524.45 
785.20 
842.66 


$ c. 


6.33 






16.25 








0.44 




5.84 


5.40 


1.62 




49.10 

216.97 
6,007.91 
1,343.36 

72.23 


50.72 

236.36 

6,103.00 

1,357.60 

78.79 




19.39 








95.09 








14.24 








6.56 








2.37 




132.31 


129 94 


19.01 




410.10 
14,239.87 


429.11 
14,435.61 




195.74 








2.88 




308.34 
545.66 
522.09 

68.31 
4,582.32 


305.46 


5.54 








540 12 


10.94 








511 15 




0.28 






68.59 


127.18 






4,455.14 


29.47 




1,648.52 


1,677.99 




441.00 
35.93 


121,681.18 


122,122.18 
625.15 




312.72 

1,997.57 

530.71 

3,708.54 




6.35 




2,003.92 

539.63 

3,828.92 




8.92 






120.38 










1.75 
16.54 


132.93 
104.45 

2,557.13 


134 68 








534 54 


35.60 






2,521.53 


7.69 




463.81 
1,530.71 
1,511.62 

445.45 

295.14 

3,983.97 

892.81 

52,286.15 


471.50 
1,547.18 
1,989.97 

453.45 

311.39 

3,985.55 

899.87 

52,818.01 


16.47 




» • • •* 




478.35 






8.00 








16.25 








1.58 






7.06 








531.86 










220.33 


6,570.02 


12,298.53 


17.15 


1,079.41 


1,096.56 


10.06 




366.14 


356 08 


9.01 




182.93 

344.45 

1,044.04 


191.94 

348.30 

1,063.88 




3.85 








19.84 








2.93 




54.11 
654.19 


51 18 




8.42 
30.98 






662 61 




822.59 


791.61 




4.97 


15.95 


10 98 


47.79 




995.80 


1,043.59 













182 



TWENTY-FIFTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 26 



NIAGARA 

Statement showing the net Credit or Charge to each Municipality in respect of power 

made and interest added during the year. Also the net amount Credited 

ending October 31, 1932, and the accumulated amount standing 



Municipality 



Date 

commenced 

operating 



Net credit or charge at 
October 31, 1931 



Credit Charge 



Cash receipts and 
payments on account 
of such credits and 
charges, also adjust- 
ments made during 
the year 



Credited | Charged 



Mitchell 

Moorefield 

Mount Brydges 

Newbury 

New Hamburg 

New Toronto 

Niagara Falls 

Niagara-on-the-Lake 

Norwich 

Oil Springs 

Otterville 

Palmerston 

Paris , 

Parkhill 

Petrolia 

Plattsville 

Point Edward 

Port Colborne 

Port Credit 

Port Dalhousie 

Port Dover 

Port Rowan 

Port Stanley 

Preston 

Princeton 

Queenston 

Richmond Hill 

Ridgetown 

Riverside 

Rockwood 

Rodney 

St. Catharines 

St. Clair Beach 

St. George 

St Jacobs 

St. Marys 

St. Thomas 

Sandwich 

Sarnia 

Scarboro twp 

Seaf orth 

Simcoe 

Springfield 

Stamford twp 

Stouffville 



Sep., 


1911 


Mar., 


1918 


Mar., 


1915 


Mar., 


1921 


Mar., 


1911 


Feb., 


1914 


Dec. 


1915 


Aug. 


1919 


May 


1912 


Feb., 


1918 


Feb., 


1916 


Tul., 


1916 


Feb., 


1914 


May, 


1920 


May, 


1916 


Dec, 


1914 


Nov., 


1916 


Mar., 


1920 


Aug., 


1912 


Nov., 


1912 


Dec, 


1921 


Nov., 


1926 


Apr., 


1912 


Jan., 


1911 


Jan., 


1915 


Mar., 


1921 


Jun., 


1925 


Dec, 


1915 


Nov., 


1922 


Sep., 


1913 


Feb., 


1917 


Apr., 


1914 


Nov., 


1922 


Sept., 


1915 


Sept., 


1917 


May, 


1911 


Apr., 


1911 


Feb., 


1924 


Dec, 


1916 


Aug., 


1918 


Nov., 


1911 


Aug., 


1915 


Aug., 


1917 


Nov., 


1916 


Sep., 


1923 



$ c 
442.86 



682 
1 


64 
97 


5,542 


34 


555.68 
274.48 


274.67 



1,691.93 

576.61- 

2,114.50 

470.27 
2,496.57 



291.47 



408.76 
1,292.90 

572.69 
5,012.97 
1,037.05 

171.70 
1,131.43 

216.69 
1,289.52 

620.07 

50.91 



185.33 
182.78 
196.32 

3,402.67 
8,238.13 



19,273.31 
8,571.91 

408.57 
3,042.73 



905.28 
568.75 



$ c 
280^62 



224.27 



13,666.32 



358.83 
757.' 27 



1,748.20 
" 106.53 



5,279.45 



2,582.35 



93.86 



$ c 
282^60 



224.27 



358.83 



106.53 



5.279.45 



2,582.35 



93.86 



$ c 
442.86 

1.98 
682.64 

1.97 



5,542.34 



555.68 
274.48 



274.67 



1.691.93 

576.61 

2,114.50 

470.27 
2,496.57 



291.47 



408 . 76 
1,292.90 

572.69 
5,012.97 
1,037 05 

171.70 
1,131.43 

216.69 
1.289.52 

620.07 

50.91 



185.33 
182.78 
196.32 

3,402.67 
8,238.13 



19,273.31 
8,571.91 

408.57 
3,042.73 



905 . 28 
568.75 



1933 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



183 



SYSTEM 



N.— CREDIT OR CHARGE 



supplied to it to October 31, 1931, the cash receipts and payments thereon, adjustments 
or Charged to each municipality in respect of power supplied in the year 
as a Credit or Charge to each municipality at October 31, 1932 



Interest at 4% per annum 
added during the year 


Net amount credited or charged 
in respect of power supplied in 
the year ending October 3 1 , 193 2 


Accumulated amount standing 
as a credit or charge on 
October 31, 1932 


Credited 


Charged 


Credited 


Charged 


Credit 


Charge 


$ c. 
8.81 


$ c. 


$ c. 

1,048.73 

39.48 

538.58 


$ c. 


$ c. 

1,057.54 

33.40 

550.78 


$ c. 




6.08 






12.20 






0.04 




149.26 


149.22 




• 4.41 


556.46 
6,656.95 


552.05 
6,749.02 




92.07 








546.65 


16,406.72 


30,619.69 


10.63 


57.98 


68.61 


5.58 




222.32 


216.74 




6.51 


435.33 


428.82 




4.66 


386.47 


381.81 




30.29 


511.81 
2,185.82 

679.36 
1,317.04 

816.02 
2,693.66 
1,618.75 




275.75 


29.59 




2,215.41 

691.96 

1,359.79 

825.29 
2,738.99 




12.60 








42.75 








9.27 








45.33 










69.93 




199.38 


5.03 


252.98 




247.95 




3.07 


217.57 

267.54 

785.32 

1,631.70 


214.50 

274.20 

806.94 

1,642.85 




6.66 






21.62 








11.15 






83.82 




306.04 


222.22 


21.26 




988.68 

102.52 
1,713.64 


1,009.94 

105.39 
• 1,739.77 




2.87 








26.13 








3.77 




423.35 


419.58 


22.69 




3,178.99 
518.89 


3,201.68 
529.93 




11.04 








1.02 




436.50 
12,831.08 


435 . 48 




103.28 






12,934.36 


3.26 


249.56 

26.20 

294.36 

2,576.15 
15,684.09 

5,559.49 
23,447.00 

4,961.58 

278.45 
2,901.42 


252.82 

29.42 

298.36 

2,632.30 

15,827.24 
5,511.51 

23,767.17 
5,133.02 

285.33 
2,954.96 


3.22 








4.00 








56.15 








143.15 










47.98 






320.17 






171.44 








6.88 








53.54 










1.91 


119.92 
626.39 


121 83 


17.21 






609 18 


12.06 




971.00 


983.06 













184 



TWENTY-FIFTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 26 



NIAGARA 

Statement showing the net Credit or Charge to each Municipality in respect of power 

made and interest added during the year. Also the net amount Credited 

ending October 31, 1932, and the accumulated amount standing 



Municipality 



Date 

commenced 

operating 



Net credit or charge at 
October 31, 1931 



Credit Charge 



Cash receipts and 
payments on account 
of such credits and 
charges, also adjust- 
ments made during 
the year 



Credited | Charged 



Stratford 

Strathroy 

Sutton 

Tavistock 

Tecumseh 

Thamesford 

Thamesville 

Thedf ord 

Thorndale 

Thorold 

Tilbury 

Tillsonburg 

Toronto 

Toronto twp 

Walkerville 

Wallaceburg 

Wardsville 

Waterdown 

Waterford 

Waterloo 

Watford 

Welland 

Wellesley 

West Lome 

Weston 

Wheatley 

Windsor 

Woodbridge 

Woodstock 

Wyoming 

York East twp 

York North twp 

Zurich 

Toronto Transportation Comm 



Rural Power Districts* 

Acton R.P.D 

Ailsa Craig R.P.D 

Alvinston R.P.D 

Amherstburg R.P.D 

Aylmer R.P.D 



Jan., 1911 

Dec., 1914 

Aug., 1923 

Nov., 1916 

Nov., 1922 

Feb., 1914 

Oct., 1915 

May, 1922 

Mar., 1914 

Jan., 1921 

Apr., 1915 

Aug., 1911 

Jun., 1911 

Aug., 1913 

Nov., 1914 

Feb., 1915 

Jun., 1921 

Nov., 1911 

Apr., 1915 

Dec, 1910 

Sep., 1917 

Sep., 1917 

Nov., 1916 

Jan., 1917 

Jan., 1911 

Feb., 1924 

Oct., 1914 

Dec, 1914 

Jan., 1911 

Nov., 1916 

Jul., 1925 

Nov., 1923 

Sep., 1917 

Jan., 1927 



Feb., 1928 

Sep., 1930 

Jun., 1929 

Nov., 1923 

Nov., 1922 



$ c 

22,039.10 

2,711.87 

450.73 

293.41 

80.66 

344.82 
451.17 



370.59 

694.91 

375,289.75 

1,758.79 

8,706.36 



298.54 



815.75 
3,405.73 

881.34 

1,994.39 

176.06 



6,924.24 



35,556.41 

7.38 

7,906.51 

102.19 

9,261.31 

3,230.12 

343.17 

4,425 . 75 



94.16 



23,264.32 
9,968.53 



83.93 
254.54 
731.97 



703.38 
326^83 



756.60 

232.53 



167.87 



141.80 



$ c 



1.96 



83.93 

254.54 
731.97 



703.38 



756.60 



232.53 



$ c 

22,039.10 

2,711.87 

452.69 

293.41 

80.66 

344.82 
451.17 



370.59 

694.91 

375,289.75 

1,758.79 

8,706.36 



298.54 



815.75 
3,405.73 

881.34 

1,994.39 

176.06 



6,924.24 



35,556.41 

7.38 

7,906.51 

102.19 

9,261.31 

3,230.12 

343.17 

4,425.75 



1.93 



*For townships included in rural power districts see "Cost of Power" and "Rural Operating" 
statements preceding. 



1933 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



185 



SYSTEM 



N.— CREDIT OR CHARGE 



supplied to it to October 31, 1931, the cash receipts and payments thereon, adjustments 
or Charged to each municipality in respect of power supplied in the year 
as a Credit or Charge to each municipality at October 31, 1932 



Interest at 4% per annum 
added during the year 



Credited 



Charged 



Net amount credited or charged 
in respect of power supplied in 
the year ending October 3 1 , 1932 



Credited 



Charged 



Accumulated amount standing 
as a credit or charge on 
October 31, 1932 



Credit 



Charge 



$ c. 
376.67 


$ c. 


$ c. 

24,860.19 

3,485.56 

1,273.73 


$ c. 


$ c. 

25,236.86 

3,540.38 

1,281.56 


$ c. 


54.82 








7.83 








5.61 




517.77 


512.16 


1.42 




1,283.87 
444.83 


1,285.29 
451.58 




6.75 






8.73 




196.76 


188.03 




1.95 

5.56 

14.00 


56.07 
170.25 
719.82 

1,827.35 
1,138.46 
62,388.59 
1,693.86 
9,746.83 

765.75 


54.12 
164.69 
705.82 

1,833.67 
1,151.98 
69,566.26 
1,723.27 
9,900.02 

750.53 
















6.32 






13.52 








7,177.67 








29.41 








153.19 










15.22 






5.21 


152.98 


147.77 




13.07 


1,014.54 

636.25 

3,788.74 

624.67 


674.64 
650.51 

3,855.37 

644.19 




14.26 






66.63 








19.52 








35.75 




4,140.87 
221.72 


4,105.12 


2.94 








218.78 




18.80 


68.36 
3,569.25 

700.08 

38,663.62 

291.86 

4,973.97 


49.56 
3,705.30 

695.94 

• 39,254.28 

292.01 

5,128.64 




136.05 








4.14 






590.66 






0.15 








154.67 






2.04 




354.38 


352.34 


158.91 




3,151.68 


3,310.59 




56.84 




818.14 


761 30 


5.70 




536.30 
1,719.42 


542.00 
1,820.35 




100.93 










6.71 


242.12 

53.72 

265.98 


416.70 


3.71 




42.22 






5.67 




413.45 


930.57 


3,456.38 
2,855.50 


27,651.27 
13,222.77 




398.74 

















86 



TWENTY-FIFTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 26 



NIAGARA 

Statement showing the net Credit or Charge to each Municipality in respect of power 

made and interest added during the year. Also the net amount Credited 

ending October 31, 1932, and the accumulated amount standing 



Rural power districts 



Date 

commenced 

operating 



Net credit or charge at 
October 31, 1931 



Credit Charge 



Cash receipts and 
payments on account 

of such credits and 
charges, also adjust- 
ments made during 
the year 



Credited Charged 



Ayr R.P.D 

Baden R.P.D 

Beamsville R.P.D.. 
Belle River R.P.D. . 
Blenheim R.P.D.. . 

Bond Lake R.P.D. . 
Bothwell R.P.D. . . . 
Brampton R.P.D... 

Brant R.P.D 

Brigden R.P.D 

Burford R.P.D 

Caledonia R.P.D.. . 
Chatham R.P.D... 
Chippawa R.P.D.. . 
Clinton R.P.D 

Delaware R.P.D.. . . 
Dorchester R.P.D.. 

Dresden R.P.D 

Drumbo R.P.D 

Dundas R.P.D 

Dunnville R.P.D.. . 

Dutton R.P.D 

Elmira R.P.D 

Elora R.P.D 

Essex R.P.D 

Exeter R.P.D 

Forest R.P.D 

Gait R.P.D 

Georgetown R.P.D. 
Goderich R.P.D... . 

Grantham R.P.D.. 

Guelph R.P.D 

Haldimand R.P.D.. 
Harriston R.P.D.. . 
Harrow R.P.D 

Ingersoll R.P.D 

Jordan R.P.D 

Keswick R.P.D 

Kingsville R.P.D... 
Listowel R.P.D 

London R.P.D 

Lucan R.P.D 



Jul., 

Sept., 

Jan., 

Dec, 

Jul., 

Mar., 
Dec, 
Nov., 
Oct., 
Jan., 

Dec, 

Oct., 

May, 

Jul., 

Jul., 

Oct., 
Dec, 
May, 
Aug., 
Jan., 

Jul., 
Feb., 
Jun., 
Jan., 
Nov., 

Nov., 
Nov., 
Oct., 
Nov., 
Jun., 

Nov., 

Jan., 

Oct., 

Dec, 

Nov., 

Oct., 
May, 
Mar., 
Nov., 
Oct., 

Nov., 
Jun., 



926 
922 
923 
922 
924 

924 
923 
923 
922 
927 

926 
925 
922 
922 
928 

922 
921 
928 
922 
922 

928 
926 
926 
926 
924 

922 
926 
922 
924 
925 

924 
925 
925 
929 
923 

922 
922 
924 
923 
926 

922 
926 



$ c 
1,708.22 



35,638.54 
26,949.51 
13,139.96 

44,956.05 

7,503.96 

1,801.15 

592.23 



3,515.26 



15,999.21 
2,563.21 



2,483.22 



48.26 

1,805.95 

16.867.29 



1,724.84 



788.76 
13,395.05 

12,347.26 

590.64 

2,408.49 

3,509.58 

267.89 

535.04 



5,801.94 

11,197.69 

3,851.29 
9,617.74 



30,965.15 
1,650.60 

17,079.61 
228.02 



$ c 
562^37 



$ c, 



2,034.60 



683.34 



1,157.00 
"'835^51 



1,293.93 
"364'33 



4,508.73 
"506'45 



4,599.27 



95.00 



$ c 



19.67 



88.17 



42.68 



65.50 



1,272.06 



71.19 
4.14 



9.00 



15.24 



*For townships included in rural power districts see "Cost of Power" and "Rural Operating" 
statements preceding. 



1933 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



187 



SYSTEM 



N.— CREDIT OR CHARGE 



supplied to it to October 31, 1931, the cash receipts and payments thereon, adjustments 
or Charged to each municipality in respect of power supplied in the year 
as a Credit or Charge to each municipality at October 31, 1932 



Interest at 4 % per annum 
added during the year 



Credited 



Charged 



Net amount credited or charged 
in respect of power supplied in 
the year ending October 3 1 , 1932 



Credited 



Charged 



Accumulated amount standing 
as a credit or charge on 
October 31, 1932 



Credit 



Charge 



$ c. 
68.33 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 

847.05 

2,033.15 


$ c. 
929.50 


$ c. 




22.49 




2,618.01 


1,425.54 


5,842.57 
3,095.53 
2,124.54 

1,409.56 


42,906.65 
31,123.02 
15,790.10 

48,163.85 

6,868.19 

919.69 




1,077.98 








525.60 






1,798.24 








300.16 




935.93 

953.51 

3,666.78 

1,148.24 

1,043.35 
1,880.19 




72.05 








23.69 






3,050.86 




81.38 






3,264.22 


140.61 




2,612.52 






27.99 




2,611.19 


639.97 


1,118.68 
665.52 


17,757.86 
3,331.26 




102.53 










46.28 
33A2" 


717.83 


1,921.11 


99.33 


1,020.04 


3,602.59 






992.66 
355.60 

687.25 


1,861.59 


1.93 






305.41 


72.24 






1,190.94 
19,959.94 




674.69 




2,506.13 






51.76 


1,379.85 
2,487.18 
1,201.57 
1,406.23 


2,725.54 


68.99 




693 . 35 




14.57 






1,580.47 


30.27 






629.88- 


535.80 




3,939.34 


17,870.19 
12,726.42 




493.89 




114.73 
781.94 




21.66 






235.14 


96.34 




224.68 


2,729.51 

2,485.24 




140.38 




1,164.72 
2,221.31 




10.72 






1,942.70 


21.40 




527.28 


1,083.72 






180.35 


2,635.20 
607.99 
714.30 


7,324.28 


210.88 




4,132.77 






20.26 




1,241.01 


447.91 


4,616.72 


16,262.32 




153.81 




6,126.45 


2,192.54 


384.65 




2,620.89 


12,619.14 






18.3.97 


1,997.98 


6,781.22 


1,238.33 


2,417.84 


34,612.32 
587.85 

17,784.51 




66.02 




1,128.77 

59.28 

535.27 




684.42 








9.12 






298.13 













188 



TWENTY-FIFTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 26 



NIAGARA 

Statement showing the net Credit or Charge to each Municipality in respect of power 

made and interest added during the year. Also the net amount Credited 

ending October 31, 1932, and the accumulated amount standing 



Rural power districts 


Date 

commenced 

operating 


Net credit or charge at 
October 31, 1931 


Cash receipts and 
payments on account 

of such credits and 
charges, also adjust- 
ments made during 
the year 




Credit 


Charge 


Credited | Charged 


Lynden R.P.D 

Markham R.P.D 


Feb., 
Dec, 
Nov., 

Jan., 

Aug., 

Dec, 

Mar., 

Jan., 

May, 
Dec, 
Oct., 
Aug., 
Apr., 

Mar., 

Nov., 
Dec, 
Aug., 
Feb., 

Jul., 
Jun., 
Dec, 

Nov., 
Nov., 

Mar., 

Jul., 

Dec, 

Nov., 
Apr., 

Nov., 
Dec, 
Dec, 
Jan., 
Dec, 

Nov. 
Oct., 
Nov. 
Dec, 
Apr., 

Jan., 
Feb., 


1922 
1922 
1928 

1925 
1927 
1925 
1924 
1922 

1925 
1925 
1926 
1923 
1922 

1922 
1922 
1927 
1923 
1922 

1922 
1923 
1923 
1927 
1922 

1922 
1924 
1926 
1922 
1923 

1927 
1923 
1923 
1923 
1926 

1924 
1922 
1923 
1929 
1922 

1923 
1922 


$ c 

978.46 

20,200.58 


$ c 


$ c 


$ c 








Merlin R.P.D 


1,489.72 






Milton R.P.D 


5,777.39 

'"2,393 '.51 

6,242.40 

20,323.68 

9,775.93 
2,548.69 






Milverton R.P.D 


2,875.58 






Mitchell R.P.D 






Newmarket R.P.D 








Niagara R.P.D 






102.45 


Norwich R.P.D 






12.35 


Oil Springs R.P.D 

Palmerston R.P.D 








1,951.93 
230.64 




21.19 


Petrolia R.P.D 








Preston R.P.D 


• 8,818.01 

3,830.82 
4,676.42 




259.97 


Ridgetown R.P.D 








St. Jacobs R.P.D 






407 . 40 


St. Marys R.P.D 


6,158.89 






St. Thomas R.P.D 


15,234.06 


63.27 




Saltfleet R.P.D 


3,323.23 


218.92 


Sandwich R.P.D 


56,981.51 
10,801.70 
18,034.73 






Sarnia R.P.D 








Scarboro R.P.D 








Seaforth R.P.D 


456.72 






Simcoe R.P.D 


3,491.06 

8,043 . 28 

1,028.63 

855.47 

18,413.96 






Stamford R.P.D 






46.67 


Stratford R.P.D 






12.15 


Strathrov R.P.D. . . , 








Streetsville R.P.D 








Tavistock R.P.D 


3,304.50 






Thamesville R.P.D 


1,697.30 
4,258.54 
8,154.40 
8,940.29 
1,983.69 

1,886.14 
30,333.47 






Tilbury R.P.D 








Tillsonburg R.P.D 

Wallaceburg R.P.D 

Walsingham R.P.D 

Walton R.P.D 


























Waterdown R.P.D 








Waterford R.P.D 


1,253.68 
278.50 






Watford R.P.D 








Welland R.P.D 


37,988.31 

11,989.09 
12,332.33 





1,017.62 


Woodbridge R.P.D 








Woodstock R.P.D 
















Totals 




1,371,226.81 


92,879.5* 


1 31,477.64 


712,315.99 











*For townships included in rural power districts see "Cost of Power" and "Rural Operating" 
statements preceding. 



1933 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



189 



SYSTEM 



N— CREDIT OR CHARGE 



supplied to it to October 31, 1931, the cash receipts and payments thereon, adjustments 
or Charged to each municipality in respect of power supplied in the year 
as a Credit or Charge to each municipality at October 31, 1932 



Interest at 4% per annum 
added during the year 


Net amount credited or charged 
in respect of power supplied in 
the year ending October 3 1 , 1932 


Accumulated amount standing 
as a credit or charge on 
October 31, 1932 


Credited 


Charged 


Credited 


Charged 


Credit 


Charge 


$ c. 
39.14 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 
923.91 


$ c. 

93.69 

26,582.07 


$ c. 


808.02 




5,573.47 






59.59 


2,100.18 

224.53 

1,135.67 

807.75 

665.45 

2,527.63 


3,649.49 


231.10 




5,783.96 






115.02 




4,126.27 


95.74 




1,681.50 

5,826.65 

22,007.03 

7,626.78 
2,772.93 




249.70 








812.27 




973.53 




390.83 






101.95 




122.29 






78.14 
9.22 


1,664.22 
294.74 


3,715 48 






"*9,i66!i6" 

2,183.20 
3,743.01 


534 60 


348.44 


253.68 




153.23 




1,800.85 

703.53 

1,360.68 




177.52 










246.36 




7,765.93 


610.64 


1,653.86 
5,622.03 

2,361.64 

1,839.18 

5,538.43 

116.94 


17,561.83 
1,945.81 

61,622.41 
13,072.95 
24,294.55 






134.07 






2,279.26 






432.07 








721.39 










18.27 




358 05 


139.64 


319.41 

256.89 

849.91 

1,398.17 


3,311.29 

8,061.14 
207.31 




321.42 








40.74 








34.22 






508 48 


736.56 




121.04 


19,271.56 






132.18 


2,531.23 

552.72 


5,967.91 


67.89 




1,212.47 
5,007.08 
6,953.77 
9,511.49 
3,055.17 

2,473.41 
41,936.16 


170.34 




578.20 




326.18 




1,526.81 




357.61 




213.59 
992.13 

511.82 

10,389.35 

565.05 




79.35 








75.45 








1,213.34 








50.15 
11.14 




738 78 




57.22 




346 86 


1,509.38 


4,710.16 
3,146.37 


43,190.23 

15,615.02 
11,761.89 




479.56 








493 . 29 




1,063.73 












39,610.86 


3,262.70 


477,338.93 


247,831.94 


1,139,553.57 


276,189.54 



190 TWENTY-FIFTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE No. 26 

NIAGARA SYSTEM 
Reserve for Renewals — October 31, 1932 

Total provision for renewals to October 31, 1931 $16,018,453.96 

Deduct: 

Expenditures to October 31, 1931.. 1,231,438.07 



Balance brought forward October 31, 1931 $14,787,015 . 89 

Added during the year ending October 31, 1932: 

Amounts charged to municipalities as part of the cost of 

power delivered to them. $1,020,710.98 

Amounts included in costs of distribution of power within 

rural power districts 236,925 . 30 

Provision against equipment employed in respect of contracts 

with private companies which purchased power and 

against equipment in local distribution systems 322,065. 22 

Reserve provided in respect of lines transferred to certain 

rural power districts from power properties 2,224. 83 

Interest at 4% per annum on the monthly balances at the 

credit of the account 591,480.64 



2,173,406.97 



Deduct: $16,960,422.86 

Provision for renewals on lines and equipment sold to 

sundry municipalities $1,406 . 89 

Provision for renewals to October 31, 1931, in respect of 
Scott Street Steam Plant property which is now 

disposed of 124,544.42 

Expenditures during the year ending October 31, 1932 204,579.02 

330,530.33 



Balance carried forward October 31, 1932 $16,629,892.53 



NIAGARA SYSTEM 
Reserve for Obsolescence and Contingencies — October 31, 1932 

Balance brought forward October 31, 1931 $14,629,578. 26 

Amount provided to October 31, 1931, in respect of properties 

known as the "Dominion Power Properties" 1 15,697 . 72 

Added during the year ending October 31, 1932: 

Amounts included in the costs of distribution of power within 

rural power districts 1 18,462 . 65 

Interest at 4% per annum on monthly balances at the credit 

of the account. 585,183.13 



703,645.78 



Deduct: $15,448,921.76 

Contingencies met with during the year incidental to plant 

operations $61,428. 13 

Cost to the Commission (including provisions for Sinking 

Fund $503,451.13 and Renewals $322,065.22) of power 

delivered to private companies and customers under 

flat rate contracts in excess of the revenue received from 

them 1,949,367 . 83 

Commission's share of American exchange paid 

during the year by the Province of Ontario 

on the transfer of funds to New York to 

meet capital retirements $514,185 . 18 

Note: — Above amount is exclusive of 

American exchange on interest coupons. 

Less — Profit on English exchange in connection 

with the transfer of funds to London to 

retire debenture stock 112,075. 20 



402,109.98 



Amount appropriated from the Contingency Reserve and 
applied proportionately to each municipality in reduc- 
tion of the cost of delivery of power thereto 595,280. 80 



3,008,186.74 



Balance carried forward October 31, 1932 $12,440,735.02 



1933 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



191 



NIAGARA SYSTEM 



SINKING FUND 



Statement showing Sinking Fund paid by each Municipality in the periods mentioned 

hereunder as part of the cost of power delivered thereto, together with 

its proportionate share of other sinking funds provided out 

of other revenues of the system and interest allowed 

thereon to October 31, 1932 



Municipality 



Period of 
years ending 
Oct. 31, 1932 



Acton 

Agincourt .... 
Ailsa Craig . . . 

Alvinston 

Amherstburg. . 

Ancaster twp . 

Arkona 

Aylmer 

Ayr 

Baden 

Beachville. . . . 
Belle River... 

Blenheim 

Blyth 

Bolton 

Bothwell 

Brampton 
Brantford 
Brantford twp 
Bridgeport 

Brigden 

Brussels 

Burford ...... 

Burgessville. . 
Caledonia 

Campbellville. 

Cayuga 

Chatham 

Chippawa 
Clifford 

Clinton 

Comber 

Cottam 

Courtright 

Dashwood 

Delaware 

Dorchester. . . 

Drayton 

Dresden 

Drumbo 

Dublin 

Dundas 

Dunnville. . . . 

Dutton 

East Windsor. 



15 years 

8 " 

12 " 

9 ■ 
15 " 

9 " 

6 " 

9 " 

13 " 
15 " 

15 " 
10 " 
12 " 

9 " 

12 " 

12 u 

16 " 

13 " 
9 " 

5 " 

10 " 
9 « 

12 « 

11 " 
15 " 



12 

10 

9 

13 

12 

6 

9 

10 

12 
13 
9 
12 
13 

10 
16 
9 
12 
10 



Amount 



30,489.17 
4,431.65 
8,769.61 
8,603.59 

24,324.08 

7,212.25 
2,479.38 

20,336.07 
7,296.42 

17,660.88 

21,529.77 
4,555.41 

19,103.52 
4,300.59 
9,735.02 

10,281.55 

83,343.96 

422,457.46 

13,452.30 

2,140.43 

6,369.01 
6,152.76 
6,884.05 
2,885.11 
11,031.56 

731.40 

3,963 . 76 

201,478.05 

8,793.10 

2,953.16 

23,720.24 

10,263.00 

1,581.57 

2,702.70 

4,499.23 

1,426.14 

3,550.96 

6,029.19 

16,065.52 

3,272.85 

3,030.15 
75,080.63 
28,253.22 

9,972.54 

112,802.85 



Municipality 



Period of 
years ending 
Oct. 3 1,1932 



Elmira 

Elora 

Embro 

Erieau 

Erie Beach 

Essex 

Etobicoke twp .... 

Exeter 

Fergus 

Fonthill 

Forest 

Gait 

Georgetown 

Glencoe 

Goderich 

Gran ton 

Guelph 

Hagersville 

Hamilton 

Harriston 

Harrow 

Hensall 

Hespeler 

Highgate 

Humberstone 

Ingersoll 

Jarvis. 

Kingsville 

Kitchener 

Lambeth 

LaSalle 

Leamington 

Listowel 

London 

London Ry. Comm 

London twp 

Long Branch 

Lucan 

Lynden 

Markham 

Merlin 

Merritton 

Milton 

M ilverton 

Mimico 



14 years 
13 " 
13 " 

9 ■ 



9 
10 
11 
13 

7 

10 

16 

14 

9 

13 

11 
16 
14 
16 
11 

9 
11 
16 
11 

9 

16 

9 

9 

16 

12 

7 

9 

11 

16 

13 



2 

12 
12 

9 

9 
11 
14 
11 
15 



Amount 



43,020.82 

20,786.44 

5,897.84 

2,478.25 

643.18 

13,873.16 
79,546.25 
20,912.33 
25,281.78 
2,351.03 

14,707.04 

284,752.36 

49,924.77 

9,481.57 

63,694.65 

4,319.34 

333,433.78 

43,449.04 

1,870,477.61 

17,138.78 

9,485.41 
7,598.95 
49,551.83 
5,394.17 
8,380.37 

94,747.96 
6,899.05 

18,769.21 

634,997.65 

4,709.82 

5,938.03 

32,975.35 

36,411.85 

1,145,236.95 

77,605.15 

6,575.78 
3,978.05 
10,418.84 
7,840.67 
8,075.72 

6,558.84 
42,913.51 
57,948.39 
25,455.10 
65,893.56 



192 



TWENTY-FIFTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 26 



NIAGARA SYSTEM 



SINKING FUND 



Statement showing Sinking Fund paid by each Municipality in the periods mentioned 

hereunder as part of the cost of power delivered thereto, together with 

its proportionate share of other sinking funds provided out 

of other revenues of the system and interest allowed 

thereon to October 31, 1932 



Municipality 



Mitchell 

Moorefield 

Mount Brydges. . 

Newbury 

New Hamburg. . . 

New Toronto 
Niagara Falls 
Niagara-on-Lake . 

Norwich 

Oil Springs 

Otterville 

Palmerston 

Paris 

Parkhill 

Petrolia 

Plattsville 

Point Edward 

Port Colborne 

Port Credit 

Port Dalhousie.. . 

Port Dover 

Port Rowan 

Port Stanley 

Preston 

Princeton 

Queenston 

Richmond Hill. . . 

Ridgetown 

Riverside 

Rockwood 

Rodney 

St. Catharines. . . 
St. Clair Beach . . . 

St. George 

St. Jacobs 

St. Marys 

St. Thomas 

Sandwich 

Sarnia 

Scarboro twp 

Seaforth 

Simcoe 

Springfield 

Stamford Twp . . . 
Stouffville 



Period of 
years ending 
Oct. 31, 1932 



16 years 

9 " 

12 " 
9 " 

16 " 

13 " 

12 " 

9 " 

15 " 

9 " 

11 " 

11 " 

13 " 
9 " 

11 " 

13 " 

10 " 

11 " 
15 " 
11 " 

9 " 

6 a 

15 " 

16 " 
13 " 



12 
10 
14 

10 
11 
10 
12 
10 

16 
16 

9 
11 

9 

16 
12 
10 
11 
9 



Amount 



22,789.60 
3,195.47 
3,501.49 
2,160.36 

26,269.83 



210,186, 

290,121, 

14,392 

19,548. 

13,428. 

4,083. 
21,508. 
59,170, 

8,982. 
52,566. 

4,623, 
22,811, 
43,497, 
17,251. 
14,732, 

11,079, 
2,906, 

19,896, 

142,339, 

3,897. 

3,341, 

6,992. 

20,709 

37,317, 

5,752. 

6,130. 
259,563. 
3,163. 
6,845. 
7,153. 



69,654.68 
237,830.74 
111,044.97 
290,686.22 

72,344.99 

34,414.01 
42,800.62 

4,749.92 
42,365.49 

6,715.70 



Municipality 



Stratford 

Strathroy 

Sutton 

Tavistock 

Tecumseh , 

Thamesford . 

Thamesville. . . , 

Thedford 

Thorndale 

Thorold 

Tilbury 

Tillsonburg 

Toronto 

Toronto tWp 

Walkerville. 

Wallaceburg 

Wardsville 

Waterdown 

Waterford 

Waterloo 

Watford 

Welland 

Wellesley 

West Lome 

Weston 

Wheatley 

Windsor 

Woodbridge. . . , 

Woodstock 

Wyoming , 

York East twp . , 
York North twp 
Zurich 



Toronto Trans. Com. 
Sandwich, Windsor & 
Amherstburg Ry. Co. 
Windsor, Essex & 
Lake Shore Railway 
Association 



Period of 
years ending 
Oct. 31, 1932 



16 years 
13 " 
9 " 
11 " 
10 " 



13 
12 
9 
13 
10 



12 
16 
16 
14 
13 



12 
9 
16 
12 
16 



10 
10 
11 
11 
16 



9 
13 
13 
16 
li 



9 
10 



11 
10 



Amount 



307,773.52 

42,752.87 

6,040.27 

21,646.60 

11,721.69 



8,670.56 
8,597.77 
4,202.55 
4,719.84 
39,415.26 



22,403.90 

43,328.89 

9,145,449.91 

42,166.16 

320,310.18 



92,757.37 

1,637.38 

12,178.89 

15,561.36 

128,459.61 



10,416.65 

133,600.76 

9,055.32 

15,679.40 
113,783.85 



5,501.81 

951,295.58 

14,439.00 

188,447.32 

3,989.73 



97,749.41 

39,473.44 

6,865.12 



124,434.31 
88,826.48 



8,849.94 



933 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



193 



NIAGARA SYSTEM 



SINKING FUND 



Statement showing Sinking Fund paid by each Municipality in the periods mentioned 

hereunder as part of the cost of power delivered thereto, together with 

its proportionate share of other sinking funds provided out 

of other revenues of the system and interest allowed 

thereon to October 31, 1932 



Rural power district* 



Acton R.P.D 

Ailsa Craig R.P.D... 

Alvinston R.P.D 

Amherstburg R.P.D 
Aylmer R.P.D.. 



Ayr R.P.D 

Baden R.P.D 

Beamsville R.P.D 

Belle River R.P.D 

Blenheim R.P.D 

Bond Lake R.P.D 

Bothwell R.P.D 

Brampton R.P.D 

Brant R.P.D 

Brigden R.P.D 

Burford R.P.D 

Caledonia R.P.D 

Chatham R.P.D 

Chippawa R.P.D 

Clinton R.P.D 

Delaware R.P.D 

Dorchester R.P.D 

Dresden R.P.D 

Drumbo R.P.D 

Dundas R.P.D 

Dunnville R.P.D 

Dutton R.P.D 

Elmira R.P.D 

Elora R.P.D 

Essex R.P.D 



Exeter R.P.D 

Forest R.P.D 

Gait R.P.D 

Georgetown R.P.D 
Goderich R.P.D... 

Grantham R.P.D. . 

Guelph R.P.D 

Haldimand R.P.D. 
Harriston R.P.D. . 
Harrow R.P.D 

Ingersoll R.P.D 

Jordan R.P.D 

Keswick R.P.D 

Kingsville R.P.D.. 
Listowel R.P.D 



Period 
of years 

ending 

Oct. 31 

1932 



5 years 

3 " 

4 " 
9 " 

11 a 

7 " 

11 " 

10 " 

10 « 
9 " 

9 " 

9 " 

9 « 

11 " 

6 " 



6 


u 


8 


a 


11 


it 


11 


a 


5 


u 


10 


it 


11 


it 


5 


it 


11 


a 


11 


a 


5 


it 


7 


a 


7 


a 


7 


u 


8 


a 


10 


it 


6 


a 


11 


it 


8 


it 


8 


a 


8 


it 


8 


it 


8 


a 


3 


u 


9 


u 


11 


u 


11 


ti 


9 


it 


9 


a 


6 


it 



Amount 



$ c 

280.20 

92.72 

139.27 

22,078.67 

10,525.32 

1,216.20 

9,957.94 

31,037.44 

10,605.30 

5,140.80 

22,645.89 
4,744.96 
3,763.13 

13,180.46 
2,148.61 

3,679.43 
7,305.11 
15,592.13 
5,490.47 
3,760.67 

12,088.62 

17,252.09 

770.69 

4,974.45 

16,343.73 

542.81 
2,841.74 
1,327.82 
4,015.70 
8,295.56 

10,461.99 
1,109.92 
4,954.61 
3,704.89 
2,856.98 

17,590.37 

7,620.88 

4,149.53 

444.43 

9,706.77 

10,423.09 

6,544.19 

11,444.82 

28,079.12 

3,621.37 



Rural power district 



London R.P.D 

Lucan R.P.D 

Lynden R.P.D 

Markham R.P.D. . 
Merlin R.P.D 

Milton R.P.D 

Milverton R.P.D... 

Mitchell R.P.D 

Newmarket R.P.D . 
Niagara R.P.D 

Norwich R.P.D 

Oil Springs R.P.D.. 
Palmers ton R.P.D . 

Petrolia R.P.D 

Preston R.P.D 

Ridgetown R.P.D . . 
St. Jacobs R.P.D... 
St. Marys R.P.D. .. 
St. Thomas R.P.D. 
Saltfleet R.P.D 

Sandwich R.P.D. . . 

Sarnia R.P.D 

Scarboro R.P.D 

Seaforth R.P.D.... 
Simcoe R.P.D 

Stamford R.P.D. . . 
Stratford R.P.D.... 
Strathroy R.P.D . . . 
Streetsville R.P.D.. 
Tavistock R.P.D . . . 

Thamesville R.P.D. 

Tilbury R.P.D 

Tillsonburg R.P.D. 
Wallaceburg R.P.D 
Walsingham R.P.D 

Walton R.P.D 

Waterdown R.P.D.. 
Waterford R.P.D... 

Watford R.P.D 

Welland R.P.D 

Woodbridge R.P.D. 
Woodstock R.P.D . . 

Total 



Period 
of years 

ending 

Oct. 31 

1932 



10 years 
7 " 

11 " 
10 " 

4 " 



Amount 



$ c. 

45,532.01 
2,713.54 
7,162.84 

11,560.13 
4,470.64 



4,134. 
1,830. 
5,826. 
7,440. 
16,973, 



14,410.58 

2,068.17 

929.00 

1,030.55 

27,925.17 

13,726.33 

8,752.07 

6,576.47 

19,243.26 

33,162.83 

39,633.76 

19,118.36 

7,953.21 

1,465.96 

5,606.21 

5,128.02 
7,380.20 
2,596.27 
10,739.23 
5,831.50 

3,090.37 

3,895.08 

17,069.65 

10,090.06 

4,358.11 

3,288.80 
14,254.75 

4,557.53 

497.25 

44,801.45 

23,541.42 
20,737.88 



$21,808,954.04 



*For townships included in rural power districts see "Cost of Power" and "Rural Operating" 
statements preceding. 



94 TWENTY-FIFTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE No. 26 



NIAGARA SYSTEM 
Reserve for Sinking Fund— October 31, 1932 

Total provision for sinking fund to October 31, 1931 $19,068,293. 89 

Provided in the year ending October 31, 1932, in respect of: 

Advances by the Province for construction of transmission 

lines and stations $586,3 15 . 5 1 

Advances by the Province for construction of rural power 

districts 63,315.62 

Advances by the Province for construction of pipe line to 

Ontario Power generating station 36,923 . 85 . 

Advances by the Province for construction of Queenston- 

Chippawa development 809,645 . 73 

Bonds issued and assumed by the Commission in connection 
with the purchase of the properties of the Ontario Power 
Company, Toronto Power Company, Essex system and 
Thorold system 481,727 .68 

Interest at 4% per annum on amounts standing at the credit 

of the reserve accounts 762,731.76 

2,740,660.15 

Total $21,808,954.04 



1933 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



195 



NIAGARA SYSTEM— RURAL LINES 

Statement showing Interest, Sinking Fund, Renewals and Contingencies charged by 

the Commission to the Municipalities which operate the respective 

rural lines, for the year ending October 31, 1932 



Operated by 


Capital 
cost 


Interest 


Sinking 
fund 


Renewals 


Contin- 
gencies 


Total interest, 
sinking fund, 
renewals and 
contingencies 
charged 


Milton 


$ c. 
15,909.84 
19,617.60 


$ c. 
789 . 13 
823.94 


$ c. 
286.38 
353.12 


$ c. 
318.20 
392.35 


$ c. 
159.10 
196.18 


$ c. 
1,552.81 


Welland 


1,765.59 






Totals 


35,527.44 


1,613.07 


639.50 


710.55 


355.28 


3,318.40 







NIAGARA SYSTEM— RURAL LINES 

Statement showing the total Sinking Fund paid in respect of each line together with 
interest allowed thereon to October 31, 1932 



Lines operated by 


Period of years 

ending 
October 31, 1932 


Amount 


Milton. . . 


19 years 

20 " 


$ c. 
3,025.23 

9 865 75 


Welland 








Total. . . 


12,890.98 







NIAGARA SYSTEM— RURAL LINES 
Reserve for Sinking Fund— October 31, 1932 

Total provision for Sinking Fund to October 31, 1931 $11,780 27 

Provided in the year ending October 31, 1932 639 . 50 

Interest at 4% per annum on the amount standing at the credit of the account.. . . 471 . 21 

Total $12,890 .98 



196 



TWENTY-FIFTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 26 



GEORGIAN BAY 

Operating Account for Year 

Costs of operation as provided for under the terms of the Power Commission Act 

Power purchased $18,810 .77 

Costs of operation and maintenance, including the proportion of 
administrative expenses chargeable to the operation of the system: 

Generation and transmission equipment $433,227. 76 

Rural power districts 49,909 . 36 

483,137.12 

Interest (including exchange) on capital investment in: 

Generation and transmission equipment $377,725 . 15 

Rural power districts 34,832 .21 

412,557.36 

Provision for renewal of: 

Generation and transmission equipment $98,591 .83 

Rural power districts 26, 145 . 83 

124,737.66 

Provision for obsolescence and contingencies in respect of: 

Generation and transmission equipment $28,083 .38 

Rural power districts 26, 145 . 83 

54,229.21 

Provision for sinking fund: 

By charges included in the cost of power delivered to munici- 
palities and rural power districts $72,462.99 

By charges against contracts with private companies which 

purchase power 6,997 . 53 

By charges included in the cost of distribution of power within 

rural power districts 7,237 .63 

86,698.15 



$1,180,170.27 



GEORGIAN BAY 

Statement showing the amount to be paid by each Municipality as the Cost — under 

received by the Commission from each Municipality on account of such cost; 

upon ascertainment (by annual adjustment) of the actual cost 



Municipality 



Interim rates 

per 
horsepower 
collected by 
Commission 
during year 



To 

Jan. 1 
1932 



To 

Oct. 31 

1932 



Share of 

capital cost 

of system 

on which 

interest and 

fixed 

charges are 

payable 



Average 
horse- 
power 

supplied 
in year 

after cor- 
rection 

for power 
factor 



Cost of 
power 
pur- 
chased 



Share of operating 



Operating, 
main- 
tenance 

and 
adminis- 
trative 
expenses 



Interest 
(including 
exchange) 



Alliston 

Arthur 

Barrie 

Beaverton. . 
Beeton 

Bradford . . . 
Brechin. . . . 
Cannington. 
Chatsworth . 
Chesley. . . . 

Coldwater. . 
Collingwood 
Cookstown . 
Creemore. . 
Dundalk. . . 



$ c. 
60.00 
75.00 
32.00 
37.00 
75.00 

65.00 
55.00 
40.00 
45.00 
43.00 

36.00 
40.00 
60.00 
55.00 
37.00 



$ c. 
60.00 
75.00 
36.00 
43.00 
75.00 

70.00 
58.00 
45.00 
45.00 
40.00 

39.00 
40.00 
60.00 
55.00 
42.00 



$ 


c. 


93,402 


39 


68,037 


34 


594,521 


13 


61,438 


70 


63,314.31 


62,075 


58 


18,870 


22 


46,609 


23 


14,971 


18 


135,131 


13 


65,511 


77 


403,989 


45 


20,238 


23 


44,697 


20 


43,903 


30 



221.2 
119.3 
2,346.8 
212.7 
118.6 

129.8 
50.4 

157.8 
47.9 

479.6 

240.2 

1,409.2 

52.2 

114.6 

157.8 



$ c 
156.99 

84.67 

1,665.57 

150.96 

84.17 

92.12 
35.77 

112.00 
34.00 

340.37 

170.47 

1,000.14 

37.05 

81.33 

112.00 



$ c 
5,169.38 
4,915.51 
33,086.74 
3,914.23 
3,671.99 

3,877.38 
1,132.17 
3,121.12 
1,027.40 
7,389.23 

3,499.55 
23,190.44 
1,243.35 
2,502.56 
3,014.22 



$ c. 
4,668.86 
3,386.81 
29,699.40 
3,038.85 
3,172.55 

3,090.52 
927.79 

2,306.89 
745.12 

6,728.77 

3,275.03 

19,978.65 

1,010,11 

2,232.36 

2,172.58 



1933 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



197 



SYSTEM 

Ending October 31, 1932 

Revenue for period 

Collected from municipalities $866,152.47 

Power sold to private companies 79,960 . 7 1 

Collected from customers in rural power districts 215,718.07 



-$1,161,831.25 



Add: 



Amounts due by certain municipalities, being the difference 
between the sums paid and the cost of power supplied to 
them in the year. . $15,057.46 

Amounts due by municipalities comprising certain rural power 
districts, being the difference between the revenue collected 
from customers therein and the cost of power supplied to 
them in the year 31,902 .47 



- 46,959.93 
$1,208,791.18 



Deduct: 

Amounts collected from certain municipalities in excess of the 
sums required to be paid by them for power supplied in the 

year $25,603 .65 

Amounts collected from customers in certain rural power districts 

in excess of the cost of power delivered thereto 3,017 . 26 

28,620.91 

Revenue $1,180,170.27 

$1,180,170.27 



SYSTEM 



G.B.—COST OF POWER 



the Power Commission Act — of Power supplied to it by the Commission; the amount 
and the amount remaining to be credited or charged to each Municipality 
of power supplied to it in the year ending October 31, 1932 



costs and fixed charges 


Cost in 
excess of 

revenue 
from power 

sold to 

private 
companies 


Total cost 

of power 

for year as 

provided to 

be paid 

under 

Power 

Commission 

Act ; 


Amounts 
received 

from 

(or billed 

against) 

each 

municipality 

by the 
Commission 






Renewals 


Obsoles- 
cence and 
contin- 
gencies 


Sinking 
fund 


Amounts remaining to 
be credited or charged 
to each municipality 




Credited Charged 


$ c. 
1,402.31 
1,109.55 


$ c. 
310.09 
219.52 
2,236.01 
228.31 
203.76 

206.98 
68.93 

171.78 
59.96 

520.24 

253.57 

1,489.04 

74.76 

159.15 

165.36 


$ c. 
981 . 89 
715.55 
6,247.10 
645 . 40 
668.64 

652.69 
198.33 
489.64 
157.28 
1,418.23 

688.05 
4,243.57 
212.72 
471.17 
458.30 


$ c. 
125.07 

67 . 45 

1,326.83 

120.26 

67.05 

73.39 
28.50 
89.22 
27.08 
271.15 

135.80 

796.71 

29.52 

64.79 

89.22 


$ c. 

12,814.59 

10,499.06 

81,218.70 

8,878.98 

8,890.09 

8,961.28 
2,662.78 
6,890.61 
2,249.38 
18,358.61 

8,826.95 
55,811.21 
2,902.37 
6,166.57 
6,552.11 


$ c. 

14,130.23 
8,948.09 

82,733.03 
9,486.86 
9,456.88 

9,558.63 
2,904.85 
7,391.24 
2,156.96 
20,606.93 

9,373.88 
56,666.96 
3,158.76 
6,695.87 
6,470.34 


$ c. 
1,315.64 


$ c. 
1.550 '97 


6,957.05 


1,514.33 
607.88 
566.79 

597.35 
242.07 
500.63 

"2,248! 32 

546.93 

855.75 
256.39 
529.30 




780.97 




1,021.93 
968.20 




271.29 

599.96 

198.54 

1,690.62 


"92!42 


804.48 




5,112.66 




294.86 




655.21 




540.43 


81.77 









198 



TWENTY-FIFTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 26 



GEORGIAN BAY 

Statement showing the amount to be paid by each Municipality as the Cost — under 

received by the Commission from each Municipality on account of such cost; 

upon ascertainment (by annual adjustment) of the actual cost 



Municipality 



Interim rates 

per 
horsepower 
collected by 
Commission 
during year 



To 

Jan. 1 

1932 



To 

Oct. 31 

1932 



Share of 

capital cost 

of system 

on which 

interest and 

fixed 

charges are 

payable 



Average 
horse- 
power 

supplied 
in year 

after cor- 
rection 

for power 
factor 



Cost of 
power 
pur- 
chased 



Share of operating 



Operating, 
main- 
tenance 

and 
adminis- 
trative 
expenses 



Interest 
(including 
exchange) 



Durham 

Elmvale 

Elmwood 

Flesherton 

Grand Valley. . . . 

Gravenhurst 

Hanover 

Holstein 

Huntsville 

Kincardine 

Kirkfield 

Lucknow 

Markdale 

Meaford 

Midland 

Mount Forest.. . 

Neustadt 

Orangeville 

Owen Sound 

Paisley 

Penetanguishene . 

Port Elgin 

Port McNicoll . . . 

Port Perry 

Priceville 

Ripley 

Rosseau 

Shelburne 

Southampton. . . . 
Stayner 

Sunderland 

Tara 

Teeswater 

Thornton 

Tottenham 

Uxbridge 

Victoria Harbour 

Walkerton 

Waubaushene 

Wiarton 

Windermere 

Wingham 

Woodville 



$ c 
33.00 
38.00 
48.00 
43.00 
58.00 

24.00 
35.00 
90.00 
26.00 
60.00 

60.00 
65.00 
36.00 
40.00 
30.00 

40.00 
70.00 
45.00 
30.00 
58.00 

35. 0C 
40.00 
33.00 
50.00 
85.00 

80.00 
127.00 
41.00 
40.00 
44.00 

55.00 
55.00 
58.00 
85.00 
96.00 

55.00 
40.00 
35.00 
43.00 
75.00 

100.00 
60.00 
53.00 



$ c. 
42.00 
43.00 
53.00 
45.00 
58.00 

24.00 
35.00 
90.00 
26.00 
58.00 

60.00 
63.00 
40.00 
46.00 
35.00 

48.00 
70.00 
45.00 
36.00 
55.00 

40.00 
40.00 
38.00 
50.00 
85.00 

80.00 
127.00 
46.00 
40.00 
44.00 

60.00 
53.00 
58.00 
85.00 
92.00 

55.00 
46.00 
38.00 
44.00 
65.00 

100.00 
60.00 
56.00 



$ c. 




89,094.94 


295.8 


41,907.65 


148.8 


18,433.16 


61.6 


25,589.31 


80.4 


46,789.45 


107.6 


116,960.73 


578.8 


252,025.81 


980.8 


14,772.62 


18.2 


175,266.16 


1,053.8 


173,437.88 


399.6 


14,029.33 


28.1 


86,688.18 


■ 184.5 


40,527.99 


148.5 


136,632.82 


401.4 


729,376.54 


2,937.9 


110,636.02 


321.3 


30,878.17 


33.1 


186,487.08 


543.0 


843,588.84 


3,337.5 


52,318.13 


108.5 


166,491.92 


568.4 


62,763.25 


211.9 


26,250.01 


95.9 


74,937.32 


196.7 


8,004.72 


15.1 


32,785.30 


54.7 


29,171.13 


29.7 


63,222.28 


202.4 


59,097.75 


217.2 


61,075.66 


207.8 


25,676.91 


60.0 


26,632.32 


76.7 


45,699.93 


103.0 


10,572.28 


20.0 


41,905.81 


61.0 


83,151.15 


207.3 


21,673.06 


68.3 


116,965.86 


437.4 


12,198.46 


44.5 


113,089.99 


221.8 


15,755.37 


28.9 


125,019.41 


251.6 


23,247.12 


56.7 



$ c. 
209.94 
105.61 
43.72 
57.06 
76.37 

410.79 
696.09 
12.92 
156.49 
283.60 

19.94 
130.94 
105.39 

284.88 
2,085.08 

228.03 
23.49 

385.38 

2,368.68 

77.00 

403.40 
150.39 

68.06 
139.60 

10.72 

38.82 

21.07 

143.65 

154.15 

147.48 

42.58 
54.44 
73.10 
14.19 
43.29 

147.12 
48.47 

310.42 
31.58 

157.42 

20.51 

178.57 
40.24 



$ c. 
6,378.77 
2,810.96 
1,222.25 
1,981.00 
3,149.57 

6,794.58 
14,249.88 

1,152.76 
13,178.67 

8,382.00 

746.07 

4,635.57 

2,639.41 

7,040.94 

39,029.70 

8,544.19 

1,119.52 

10,835.63 

47,712.19 

2,886.88 

8,378.69 
3,600.27 
1,960.54 
4,119.75 
637.02 

1,832.31 
1,102.61 
4,014.84 
3,907.73 
3,688.82 

1,693.10 
1,609.62 

2,522.33 

575.52 

2,486.50 

4,441.39 
1,419.92 
6,614.89 
861.92 
5,896.60 

898.48 
5,738.33 
1,426.94 



$ c. 
4,401.34 
2,069.25 

923.46 
1,275.13 
2,332.99 

5,861.23 

12,794.14 

736.47 

8,713.65 

8,680.64 

700.39 

4,339.74 

2,023.46 

6,850.74 

36,186.23 



5,513.58 
1,544.04 
9,326.66 
42,122.72 
2,621.01 

8,218.27 
3,170.33 
1,293.79 
3,753.19 
401.09 

1,628.48 
1,474.30 
3,143.87 
2,983.51 
3,055.86 

1,264.51 
1,321.75 
2,279.78 
525.55 
2,092.75 

4,167.15 
1,076.58 
5,899.50 
605.69 
5,719.78 

794.74 
6,233.37 
1,141.02 



933 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



199 



SYSTEM G.B.—COST OF POWER 

the Power Commission Act — of Power supplied to it by the Commission; the amount 
and the amount remaining to be credited or charged to each Municipality 
of power supplied to it in the year ending October 31, 1932 



costs and fixed charges 



Renewals 



Obsoles- 
cence and 
contin- 
gencies 



Sinking 
fund 



Cost in 
excess of 

revenue 
from power 

sold to 

private 
companies 



Total cost 

of power 

for year as 

provided to 

be paid 

under 

Power 

Commission 

Act 



Amounts 
received 

from 

(or billed 

against) 

each 

municipality 

by the 
Commission 



Amounts remaining to 
be credited or charged 
to each municipality 



Credited Charged 



$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


1,156.24 


338.41 


934.49 


524.85 


161.86 


440.18 


239.56 


74.68 


193.97 


309.75 


92.95 


268.86 


709.22 


159.96 


491.89 


1,124.57 


463.62 


1,229.44 


3,095.22 


1,024,71 


2,709.66 


256.90 


43.26 


155.30 


1,979.45 


670.36 


1,843.72 


2,624.97 


580.43 


1,822.07 


221.20 


46.77 


147.41 


1,344.45 


291.76 


911.01 


462.75 


149.76 


425 . 66 


1,887.49 


482 . 70 


1,435.77 


8,401.62 


2,660.63 


7,658.55 


1,537.72 


385.53 


1,163.41 


551.90 


90.51 


327.03 


2,586.42 


658.36 


1,959.68 


9,842.87 


3,119.72 


8,857.40 


817.42 


177.66 


549.85 


2,133.04 


606.31 


1,748.95 


809.09 


234.79 


659.32 


316.70 


100.37 


272.34 


1,084.63 


250.92 


787.65 


128.30 


35.44 


84.18 


535.96 


103.67 


342.41 


520.06 


88.30 


306.52 


838.29 


237.45 


664.23 


724.62 


228.46 


620.69 


789.18 


233.50 


644.32 


387.22 


86.61 


269.94 


371.10 


101.05 


279.84 


697.45 


174.71 


480.63 


169.34 


38.25 


111.18 


709.68 


130.31 


440.82 


1,226.59 


280.07 


874.07 


289.64 


81.71 


227.71 


1,300.80 


445.33 


1,227.24 


150.27 


49.20 


128.12 


1,794.69 


369.01 


1,189.14 


254.08 


54.87 


165.60 


1,971.41 


426.31 


1,315.00 


345 . 59 


77.98 


244.39 



$ c. 

167.23 
84.13 
34.83 
45.46 
60.84 

327.24 
554.52 
10.29 
595 . 79 
225.92 

15.89 

104.31 

83.96 

226.94 

1,663.02 

181.66 

18.71 

307.00 

1,887.94 

61.34 

321.36 

119.80 

54.22 

111.21 

8.54 

30.93 

16.80 

114.43 

122.80 

117.48 

33.92 
43.37 
58.24 
11.31 
34.49 

117.20 
38.61 

247.30 
25.16 

125.40 

17.71 

142.37 

32.06 



$ c. 
13,586.42 
6,196.84 
2,732.47 
4,030.21 
6,980.84 

16,211.47 
35,124.22 
2,367.90 
27,138.13 
22,599.63 

1,897.67 
11,757.78 

5,890.39 
18,209.46 
97,684.83 

17,554.12 

3,675.20 

26,059.13 

115,911.52 

7,191.16 

21,810.02 
8,743.99 
4,066.02 

10,246.95 
1,305.29 

4,512/58 
3,529.66 
9,156.76 
8,741.96 
8,676.64 

3,777.88 
3,781.17 
6,286.24 
1,445.34 
5,937.84 

11,253.59 
3,182.64 

16,045.48 
1,851.94 

15,252.04 

2,205.99 

16,005.36 

3,308.22 



$ c. 
11,948.18 
6,650.12 
3,383.09 
3,821.16 
6,239.81 

13,891.64 
34,357.42 
1,645.22 
29,054.42 
24,812.75 

1,686.50 
12,425.26 

5,830.89 

19,270.66 

100,416.25 

14,912.99 
2,260.97 

26,129.04 

116,563.81 

6,065.25 

22,264.27 
9,059.19 
3,560.75 

10,008.47 
1,284.16 

4,656.82 
3,813.30 
9,258.14 
9,224.68 
9,142.33 

3,550.16 
4,157.43 
6,078.59 
1,716.04 
5,655.36 

11,591.89 
3,265.56 

16,424.70 
2,066.30 

15,839.17 

2,968.14 

16,114.42 

3,347.66 



453.28 
650.62 



1,916.29 
2,213.12 



667.48 

1,061 '. 20 
2,731.42 



69.91 
652.29 



454.25 
315.20 



144.24 
283.64 
101.38 
482.72 
465.69 



376.26 
270^70 



338.30 
82.92 
379.22 
214.36 
587.13 

762.15 

109.06 

39.44 



$ c. 
1,638.24 



209.05 
741.03 

2,319.83 
766.80 
722.68 





211 


17 


59 


50 




2,641 
1,414 


13 
23 




1,125 


91 





505.27 

238.48 

21.13 



227.72 
207^65 

282^48 



200 



TWENTY-FIFTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 26 



GEORGIAN BAY 

Statement showing the amount to be paid by each Municipality as the Cost — under 

received by the Commission from each Municipality on account of such cost; 

upon ascertainment (by annual adjustment) of the actual cost of 



Rural power district 



Share of 
capital cost 

of system 

on which 
interest and 

fixed 
charges are 

payable 



Average 
horse- 
power 
supplied 
in year 

after cor- 
rection 

for power 
factor 



Cost of 
power 
pur- 
chased 



Share of operating 



Operating, 
main- 
tenance 

and 
adminis- 
trative 
expenses 



Interest 
(including 
exchange) 



Alliston R.P.D. — Essa, Tecumseth and 
Tossorontio twps 

Arthur R.P.D. — Luther E. and Luther 
W. twps 

Bala R.P.D. — Wood and Medora twp. 

Barrie R. P. D. — Innisfil, Oro and 
Vespra twps 

Baysville R.P.D. — Franklin, Macaulay, 
McLean, Ridout and Sherbourne 
twps 

Beaumaris R.P.D. — Macaulay,Monck, 

and Wood and Medora twps 

Beaverton R.P.D. — Mara and Thorah 

twps 

Beeton R.P.D. — Tecumseth twp 

Bradford R.P.D.— Gwillimbury W., 

King and Tecumseth twps 

Bruce R.P.D. — Brant, Carrick,Culross, 

Greenock and Saugeen twps 



and 



Buckskin R.P.D.— Matchedash 

Wood and Medora twps 

Cannington No. 1 R.P.D.— Brock, 

Eldon and Mariposa twps 

Cannington No. 2 R.P.D. — Brock 

twp 

Chatsworth R.P.D.— Holland twp. . . 
Cookstown R.P.D. — Essa and Innisfil 

twps 



Creemore R.P.D. — Nottawasaga, Os- 
prey and Tossorontio twps 

Elmvale R.P.D.— Flos, Medonte, Oro 
and Vespra twps 

Flesherton R.P.D. — Artemesia twps.. 

Georgina R.P.D. — Brock and Georgina 
twps 

Gravenhurst R.P.D. — Muskoka twp. 

Hawkestone R.P.D. — Orillia and Oro 

twps 

Holstein R.P.D. — Bentinck, Egremont 

and Normanby twps 

Huntsville R.P.D.— Brunei, ChafTey 

and Franklin twps 

Innisfil R.P.D.— Gwillimbury W. and 

Innisfil twps 

Lucknow R.P.D. — Kinloss twp 



$ c. 

30,760.78 

1,391.50 
21,919.48 

68,822.43 
11,192.07 

32,204.22 

22,765.56 
854.16 

19,907.10 

24,135.23 

5,171.92 

5,852.16 

6,182.65 
4,182.23 

310.16 

14,476.70 

20,625.15 

2,128.22 

12,612.61 
5,361.63 

613.46 



9,389.85 
62,559.02 



84.4 

3.2 
86.2 

207.8 



14.9 

129.3 

72.0 
1.6 

40.0 

57.3 

12.3 

18.1 

20.3 
10.2 



45.3 

62.2 
7.0 

42.5 
24.3 



68.1 



31.8 
161.1 



$ c. 

59.90 

2.28 
61.18 

147.47 
10.57 

91.77 

51.10 
1.14 

28.39 

40.67 

8.73 
12.85 

14.41 

7.24 

0.57 

32.15 

44.15 
4.97 

30.16 
17.25 

1,498.37 



22.57 
114.34 



$ c. 

1,830.64 

83.89 
1,192.12 

3,517.08 
682.07 

1,647.48 

1,436.60 
48.00 

1,095.99 

1,248.65 

294.94 
338.63 

365.77 

357.54 

16.25 

762.51 

1,051.79 
117.46 

887.57 
417.16 

52.92 



563.23 
3,172.18 



$ c. 

1,550.47 

70.09 
1,102.78 

3,440.81 
279.28 

1,616.51 

1,125.70 
43.31 

1,003.51 

1,199.81 

259.54 

290.04 

304.74 
210.63 

15.66 

733.55 

1,037.10 
105.32 

630.76 

268.70 

29.15 



474.57 
3,152.83 



1933 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



201 



SYSTEM 



G.B.—COST OF POWER 



the Power Commission Act — of Power supplied to it by the Commission; the amount 
and the amount remaining to be credited or charged to each Municipality 
power supplied to it in the year ending October 31, 1932 



costs and fixed charges 




Cost in 
excess of 

revenue 
from power 

sold to 

private 
companies 


Total cost 

of power 

for year as 

provided to 

be paid 

under 

Power 

Commission 

Act 


Amounts 
received 

from 

(or billed 

against) 

each 

municipality 

by the 
Commission 




Renewals 


Obsoles- 
cence and 
contin- 
gencies 


Sinking 
fund 


Amounts remaining to 
be credited or charged 
to each municipality 




Credited 


Charged 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


437.49 


106.85 


323.28 


47.72 


4,356.35 


4,356.35 


see page 


205 


21.10 
250.30 


4.76 
82.53 


14.63 
230.14 


1.80 
48 . 73 


198.55 
2,967.78 


198.55 
2,967.78 


u 


u 
u 


931.92 


274.60 


719.48 


117.48 


9,148.84 


9,148.84 


a 


u 


79.05 


24.51 


58.03 


8.43 


1,141.94 


1,141.94 


u 


li 


372^52 


135.17 


338.51 


73.11 


4,275.07 


4,275.07 


a 


" 


293.91 

13.79 


81.95 

2.75 


234.02 
9.02 


40.71 
0.91 


3,263.99 
118.92 


3,263.99 
118.92 


a 


a 


312.63 


67.35 


208.65 


22.61 


2,739.13 


2,739.13 


« 


a 


353.71 


84.02 


249.64 


32.41 


3,208.91 


3,208.91 


u 


. u 


77.54 


22.60 


54.37 


6.96 


7z4.68 


724.68 


« 


a 


78.93 


20.97 


61.49 


10.23 


813.14 


813.14 


u 


a 


80.91 

62.16 


22.67 
17.88 


64.95 
43.96 


11.47 

5.77 


864.92 
705.18 


864.92 
705.18 


a 
a 


u 


4.53 


1.15 


3.26 


0.45 


• 41.87 


41.87 


" 


it 


195 . 25 


53.80 


152.68 


25.62 


1,955.56 


1,955.56 


u 


a 


281.54 
24.97 


82.56 
8.61 


216.72 
22.36 


35.16 
3.96 


2,749.02 
287.65 


2,749.02 
287.65 


u 


a 
u 


162.76 
56.09 


47.31 
21.72 


132.50 
56.29 


24.04 

13.74 


1,915.10 
850.95 


1,915.10 
850.95 


a 

u 


u 


12.27 


3.07 


6.46 


38.46 


1,640.70 


1,640.70 


it 
it 


u 
a 


121.01 


37.43 


98.73 


17.97 


1,335.51 


1,335.51 


u 


a 


913.47 


225.48 


658.34 


91.08 


8,327.72 


8,327.72 


11 
a 


u 

















202 



TWENTY-FIFTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 26 



GEORGIAN BAY 

Statement showing the amount to be paid by each Municipality as the Cost — under 

received by the Commission from each Municipality on account of such cost; 

upon ascertainment (by annual adjustment) of the actual cost 



Rural power district 



Share of 

capital cost 

of system 

on which 

interest and 

fixed 

charges are 

payable 



Average 
horse- 
power 
supplied 
in year 

after cor- 
rection 

for power 
factor 



Cost of 
power 
pur- 
chased 



Share of operating 



Operating, 
main- 
tenance 

and 
adminis- 
trative 
expenses 



Interest 
(including 
exchange) 



Mariposa R.P.D. — Brock, Mariposa 
and Reach twps 

Markdale R. P. D. — Artemesia, Eu- 
phrasia, Glenelg and Holland twps. 

Meaford R.P.D. — St. Vincent twp. . . 

Medonte R.P.D.— Baxter and Tay 
twps 

Midland R.P.D.— Tay and Tiny twps. 



Neustadt R.P.D. — Bentinck twp... 
Nottawasaga R.P.D.— Nottawasaga 

twp , 

Orangeville R.P.D. — Amaranth, Cale 

don, Erin and Garafraxa E. twps. . . 
Owen Sound R.P.D.— Derby and 

Sydenham twps , 

Port Perry R.P.D. — Cartwright, Man 

vers, Reach and Scugog twps 



Ripley R.P.D. — Huron and Kinloss 

twps. 

Sauble R.P.D.— Amabel and Keppel 

twps 

Shelburne R.P.D. — Amaranth 

ancthon and Mulmur twps 

Sparrow Lake R.P.D. — Matchedash 

Morrison, Orillia N. and Rama twps. 
Tara R.P.D.— Amabel, Arran, Derby 

and Keppel twps 



Mel- 



Thornton R.P.D.— Essa twp 

Utterson R. P. D — Cardwell, Hum 

phrey, Stephenson, Watt and Wood 

and Medora twps 

Uxbridge R.P.D.— Brock, Georgina, 

Reach, Scott and Uxbridge twps. . . . 
Wasaga Beach R.P.D.— Flos, Notta 

wasaga and Sunnidale twps 

Wroxeter R.P.D. — Howick, Morris and 

Turnberry twps 



Totals — Municipalities 

Totals — Rural power districts 

Totals — Companies and distributing 
systems 



Non-operating capital 
Grand totals. . . . 



$ c. 

45,221.89 

7,624.47 



5,153.51 
4,780.12 



8,792.93 
11,671.98 

2,527.61 
40,684.17 

4,546.66 
6,202.46 
7,503.19 
28,247.75 
17,489.25 
6,793.68 

17,062.34 
38,005.76 
45,027.88 
50,761.82 



6,167,538.98 
731,515.76 

682,223.31 



7,581,278.05 
4,521.05 



7,585,799.10 



141.1 
17.4 



18.8 
19.5 



29.0 

31.8 

10.0 

104.7 

10.0 
11 
18.8 
109.1 
49.9 
12.1 

43.9 

93.6 

153.2 

96.4 



21,064.3 
2,171.8 

2,058.6 



$ c. 

100.14 

12.35 



13.34 
13.84 



20.58 

22.57 

7.10 

74.31 

7.10 

8.38 

13.34 

77.43 

35.42 

8.59 

31.16 

66.43 

108.73 

68.42 



14,358.28 
2,991.46 

1,461.03 



$ c. 

2,333.13 

464.94 



307.28 
310.22 



478.86 

647.51 

140.90 

2,365.34 

239.84 
340.84 
411.83 
1,382.09 
1,043.03 
339.13 

744.88 
2,026.86 
2,395.41 

2,275.24 



354,673.93 
39,427.80 

39,126.03 



25,294.7 18,810.77 433,227.76 377,725.15 



$ c. 

2,256.40 

368.65 



259.95 
240.55 



432.21 

584.99 

127.61 

2,046.55 

228.73 
314.76 
377.17 
1,364.12 
876.87 
342.91 

860.18 
1,910.79 

2,255.12 
2,559.52 



307,696.02 
36,351.94 

33,677.19 



1933 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



203 



SYSTEM 



G.B.—COST OF POWER 



the Power Commission Act — of Power supplied to it by the Commission; the amount 
and the amount remaining to be credited or charged to each Municipality 
of power supplied to it in the year ending October 31, 1932 



costs and fixed charges 


Cost in 
excess of 

revenue 
from power 

sold to 

private 
companies 


Total cost 

of power 

for year as 

provided to 

be paid 

under 

Power 

Commission 

Act 


Amounts 
received 

from 

(or billed 

against) 

each 

municipality 

by the 
Commission 


Amounts re 
be credited 
to each mi 




Renewals 


Obsoles- 
cence and 
contin- 
gencies 


Sinking 
fund 


maining to 
or charged 
micipality 




Credited 


Charged 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


607.36 


162.93 


475.15 


79.77 


6,014.88 


6,014.88 


see page 


205 


109.30 


31.61 


76.96 


9.84 


1,073.65 


1,073.65 


a 
a 

a 
U 


a 

a 


63.49 
54.54 


20.79 

17.44 


54.13 
50.19 


10.63 
11.03 


729.61 
697.81 


729.61 
697.81 


a 
a 














see page 


207 


114.80 


33.04 


92.38 


16.39 


1,188.26 


1,188.26 


a 


166.49 


42.31 


122.67 


17.97 


1,604.51 


1,604.51 


u 


U 


29.50 


9.35 


26.54 


5.66 


346.66 


346.66 


u 


a 


593.24 


137.55 


427.64 


59.20 


5,703.83 


5,703.83 


a 


« 


69.62 


15.41 


47.67 


5.66 


614.03 


614.03 


a 


« 


99.55 


22.62 


65.41 


6.67 


858.23 


858.23 


u 


« ' 


110.41 


28.19 


78.83 


10.63 


1,030.40 


1,030.40 


a 


a 


316.23 


107.58 


286.63 


61.69 


3,595.77 


3,595.77 


a 


a 


244.70 


70.26 


183.78 


28.20 


2,482.26 


2,482 . 26 


a 


a 


110.41 


25.12 


71.45 


6.85 


904.46 


904.46 


u 


a 


248.81 


62.34 


179.34 


24.82 


2,151.53 


2,151.53 


a 


a 


563.05 


128.76 


399.51 


52.92 


5,148.32 


5,148.32 


a 


a 


581.83 


172.14 


475.03 


86.62 


6,074.88 


6,074.88 


a 
a 


a 

a 


812.56 


177.64 


533.97 


54.50 


6,481.85 


6,481.85 


a 


u 


79,630.36 
10,033.74 


22,475.72 
2,694.82 


64,858.20 
7,604.79 


11,913.77 

1,227.87 


855,606.28 
100,332.42 


866,152.47 
100,332.42 


25,603.65 


15,057.46 


8,927.73 


2,912.84 


6,997.53 


(13,141.64) 


79,960.71 


79,960.71 






98,591.83 


28,083.38 


79,460.52 




1,035,899.41 


1,046,445.60 








204 



TWENTY-FIFTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 26 



GEORGIAN BAY SYSTEM— 

Statement showing the costs of distribution of power within each Rural Power 
and the amounts remaining to be credited to certain Districts or charged to 

annual adjustment) of the actual costs 



District and municipalities 
comprised therein 



Total capital cost of each district, 
Provincial Government grant 
received and applied thereagainst, 
and the balance representing the 
investment by the Commission 



Total 

capital 

cost 



Govern- 
ment 
grant 



Com- 
mission's 
investment 



Cost of 

power 
delivered 
to districts 
as shown 
in "cost of 

power" 

table 

preceding 



Alliston R.P.D. — Essa, Tecumseth and Tos- 
sorontio twps 

Arthur R.P.D.— Luther E. and Luther W. 
twps 



Bala R.P.D. — Wood and Medora twp 

Barrie R.P.D.— Innisfil, Oro and Vespra twps, 

Baysville R. P. D. — Franklin, Macaulay 

McLean, Ridout and Sherbourne twps 



Beaumaris R.P.D. — Macaulay, Monck and 
Wood and Medora twps 

Beaverton R.P.D. — Mara and Thorah twps.. 

Beeton R.P.D. — Tecumseth twp 

Bradford R.P.D. — Gwillimbury W., King and 
Tecumseth twps 

Bruce R.P.D. — Brant, Carrick, Culross, Gree- 
nock and Saugeen twps 



Buckskin R.P.D. — Matchedash and Wood and 
Medora twps 

Cannington No. 1 R.P.D. — Brock, Eldon and 
Mariposa twps 

Cannington No. 2 R.P.D. — Brock twp 

Chatsworth R.P.D. — Holland twp 

Cookstown R.P.D. — Essa and Innisfil twps... 

Creemore R.P.D. — Nottawasaga, Osprey and 
Tossorontio twps 

Elmvale R.P.D. — Flos, Medonte, Oro and 
Vespra twps 

Flesherton R.P.D. — Artemesia twp 

Georgina R.P.D. — Brock and Georgina twps.. 

Gravenhurst R.P.D. — Muskoka twp 



Hawkestone R.P.D. — Orillia and Oro twps. . . 
Holstein R.P.D. — Bentinck, Egremont and 

Normandy twps 

Huntsville R.P.D.— Brunei, Chaffey and 

Franklin twps 

Innisfil R.P.D. — Gwillimbury W. and Innisfil 

twps 

Lucknow R.P.D. — Kinloss twp 



Mariposa R.P.D. — Brock, Mariposa and Reach 

twps 

Markdale R.P.D. — Artemesia, Euphrasia, 

Glenelg and Holland twps 

Meaford R.P.D. — St. Vincent twp 

Medonte R.P.D. — Baxter and Tay twps 

Midland R.P.D. — Tay and Tiny twps. 



$ c. 
37,937.21 

♦4,283.33 
*58,618.74 
120,642.23 

66,247.63 



59,560.79 

♦31,174.42 

3,003.41 

37,140.15 

*42,270.84 

3,542.03 

*7,453.36 

♦11,832.14 

1,426.70 

699.63 

♦45,268.22 

39,661.50 

♦5,286.84 

22,125.49 

4,599.81 

44,199.81 

1,733.23 

36,380.03 

72,510.43 
632.24 

74,976.42 

♦18,116.17 

1,936.27 

17,024.77 

17,065.20 



$ c. 
18,717.32 

2,094.97 
28,313.31 
60,321.12 

33,123.81 



29,780.39 

15,362.32 

1,501.70 

18,409.53 

20,067.57 

1,771.01 

3,106.29 

4,919.99 

713.35 

349.82 

21,971.02 

19,697.58 
2,456.65 

11,062.75 
2,299.91 

22,099.90 

866.62 

18,190.01 

36,255.22 
316.12 

37,488.21 

8,932.01 

968.14 

8,512.39 

8,532.60 



$ c. 
19,219.89 

2,188.36 
30,305 . 43 
60,321.11 

33,123.82 



29,780.40 

15,812.10 

1,501.71 

18,730.62 

22,203.27 

1,771.02 

4,347.07 

6,912.15 

713.35 

349.81 

23,297.20 

19,963.92 
2,830.19 

11,062.74 
2,299.90 

22,099.91 

866.61 

18,190.02 

36,255.21 
316.12 

37,488.21 

9,184.16 

968.13 

8,512.38 

8,532.60 



$ c. 
4,356.35 

198.55 
2,967.78 
9,148.84 

1,141.94 



4,275.07 

3,263.99 

118.92 

2,739.13 

3,208.91 

724.68 

813.14 

864.92 

705.18 

41.87 

1,955.56 

2,749.02 
287.65 

1,915.10 
850.95 

1,640.70 



1,335.51 
8,327.72 



6,014.88 
1,073.65 



729.61 
697.81 



Note. — Items marked * include portions of Transmission Lines aggregating $9,267.73 used 
for purposes of rural power districts. 



1933 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



205 



RURAL POWER DISTRICTS 



G.B.— RURAL OPERATING 



District, the revenues collected from (or charged to) customers within each District, 
the Municipalities comprising certain other Districts upon ascertainment (by 
in the year ending October 31, 1932. 



Distribution cost and fixed charges 



Cost of 
operation 
mainten- 
ance and 
adminis- 
tration 



Interest 
(including 
exchange) 



Renewal 
charges 



Obsoles- 
cence and 
contin- 
gencies 



Sinking 
fund 



Total 
cost 



Revenue 

from 
power and 

light 

customers 

in each 

district 



Amounts remaining 
to be credited to 
certain districts or 
charged to the 
municipalities com- 
prising certain other 
districts 



Credited Charged 



5 c. 
1,268.87 

190.55 
3,880.93 
5,393.91 

536.27 



2,954.01 

1,104.06 

84.88 

745.90 

1,831.39 

121.09 

431.21 

749.34 

90.83 

7.16 

1,168.71 

1,337.83 
343 . 23 
946.90 
100.42 

1,145.19 

7.55 

1,000.96 

2,687.08 
2.18 

2,552.77 

789.96 

12.96 

562.40 

426.59 



$ c. 
962.29 

110.85 
1,467.90 
2,860.30 

555.53 



1,451.41 

499.96 

60.64 

903 . 24 

1,050.69 

88.53 

219.01 

345.15 

36.15 

17.73 

918.54 

995 . 90 

134.07 
545.12 
107.05 

1,094.64 

39.56 

873.54 

1,695.66 
15.70 

1,885.78 

422.75 

43.25 

423.74 

423.07 



$ c. 
749.48 

85 . 63 
1,118.84 
2,257.63 

438.48 



1,145.60 

388.26 

47.86 

710.79 

754.31 

69.88 

148.05 

232.59 

28.53 

13.99 

705.11 

780.74 
98.35 

430.26 
84.49 

864.00 

31.25 

689.48 

1,338.38 
12.50 

1,488.45 

328.63 

34.25 

334.46 

333.93 



$ c 
749.48 

85.63 
1,118.84 
2,257.63 

438.48 



1,145.60 

388.26 

47.86 

710.79 

754.31 

69.88 

148.05 

232.59 

28.53 

13.99 

705.11 

780.74 
98.35 

430.26 
84.49 

864.00 

31.25 

689 . 48 

1,338.38 
12.50 

1,488.45 

328.63 

34.25 

334.46 

333 . 93 



$ c 
199.95 

23.03 
305.00 
594.32 

115.43 



301.58 

103.88 

12.60 

187.68 

218.31 

18.40 

45.51 

71.72 

7.51 

3.68 

190.85 

206.94 

27.85 
113.27 

•22.24 

227.45 

8.23 

181.51 

352.33 
3.29 

391.83 

87.84 

9.02 

88.05 

87.91 



$ c 
8,286.42 

694.24 
10,859.29 
22,512.63 

3,226.13 



11,273.27 

5,748.41 

372.76 

5,997.53 

7,817.92 

1,092.46 

1,804.97 

2,496.31 

896.73 

98.42 

5,643.88 

6,851.17 

989.50 

•4,380.91 

1,249.64 

5,835.98 

117.84 

4,770.48 

15,739.55 
46.17 

13,822.16 

3,031.46 

133.73 

2,472.72 

2,303.24 



$ c. 
,663.53 



612 

9,275 

19,513. 



1,586.15 

11,532.16 

3,777.57 

230.94 

4,328.47 

6,581.66 

917.22 

1,625.28 

2,353.10 

866.06 

130.71 

3,937.55 

6,672.20 

763.35 

4,359.11 

1,191.56 

4,985.76 

73.78 

3,060.29 

14,742.18 
20.79 

14,571.55 

2,159.73 

74.90 

1,606.14 

2,050.05 



$ c. 
377.11 



258.89 



32.29 



749.39 



$ c 



81.82 
1,583.76 
2,999.38 

1,639.98 



1,970.84 
141.82 

1,669.06 

1,236.26 

175.24 

179.69 

143.21 

30.67 



1,706.33 

178.97 

226.15 

21.80 

58.08 

850.22 

44.06 

1,710.19 

997.37 

25.38 



871.73 

58.83 

866.58 

253.19 



206 



TWENTY-FIFTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 26 



GEORGIAN BAY SYSTEM— 

Statement showing the costs of distribution of power within each Rural Power 

and the amounts remaining to be credited to certain Districts or charged to 

annual adjustment) of the actual costs 



District and municipalities 
comprised therein 



Total capital cost of each district, 
Provincial Government grant 
received and applied thereagainst, 
and the balance representing the 
investment by the Commission 



Total 

capital 

cost 



Govern- 
ment 
grant 



Com- 
mission's 
investment 



Cost of 

power 
delivered 
to districts 
as shown 
in "cost of 

power" 

table 

preceding 



Neustadt R.P.D. — Bentinck twp 

Nottawasaga R.P.D. — Nottawasaga twp 

Orangeville R.P.D. — Amaranth, Caledon, Erin 

and Garafraxa E. twps 

Owen Sound R.P.D. — Derby and Sydenham 

twps 

Port Perry R.P.D. — Cartwright, Manvers, 

Reach and Scugog twps 



Ripley R.P.D. — Huron and Kinloss twps 

Sauble R.P.D. — Amabel and Keppel twps.. . . 
Shelburne R.P.D. — Amaranth, Melancthon 

and Mulmur twps 

Sparrow Lake R.P.D. — Matchedash, Morrison, 

Orillia N. and Rama twp 

Tara R.P.D. — Amabel, Arran, Derby and 

Keppel twps 



Thornton R.P.D.— Essa twp 

Utterson R. P. D. — Cardwell, Humphrey, 
Stephenson, Watt and Wood and Medora twps 

Uxbridge R.P.D. — Brock, Georgina, Reach, 
Scott and Uxbridge twps 

Wasaga Beach R.P.D. — Flos, Nottawasaga 
and Sunnidale twps 

Wroxeter R.P.D. — Howick, Morris and Turn- 
berry twps 



Non-operating capital. 
Totals 



$ c. 

1,028.18 

16,703.56 

33,121.03 

5,016.36 

71,395.52 

*7,956.72 
4,155.6/ 

21,520.65 

73,118.17 

29,136.69 

9,475.93 

>35,988.24 

84,229.93 

53,587.40 

74,275.26 



1,408,058.30 
3.474.23 



1,411,532.53 



$ c. 

514.09 

8,351.78 

16,560.52 

2,508.18 

35,697.76 

3,744.89 
2,077.81 

10,760.32 

36,559.09 

14,568.34 

4,737.96 

17,221.62 

42,114.97 



35,757.21 



669,376.17 
1,737.11 



671,113.28 



$ 

514 
8,351 

16,560 

2,508 

35,697 

4,211 
2,077 

10,760 

36,559 

14,568 

4,737 

18,766 

42,114 

53,587 

38,518 



c. 
09 

.78 

.51 

.18 

.76 

83 
81 

.33 

.08 

.35 

.97 

.62 

96 
.40 

05 



738,682 
1,737 



$ c. 

,188.26 

,604.51 

346.66 

,703.83 

614.03 
858.23 

,030.40 

,595.77 
,482.26 
904.46 
,151.53 
,148.32 
,074.88 
,481.85 



740,419.25 100,332.42 



Note. — Items marked * include portions of Transmission Lines aggregating $9,267.73 
used for purposes of rural power districts. 



1933 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



207 



RURAL POWER DISTRICTS G.B.— RURAL OPERATING 

District, the revenues collected from (or charged to) customers within each District, 
the Municipalities comprising certain other Districts upon ascertainment (by 
in the year ending October 31, 1932. 



Distribution cost and fixed charges 


Total 
cost 


Revenue 

from 
power and 

light 

customers 

in each 

district 


Amounts remaining 


Cost of 
operation, 
mainten- 
ance and 
adminis- 


Interest 
(including 
exchange) 


Renewal 
charges 


Obsoles- 
cence and 
contin- 
gencies 


Sinking 
fund 


to be credited to 
certain districts or 
charged t o t he 
municipalities com- 
prising certain other 
districts 


tration 


Credited 


Charged 


$ c. 
3.12 


$ c. 

25.55 

420.30 

781.36 

127.01 

1,782.22 

207.59 
103.86 

529.97 

1,724.91 

737.94 

239.82 

896.16 

2,124.97 

2,571.33 

2,311.47 


$ c. 

20.25 

331.74 

616.73 

100.25 

1,406.71 

"154.70 
81.98 

418.31 

1,361.47 

582.46 

189.29 

676.51 

1,677.24 

1,014.76 

1,769.23 


$ c. 

20.25 

331.74 

616.73 

100.25 

1,406.71 

154.70 
81.98 

418.31 

1,361.47 

582.46 

189.29 

676.51 

1,677.24 

1,014.76 

1,769.23 


$ c. 

5.33 

87.33 

162.35 

26.39 

370.32 

43.14 
21.58 

110.12 

358.41 

153.33 

49.83 

186.21 

441.53 

534.27 

480.28 


$ c. 

74.50 

3,162.68 

4,324.52 

891.41 

12,947.64 

1,333.72 
1,632.14 

3,122.79 

10,518.68 

6,205.18 

1,747.33 

6,382.77 

12,504.80 

13,633.88 

15,555.32 


$ c. 

29.06 

3,071.56 

3,357.91 

812.38 

11,549.70 

728.76 
1,271.24 

1,792.57 

9,181.29 

5,593.77 

1,380.95 

5,852.10 

10,245.63 

15,233.46 

13,354.70 


$ c. 


$ c 
45.44 


803.31 




91.12 


542.84 




966.61 


190.85 




79.03 


2,277.85 




1,397.94 


159.56 




604.96 


484.51 




360.90 


615.68 




1,330.22 


2,116.65 




1,337.39 


1,666.73 




611.41 


174.64 




366.38 


1,795.85 




530.67 


1,435.50 




2,259.17 


2,423.88 
2,743.26 


1,599.58 


2,200.62 








49,909.36 


34,832.21 


26,145.83 


26,145.83 


7,237.63' 


244,603.28 


215,718.07 


3,017.26 


31,902.47 



208 



TWENTY-FIFTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 26 



GEORGIAN BAY 

Statement showing the net Credit or Charge to each Municipality in respect of power 

made and interest added during the year. Also the net amount Credited 

ending October 31, 1932, and the accumulated amount standing 



Municipality 



Date 

commenced 

operating 



Net credit or charge at 
October 31, 1931 



Credit Charge 



Cash receipts and pay- 
ments on account of 
suchcreditsand charges, 
also adjustments made 
during the year 



Credited I Charged 



Alliston 


June, 
Dec, 
April, 
Nov., 
Aug., 

Oct., 

Jan., 

Nov., 

Dec, 

July, 

Mar., 
Mar., 
May, 
Nov., 
Dec, 

Dec, 
June, 
April, 
Dec, 
Dec, 

Nov., 
Sept., 
May, 
Sept., 
Mar., 

June, 

Jan., 

Mar., 

Jan., 

July, 

Dec, 
Dec, 
July, 
Dec, 

Sept., 

July, 
Mar., 
Jan., 

Sept., 
Mar., 

Jan., 
July, 
July, 
Feb., 
Oct.. 


1918 
1916 
1913 
1914 
1918 

1918 
1915 
1914 
1915 
1916 

1913 
1913 
1918 
1914 
1915 

1915 
1913 
1918 
1915 
1916 

1915 
1916 
1916 
1916 
1921 

1920 
1921 
1916 
19z4 
1911 

1915 
1918 
1916 
1915 
1923 

1911 
1931 
1915 
1922 
1920 

1921 
1931 
1916 
1931 
1913 


$ c 

625.74 

15.03 


$ c. 


$ c. 


S c 
625.74 


Arthur 






15.03 


Barrie 


11,684.02 
1,310.19 






Beaverton 




1,310.19 




Beeton 


852.13 


852.15 


Bradford . . 


469.93 
144.94 
606.36 


469.93 
144.94 
619.40 




Brechin 






Cannington 




13.04 


Chatsworth 


7.71 

2,725.32 


7.71 








2,725.32 


Coldwater . 


465.23 
385.18 


465.23 


Collingwood 






Cookstown 


167.86 




167.86 


Creemore 


42.02 
• 624.17 

3,516.30 

760.50 

227.49 

123.93 

37.64 


42.02 
624.17 

3,516.30 

760.50 

227.49 

129.38 

37.64 




Dundalk 










Klmvale 












Flesherton . 




5.45 


Grand Vallev 






Gravenhurst 


561.47 
886.86 

"96i28 
2,031.62 

77.80 
1,065.02 


561.47 


Hanover 






886.86 


Holstein 


3,052.90 


850.00 




Huntsville 


96.28 


Kincardine 






2,031.62 


Kirkfield 






77.80 


Lucknow 






1,065.02 


Markdale 


410.71 

2,147.32 

15,237.91 

2,541.58 

3,012.87 

24.76 

16,378.92 


413.22 
2,147.32 
7,420.50 

2,987.09 


2.51 


Meaford . 




Midland 






Mount Forest 




445.51 


Neustadt 






Orangeville 




24.76 
16,378.92 




Owen Sound 


891.51 




Paisley 


891.51 


Penetanguishene 


2,838.86 

392.44 

472.55 

19.68 


2,838.86 

392.44 

472.55 

19.68 




Port Elgin 






Port McNicoll 






Port Perry 






Priceville 


55.80 
147.61 


55.80 


Ripley 






147.61 


Rosseau 


268.53 
947.65 


268.53 
947 . 65 




Shelburne 






Southampton 


211.92 

453.25 


211.92 


Stayner 






453.25 



1933 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



209 



SYSTEM 



G.B.— CREDIT OR CHARGE 



supplied to it to October 31, 1931 ; the cash receipts and payments thereon, adjustments 
or Charged to each Municipality in respect of power supplied in the year 
as a Credit or Charge to each Municipality at October 31, 1932. 



Interest at 4 % per annum 
added during the year 



Credited 



Charged 



Net amount credited or charged 
in respect of power supplied in 
the year ending October 31, 1932 



Credited Charged 



Accumulated amount standing 

as a credit or charge on 

October 31, 1932 



Credit 



Charge 



$ c. 
10.39 


$ c. 


$ c. 
1,315.64 


$ c. 


% c. 
1,326.03 


$ c. 


0.33 




1,550.97 


1,550 64 




467.36 

37.52 


1,514.33 
607.88 
566.79 

597.35 
242.07 
500.63 




10,637.05 






570.36 
581.97 

588.52 
237.63 
480.20 




15.18 








8.83 

4.44 

20.43 


















0.15 


92.42 


92.27 


57.03 




2,248.32 

546.93 
855.75 
256.39 
529.30 


2,305.35 

538.24 
455.16 
259.75 
527.83 






8.69 
15.41 












3.36 








1.47 
11.87 

120.56 

14.38 

3.70 

2.06 

0.66 








81.77 
1,638.24 


93.64 








1,758.80 




453.28 
650.62 


438.90 
646.92 










0.03 


209.05 
741.03 

2,319.83 
766.80 
722.68 


211.08 








741.69 


9.39 






2,310.44 


15.90 








750.90 




109.85 






3,035.43 


2.01 


1,916.29 

2,213.12 


1,918.30 

2,255.17 




42.05 








1.56 




211.17 


209.61 


21.30 




667.48 


688.78 






7.09 

42.71 

474.23 

35.74 

120.51 

0.49 

309.67 


59750 


66 59 




1,061. 2Q 
2,731.42 


1,018.49 








5,560 22 


3.55 


2,641.13 
1,414. ;3 




2,673.32 








4,547 61 




69.91 
652.29 


69.42 
342.62 










15.66 


1,125.91 


1,110.25 




52.12 
6.82 

11.21 
0.32 


454.25 
315.20 


402.13 
308.38 












505.27 

238.48 

21.13 


516 48 








238 80 


0.93 






20.20 


2.63 




144.24 
283.64 
101.38 
482.72 
465 . 69 


146.87 
275.51 
82.22 
486.70 
473.62 






8.13 
19.16 












3.98 






7.93 









210 



TWENTY-FIFTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 26 



GEORGIAN BAY 

Statement showing the net Credit or Charge to each Municipality in respect of power 

made and interest added during the year. Also the net amount Credited 

ending October 31, 1932, and the accumulated amount standing 



Municipality 


Date 

commenced 

operating 


Net credit or charge at 
October 31, 1931 


Cash receipts and pay- 
ments on account of 
suchcreditsandcharges, 
also adjustments made 
during the year 




Credit 


Charge 


Credited | Charged 


Sunderland 


Nov., 
Feb., 
Dec, 
Nov., 
Oct., 

Sept., 

July, 

Feb., 

Dec, 

May, 

June, 
Dec, 

Nov., 

Nov., 

Dec, 

Jan., 

Aug., 

July, 

June, 
Aug., 
Sept., 
Aug., 
Oct., 

July, 
May, 
May, 
Dec, 
Dec, 

Dec, 
Jan., 
Feb., 
Oct., 
May, 

Aug., 

Mar., 

Aug., 

Feb. 

Feb., 

Sept., 

July, 

Oct., 

July, 

Nov., 

Nov., 
Jan., 
Aug., 
Mar., 
Dec, 


1914 
1918 
1920 
1918 
1918 

1922 
1914 
1931 
1914 
1931 

1930 
1920 
1914 

1929 
1929 
1930 
1923 
1932 

1928 
1930 
1926 
1929 
1931 

1928 
1924 
1924 
1928 
1930 

1930 
1924 
1922 
1926 
1932 

1930 
1929 
1931 
1928 
1924 

1923 
1924 
1928 
1930 
1930 

1926 
1922 
1927 
1931 
1922 


$ c. 


$ c 
316.12 


$ c 
316.12 


$ c 


Tara 


783.41 


783 41 


Teeswater 


35.39 


35.39 




Thornton 


176.07 
124.45 

617.07 


176 07 


Tottenham 






124 45 


Uxbridge 






617 07 


Victoria Harbour 


408 . 23 

911.48 

70.90 


408.23 

911.48 

70.90 




Walkerton 






Waubaushene 






Wiarton 


1,777.53 

93.61 
446.37 

1,142.51 


1,777.53 
93 61 


Windermere 






Wingham 






446 37 


Woodville 


147.90 


147.90 




Rural Power District* 
Alliston R.P.D 




Arthur R.P.D 


41.20 

1,515.87 
1,086.48 






Bala R.P.D 








Barrie R.P.D 








Baysville R.P.D 

Beaumaris R.P.D 










1,844.09 

570.88 

35.69 

242.47 






Beaverton R.P.D 








Beeton R.P.D 








Bradford R.P.D 








Bruce R.P.D 


280.91 






Buckskin R.P.D 


622.62 






Cannington No. 1 R.P.D 

Cannington No. 2 R.P.D 

Chatsworth R.P.D 


885.88 

1,100.06 

342.60 

9.41 


















Cookstown R.P.D 








Creemore R.P.D 


771.72 

201.96 

588.24 

1,071.95 






Elmvale R.P.D 








Flesherton R.P.D 








Georgina R.P.D 

Gravenhurst R.P.D 








277.62 






Hawkestone R.P.D 


1,745.66 

34.52 

737.57 

1,993.93 

47.38 






Holstein R.P.D.. . 








Huntsville R.P.D 








Innisfil R.P.D 








Lucknow R.P.D 








Mariposa R.P.D 

Markdale R.P.D 


4,161.57 






472.55 

71.36 

237.45 

614.51 

50.38 






Meaford R.P.D 








Medonte R.P.D 








Midland R.P.D 








Neustadt R.P.D 








Nottawasaga R.P.D 

Orangeville R.P.D 


1,088.53 






2,404.60 

11.86 

2,160.22 






Owen Sound R.P.D 








Port Perry R.P.D 









*For townships included in rural power districts see "Cost of Power" and "Rural Operating' 
statements preceding. 



1933 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



211 



SYSTEM G.B.— CREDIT OR CHARGE 

supplied to it to October 31, 1931; the cash receipts and payments thereon, adjustments 
or Charged to each Municipality in respect of powef supplied in the year 
as a Credit or Charge to each Municipality at October 31, 1932 



Interest at 4 % per annum 
added during the year 


Net amount credited or charged 
in respect of power supplied in 
the year ending October 31, 1932 


Accumulated amount standing 

as a credit or charge on 

October 31, 1932 


Credited Charged 


Credited 


Charged 


Credit 


Charge 


$ c. 


$ c. 
6.15 


$ c. 


$ c. 

227.72 


$ c. 


$ c. 
233 . 87 


17.33 


376.26 


393.59 






1.16 


207.65 


208.81 


2.94 


270.70 


273.64 




2.34 




282.48 


280.14 


11.06 




338.30 
82.92 
379.22 
214.36 
587.13 

762.15 

109.06 

39.44 

377.11 


349.36 
74.58 
361.19 
213.14 
617.71 

764.13 

116.38 

36.72 

1,565.32 






8.34 

18.03 

1.22 


















30.58 






1.98 








7.32 










2.72 






45.70 








1.65 
60.63 
43.46 


81.82 
1,583.76 
2,999.38 
1,639.98 


124.67 








3,160.26 








4,129.32 
1,639.98 

1,658.96 










73.76 

22.84 

1.43 

9.70 


258.89 






1,970.84 

141.82 

1,669.06 

1,236.26 

175.24 

179.69 

143.21 

30.67 




2,564.56 
178 94 














1,921.23 
944 11 


11.24 








24.90. : 






822.76 


35.44 






741.63 

1,000.85 

325.63 

42.08 




44.00 








13.70 








0.38 




32.29 






30.87 

8.08 

23.53 

' 42.88 


1,706.33 

' 178.97 

226.15 

21.80 

58.08 

850.22 

44.06 

1,710.19 

997.37 
25.38 


2,508.92 
389 01 













837.92 








1,136.63 


11.10 




230.64 




69.83 

1.38 

29.50 

79.76 

1.90 




2,665.71 
79 96 














2,477.26 

3,071.06 

74 66 














166.46 


749.39 


5,077.42 






18.90 

2.85 
9.50 

24.58 

2.02 


871.73 

58.83 

866.58 

253.19 

45.44 

91.12 

966.61 

79.03 

1,397.94 


1,363.18 
133 04 














1,113.53 
892 28 














97.84 


43.54 




1,040.95 






96.18 

0.47 

86.41 




3,467.39 
91 36 














3,644.57 



212 



TWENTY-FIFTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 26 



GEORGIAN BAY 

Statement showing the net Credit or Charge to each Municipality in respect of power 

made and interest added during the year. Also the net amount Credited 

ending October 31, 1932, and the accumulated amount standing 



Municipality 


Date 

commenced 

operating 


Net credit or charge at 
October 31, 1931 


Cash receipts and pay- 
ments on account of 
suchcreditsand charges, 
also adjustments made 
during the year 




Credit Charge 


Credited | Charged 


Ripley R.P.D 


Feb., 1922 
Oct., 1931 
Feb., 1926 
Oct., 1925 
Jan., 1925 

Aug., 1930 
June, 1930 
Sept., 1925 
July, 1923 
Feb., 1929 


$ c. 

" 156.98 

"2,245' 05 
445.85 


$ c. 
472.17 


$ c. 


$ c. 
22.00 


Sauble R.P.D 






Shelburne R.P.D 


516.26 






Sparrow Lake R.P.D 

Tara R.P.D 












Thornton R.P.D 


372.26 

689.84 

4,335.61 






Utterson R.P.D 


' 8,696 ! 06 






Uxbridge R.P.D 

Wasaga Beach R.P.D 

Wroxeter R.P.D 










2,082.21 
















35,724.47 


97,678.11 


45,398.73 


15,379.95 



*For townships included in rural power districts see "Cost of Power" and "Rural 
Operating" statements preceding. 



GEORGIAN BAY SYSTEM 
Reserve for Renewals — October 31, 1932 

Total provision for renewals to October 31, 1931 $1,265,956.41 

Deduct: 

Expenditures to October 31, 1931 114,381 .83 

Balance brought forward October 31, 1931 $1,151,574.58 

Adjusting amount of renewals charged on cost of power in year 

ending October 31, 1931 5.267.40 

$1,146,307.18 

Added during the year ending October 31, 1932: 

Amounts charged to municipalities and rural power districts as 

part of the cost of power delivered to them $89,664. 10 

Amount included in costs of distribution of power within rural 

power districts 26,145 . 83 

Provision against equipment employed in respect of contracts 

with private companies which purchased power, and against 

equipment in local distribution systems 8,927 . 73 

Provision for renewals on transmission lines purchased 212.21 

Interest at 4% per annum on monthly balances at the credit of 

the account 45,860.39 

170,810.26 

$1,317,117.44 
Deduct: 

Expenditures during the year ending October 31, 1932 19,058.96 

Balance carried forward October 31, 1932 $1,298,058.48 



1933 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



213 



SYSTEM 



G.B.— CREDIT OR CHARGE 



supplied to it to October 31, 1931; the cash receipts and payments thereon, adjustments 
or Charged to each Municipality in respect of power supplied in the year 
as a Credit or Charge to each Municipality at October 31, 1932. 



Interest at 4% per annum 
added during the year 



Credited 



Charged 



Net amount credited or charged 

in respect of power supplied in 

the year ending October 31, 1932 



Credited Charged 



Accumulated amount standing 

as a credit or charge on 

October 31, 1932 



Credit Charge 



$ c. 


$ c. 
19.77 


$ c. 


$ c. 

604.96 

360.90 
1,330.22 
1,337.39 

611.41 

366.38 

530.67 

2,259.17 


$ c. 


$ c. 
1,118.90 


6 28 






197.64 




20.65 






1,867.13 


89.80 




997.46 




17.83 






147.73 




14.89 

27.59 

173.42 






753.53 








1,248.10 








6,768.20 


347.84 


1,599.58 


10,643.48 






83.29 


2,200.62 


4,366.12 










1,120 22 


3,059.67 


28,620.91 


46,959.93 


42.290.97 


94,504.30 



GEORGIAN BAY SYSTEM 

Reserve for Obsolescence and Contingencies— October 31, 1932 

Balance brought forward October 31, 1931 $343,311 .87 

Added during the year ending October 31, 1932: 

Amounts charged to municipalities and rural power districts as 

part of the cost of power delivered to them $25,170.54 

Amounts included in the costs of distribution of power within 

rural power districts. 26,145.83 

Provision against equipment employed in respect of contracts 
with private companies which purchased power and against 

local distribution systems . 2,912.84 

Interest at 4% per annum on monthly balances at the credit, of 

the account ' 13,732.47 

67,961.68 

$411,273.55 
Deduct: 

Contingencies met with during the year ending October 31, 

1932 $4,090 . 21 

Share of exchange paid to the Province of Ontario in respect of 

bonds retired in U.S.A. funds during the vear 39,985.87 

44,076.08 

Balance carried forward October 31, 1932 $367,197.47 



214 



TWENTY-FIFTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 26 



GEORGIAN BAY SYSTEM 



SINKING FUND 



Statement showing Sinking Fund paid by each Municipality in the periods mentioned 

hereunder, as part of the cost of power delivered thereto, together with its 

proportionate share of other sinking funds provided out of other 

revenues of the system, and interest allowed thereon to 

October 31, 1932 



Municipality 



Period 
of years 

ending 

Oct. 31, 

1932 



Amount 



Municipality 



Period 
of years 

ending 

Oct. 31, 

1932 



Amount 



Alliston 

Arthur 

Barrie 

Beaver ton . . 
Beeton 

Bradford . . . 

Brechin 

Cannington. 

Chatsworth. 

Chesley 



Coldwater. . . 
Collingwood . 
Cookstown . . 
Creemore. . . . 
Dundalk. . . . 

Durham 

Elmvale 

Elm wood .... 
Flesherton. . . 
Grand Valley 

Gravenhurst . 
Hanover. . . . 

Holstein 

Huntsville. . . 
Kincardine. . 

Kirkfield.... 
Lucknow. . . . 

Markdale 

Meaford 

Midland 



Mount Forest. 

Neustadt 

Orangeville. . . 
Owen Sound . . 
Paisley 



Penetanguishene 

Port Elgin 

Port McNicoll . . 

Port Perry 

Priceville 

Ripley 

Rosseau 

Shelburne 

Southampton. . . 
Stayner 



Sunderland 

Tara 

Teeswater 

Thornton 

Tottenham 

Uxbridge 

Victoria Harbour. 
Walkerton 



9 years 

11 " 
14 " 
13 " 

9 " 

9 " 

13 " 

13 " 

12 " 

11 " 

14 " 
14 " 

9 " 

13 " 

12 " 

12 " 

14 " 
9 " 

12 " 

11 " 

12 " 
11 " 
11 " 
11 " 

8 ■ 

8 " 

8 " 

11 " 

8 " 
14 " 

12 " 

9 " 

11 " 

12 " 

8 " 

16 " 

2 " 

13 " 
8 " 
8 " 

8 " 
2 " 

11 " 

2 " 

14 " 

13 " 

9 " 

8 " 

9 " 
9 " 

8 " 

13 " 

2 " 



$ 

9,858. 

9,596. 
63,832. 
11,158. 

7,764. 

8,568. 
4,365. 
8,245. 
2,008. 
16,598. 

6,413. 
73,708. 
2,352. 
5,979. 
5,643. 

15,948. 
8,130. 
1,772. 
3,215. 
5,858. 

10,059. 
41,326. 
1,861. 
26,959. 
15,686. 

1,559. 

7,910. 

4,372. 

10,755. 

112,966. 

14,496. 

4,972. 
18,393. 
88,384. 

4,505. 

32,818. 

1,160. 

2,929. 

6,682. 

715. 

3,380. 
453. 
8,941 
1,258. 
7,710 

5,670 
4,195 
5,690 
1,594 
4,927 

7,070 

3,247 
2,420 



c. 
77 
06 
24 
49 
36 

79 
24 
23 
79 
17 

08 
51 
76 

53 
69 

30 
66 

52 
25 
71 

93 

56 
02 

82 
70 

23 
85 
15 
29 
08 

96 
87 
.70 
.18 
71 

37 
41 
42 
44 
36 

80 
18 
63 
10 

78 

65 
42 

59 
64 

77 

45 
21 
21 



Waubaushene. 
Wiarton 

Windermere . . 

Wingham 

Woodville 



Rural Power Districts* 

Alliston R.P.D 

Arthur R.P.D 

Bala R.P.D 

Barrie R.P.D 

Baysville R.P.D 

Beaumaris R.P.D 

Beaverton R.P.D 

Beeton R.P.D 

Bradford R.P.D 

Bruce R.P.D 



Buckskin R.P.D 

Cannington No. 1, R.P.D 
Cannington No. 2, R.P.D 
Chatsworth R.P.D... 
Cookstown R.P.D.... 

Creemore R.P.D 

Elmvale R.P.D 

Flesherton R.P.D... 

Georgina R.P.D 

Gravenhurst R.P.D.. 

Hawkestone R.P.D. . 

Holstein R.P.D 

Huntsville R.P.D... 

Innisfil R.P.D 

Lucknow R.P.D 

Mariposa R.P.D 

Markdale R.P.D 

Meaford R.P.D 

Medonte R.P.D 

Midland R.P.D 

Neustadt R.P.D 

Nottawasaga R.P.D.. 
Orangeville R.P.D.. . 
Owen Sound R.P.D.. 
Port Perry R.P.D.. . . 

Ripley R.P.D 

Sauble R.P.D 

Shelburne R.P.D. .. . 
Sparrow Lake R.P.D 
Tara R.P.D 



Thornton R.P.D 

Utterson R.P.D 

Uxbridge R.P.D 

Wasaga Beach R.P.D 
Wroxeter R.P.D 



13 years 

2 " 



13 



3 years 

3 " 

3 " 

10 " 

1 " 

5 " 

3 " 
7 " 

4 " 

2 " 

5 " 
9 " 

9 " 

4 " 

2 " 

2 " 
9 " 

11 " 

7 " 

4 " 

3 " 

4 " 

2 " 

5 " 
7 " 

10 " 
9 " 

4 " 

3 " 

2 " 

6 " 

11 " 

6 " 

2 " 

10 " 

7 ■ 

2 " 

7 " 

8 " 

8 ■ 

3 " 

3 " 
8 " 

10 " 

4 " 



Total 



$ c. 
1,837.30 
1,754.92 

520.04 
16,204.62 

5,725.22 

1,382.35 

89.43 

1,313.35 

4,766.35 

177.95 

2,643.91 

452.99 

39.60 

506.96 

736.77 

406.17 
1,028.01 
1,362.37 

202.20 
14.12 

551.66 
1,362.96 

406.71 
1,331.10 

431.02 

555.49 

13.49 

378.64 

3,476.57 

25.07 

5.629.30 

435.46 

30.26 

233.34 

299.10 

22.43 
2,111.30 
1,131.45 

78.10 
2,622.16 

203.34 
96.22 

542.03 
3,063.92 
1,532.27 

272.47 

831.76 

2,726.84 

5,879.82 

2,648.67 



16,185.21 



*For townships included in rural power districts see "Cost of Power" and "Rural Operating" 
statements preceding. 



933 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



215 



GEORGIAN BAY SYSTEM 
Reserve for Sinking Fund — October 31, 1932 

Total provision for sinking fund to October 31, 1931 $701,427.54 

Provided in the year ending October 31, 1932: 

By charges included in the cost of power delivered to munici- 
palities and rural power districts $72,462 . 99 

By charges included in the costs of distribution of power within 
rural power districts 



By charges against contracts with private companies which 
purchased power and local distribution systems 

Interest at 4% per annum on the amount standing at the credit 
of the account 



7,237.63 

6,997.53 

28,059.52 



114,757.67 



Total $816,185 .21 



GEORGIAN BAY SYSTEM— RURAL LINES 

Statement showing Interest, Sinking Fund, Renewals and Contingencies charged by 

the Commission to the Municipalities which operate the respective 

Rural Lines, for the year ending October 31, 1932 



Operated by 



Capital 
cost 



Interest 



Sinking 
fund 



Renewals 



Contin- 
gencies 



Total interest, 

sinking fund, 

renewals and 

contingencies 

charged 



Brechin 

Flesherton 


$ c. 

922.02 

1,885.41 


$ c. 

48.22 

105.77 


$ c. 
16.60 
33.94 


$ c. 
18.44 

37.71 


$ c. 

9.22 

18.85 


$ c. 

92.48 

196.27 


Totals 


2,807.43 


153.99 


50.54 


56.15 


28.07 


288.75 



GEORGIAN BAY SYSTEM— RURAL LINES 

Statement showing the total Sinking Fund paid in respect of each line, together 
with interest allowed thereon to October 31, 1932 



Lines operated by 



Period of years 

ending 
October 31, 1932 



Amount 



Brechin 


14 years 

15 " 


$ c. 
276.15 


Flesherton 


489.11 






Total 




765.26 









GEORGIAN BAY SYSTEM— RURAL LINES 
Reserve for Sinking Fund— October 31, 1932 

Total provision for sinking fund to October 31, 1931 



Provided in year ending October 31, 1932: 

By charges against municipalities which operate the lines $50.54 

Interest at 4 % per annum on amounts standing at the credit of the 

reserve accounts 27.49 



$687.23 



78.03 



Total $765 . 26 



216 TWENTY-FIFTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE No. 26 



EASTERN ONTARIO 
Operating Account for Year 

Costs of operation as provided under the terms of the Power Commission Act 

Power purchased . $698,627.59 

Costs of operation and maintenance, including the proportion of 
administrative expenses chargeable to the operation of the system: 

Generation, transmission and distribution equipment $800,233.46 

Rural power districts 118,744.58 

918,978.04 

Interest (including exchange) on capital investment in: 

Generation, transmission and distribution equipment $896,898.44 

Rural power districts 72,097 . 43 

968,995.87 

Provision for renewals of: 

Generation, transmission and distribution equipment $188,709.65 

Rural power districts 59,621 . 00 

■ 248,330.65 

Provision for obsolescence and contingencies in respect of: 

Generation, transmission and distribution equipment $89,577. 14 

Rural power districts 29,810 . 50 

119,387.64 

Provision for sinking funds: 

By charges included in the cost of power delivered to munici- 
palities and rural power districts $109,178.26 

By charges against contracts with private companies which 

purchase power and local distribution systems 46,238. 23 

By charges included in the cost of distribution of power within 

rural power districts '. . . 16,015 . 88 

171,432.37 

$3,125,752.16 



1933 HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 217 



SYSTEM 

Ending October 31, 1932 

Revenue for period 

Collected from municipalities $1,816,967.21 

Power sold to private companies and local distribution systems 917,951 .34 

Collected from customers in rural power districts 464,258. 52 

$3,199,177.07 

Add: 

Amounts due by certain municipalities being the difference 
between the sums paid and the cost of power supplied to 
them in the year. . ... $19,587.58 

Amounts due by municipalities comprising certain rural power 
districts, being the difference between the revenue collected 
from customers therein and the cost of power supplied them 
in the year 26,461 . 72 



46,049.30 

$3,245,226.37 

Deduct: 

Amounts collected from certain municipalities in excess of the 
sums required to be paid by them for power supplied in 

the year $60,292.86 

Amounts collected from customers in certain rural power districts 

in excess of the cost of power delivered thereto 11,058.46 

: 71,351.32 

Revenue $3,173,875.05 

Deduct: 

Profit from power sold to local distribution systems, transferred 

to the credit of obsolescence and contingency reserve 48,122 . 89 

$3,125,752.16 



218 



TWENTY-FIFTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 26 



EASTERN ONTARIO 

Statement showing the amount to be paid by each Municipality as the Cost — under the 

received by the Commission from each Municipality on account of such cost; 

pality upon ascertainment (by annual adjustment) of the actual cost 



Municipality 



Interim rates 

per 
horsepower 
collected by 
Commission 
during year 



To 

Jan. 1 

1932 



To 

Oct. 31 

1932 



Share of 

capital cost 

of system 

on which 

interest and 

fixed 

charges are 

payable 



Average 
horse- 
power 

supplied 
in year 

after cor- 
rection 

for power 
factor 



Cost of 
power 
pur- 
chased 



Share of operating 



Operating, 
main- 
tenance 

and 
adminis- 
trative 
expenses 



Interest 
(including 
exchange) 



Alexandria. 
Apple Hill. 

Athens 

Bath 

Belleville. . 



Bloomfield . . 
Bowmanville 
Brighton. . . . 
Brockville. . . 
Cardinal .... 



Carleton Place. 
Chesterville . . . 

Cobourg 

Deseronto 

Finch 



Hastings. . . 
Havelock. . 
Kemptville. 
Lakefield . . . 
Lanark. . . . 



Lancaster . . 
Lindsay. . . . 

Madoc 

Marmora. . . 
Martintown 



Maxville. 
Napanee 
Norwood . 
Oshawa. . 
Ottawa . . 



Ottawa 

Perth 

Peterborough 

Picton 

Port Hope. . . 



Prescott 
Richmond. . . 

Russell 

Smiths Falls. 
Stirling 



60.00 
60.00 
65.00 



32.00 

60.00 
34.00 
37.00 
30.00 
37.50 

35.00 
40.00 
33.50 
54.00 
65.00 

50.00 
45.00 
40.00 
46.00 
50.00 

97.00 
40.00 
44.50 
47.00 
50.00 

75.00 
36.00 
38.00 
34.00 
22.50 



35.00 
30.00 
45.00 
37.00 

30.00 
55.00 
65.00 
30.00 
30.00 



64.00 
60.00 
55.00 
105.00 
35.00 

60.00 
37.50 
42.50 
31.50 
37.50 

35.00 
44.50 
37.50 
54.00 
67.00 

55.00 
47.00 
42.50 
46.00 
50.00 

97.00 
42.00 
49.00 
49.00 
55.00 

75.00 
37.00 
41.00 
38.00 
24.00 



35.00 
32.00 
50.00 
41.50 

31.00 
55.00 
65.00 
30.00 
32.00 



$ 


c. 




95,426 


70 


190.5 


8,887 


11 


27.3 


33,498.01 


85.6 


17,330 


60 


23.3 


774,056.45 


3,511.2 


30,605 


89 


78.1 


401,568 


74 


1,591.4 


61,115 


41 


236.6 


431,410 


0.4 


2,276.5 


27,290 


20 


122,7 


237,582 


93 


1,037.0 


55,508 


78 


207.5 


261,255 


38 


1,078.6 


52,027 


50 


145.9 


16,811 


15 


36.3 


24,349 


88 


68.5 


65,710 


75 


187.5 


68,221 


92 


258.8 


67,548.84 


204.9 


21,660 


76 


61.4 


22,607 


40 


27.2 


415,928 


11 


1,544.7 


43,855 


30 


143.7 


26,238 


13 


84.0 


6,780.40 


22.1 


31,168 


80 


73.3 


218,675 


12 


925.2 


28,701 


27 


113.0 


2,119,151 


90 


8,168.4 


755,944.85 


5,867.4 


964.71 


19,031.2 


218,138 


31 


1,037.5 


1,238,825 


96 


5,971.1 


262,314.99 


762.7 


259,003 


23 


1,069.0 


138,625 


57 


785.3 


17,525 


58 


44.9 


20,253 


49 


45.9 


264,021 


83 


1,503.5 


48,309 


78 


246.2 



$ 


c. 


1,291. 


39 


185 


07 


580 


28 


157 


95 


23,802 


25 


529 


44 


10,788 


02 


1,603 


90 


15.432 


28 


. 831 


78 


7,029 


77 


1,406 


63 


7,311 


78 


989 


05 


246.08 


464 


36 


1,271 


05 


1,754.39 


1,389 


01 


416 


23 


184 


39 


10,471 


44 


974 


14 


569.43 


149 


81 


496 


90 


6,271 


88 


766 


02 


55,373 


17 


44,774 


85 


209,342 


85 


7,033 


16 


40,477 


79 


5,170.30 


7,246 


.70 


5,323 


.51 


402 


.68 


311 


15 


10,192 


15 


1,668.98 



2,877.51 
455.30 

1,674.18 

519.96 

33,154.70 

1,514.09 
15,828.09 

3,346.37 
16,498.69 

1,318.61 

7,017.73 

2,309.72 

11,110.20 

2,126.55 

577.53 

1,016.74 
2,929.40 
2,336:25 
3,351.99 
631.52 

572.49 

21,204.28 

2,026.52 

1,398.47 

450.32 

1,129.90 

9,032.47 

1,578.11 

74,574.95 

39,009.97 

621.23 
7,185.78 

42,035.09 
8,239.76 

13,565.62 

6,137.61 

500.29 

872.15 

9,703.23 

2,149.79 



4,454.59 
415.93 

1,588.79 

824.52 

36,871.60 

1,427.41 
19,236.02 

2,912.93 
20,257.64 

1,305.44 

11,211.03 
2,561.33 

12,518.83 

2,477.49 

793.20 

1,161.52 
3,111.84 
3,222.89 
3,207.79 
1,015.00 

1,052.88 

19,773.40 

2,088.33 

1,245.18 

318.64 

1,460.76 

10,425.70 

1,361.84 

100,673.70 

36,415.11 

111.58 
10,046.85 
58,933.83 
12,445.45 
12,344.02 

6,538.30 

807.54 

951.32 

12,465.22 

2,303.56 



1933 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



219 



SYSTEM 



E.O.—COST OF POWER 



Power Commission Act — of Power supplied to it by the Commission, the amount 
and the amount remaining to be credited or charged to each Munici- 
of power supplied to it in the year ending October 31, 1932 



costs and fixed charges 



Renewals 



Obsoles- 
cence and 
contin- 
gencies 



Sinking 
fund 



Cost in 
excess of 

revenue 
from power 

sold to 

private 
companies 



Total cost 

of power 

for year as 

provided to 

be paid 

under 

Power 

Commission 

Act 



Amounts 
received 

from 

(or billed 

against) 

each 

municipality 

by the 
Commission 



Amounts remaining to 
be credited or charged 
to each municipality 



Credited Charged 



$ 


c. 


1,641 


.08 


139 


.42 


549 


.73 


291 


.25 


7,123 


.23 


417 


.21 


4,248 


.48 


659 


.76 


5,430 


.86 


373 


51 


3,305 


33 


818 


85 


2,660 


62 


692 


53 


285 


26 


324 


02 


868 


09 


1,003 


48 


863 


45 


345 


36 


413 


96 


4,650.39 


535 


39 


325 


01 


104 


58 


520 


46 


2,172 


05 


305 


16 


22,961 


49 


6,881 


20 


47 


08 


2,798 


59 


10,569 


35 


3,432 


90 


2,638 


39 


1,669 


56 


286 


44 


340 


62 


3,183 


47 


377 


97 



$ 


c. 


298 


.90 


31 


27 


110 


.91 


74 


48 


5,988 


01 


169 


.33 


2,847 


71 


442 


48 


1,629 


59 


114 


45 


887 


73 


201 


52 


1,918 


38 


331 


08 


54.41 


145 


49 


395 


87 


247 


59 


411 


89 


76.98 


68 


06 


2,822 


72 


285 


52 


177 


15 


25 


35 


100 


23 


1,628 


55 


211 


33 


14,700 


19 


3,166 


88 


8 


29 


807 


38 


9,613 


80 


1,543 


65 


1,897 


40 


538 


59 


53 


69 


66 


08 


1,047 


14 


390 


15 



1,046.30 

99.52 

371.34 

175.64 

7,109.88 

294.39 
3,759.47 

573.74 
5,037.50 

314.05 

2,732.45 
629.66 

2,432.82 
504.22 
184.92 

236.13 
636.45 
775.93 
650.65 
240.58 

243.97 

3,926.40 

419.37 

251.49 

76.21 

344.16 

2,028.81 

268.78 

19,904.72 

9,236.87 

24.79 

2,466.13 

11,277.89 

2,537.16 

2,411.93 

1,630.40 
187.18 
223.26 

3,114.64 
434.57 



593.04 
84.99 

266.48 

72.53 

10,930.67 

243.13 
4,954.17 

736.56 
7,086.94 

381.98 

3,228.27 
645.97 

3,357.77 
454.20 
113.00 

213.25 
583.70 
805 . 67 
637.87 
191.14 

84.68 

4,808.79 

447.35 

261.50 

68.80 

228.19 
2,880.23 

351.78 
25,428.94 
18,265.73 



3,229.83 

18,588.55 

2,374.35 

3,327.89 

2,444.70 
118.30 
142.89 

4,680.53 
766.44 



12,202.81 

1,411.50 

5,141.71 

2,116.33 

124,980.34 

4,595.00 
61,661.96 
10,275.74 
71,373.50 

4,639.82 

35,412.31 

8,573.68 

41,310.40 

7,575.12 
2,254.40 

3,561.51 

9,796.40 

10,146.20 

10,512.65 

2,916.81 

2,620.43 
67,657.42 
6,776.62 
4,228.23 
1,193.71 

4,280.60 
34,439.69 

4,843.02 
313,617.16 
157,750.61 

210,155.82 
33,567.72 

191,496.30 
35,743.57 
43,431.95 

24,282.67 
2,356.12 
2,907.47 

44,386.38 
8,091.46 



12,904.66 

1,652.70 

5,176.76 

2,482.80 

130,642.07 

5,005.98 
59,837.05 
10,513.70 
76,809.66 

4,950.09 

39,189.94 
9,724.56 

43,584.16 
8,411.39 
2,592.60 

4,021.52 
9,446.68 
10,944.82 
9,423.44 
3,306.77 

2,808.55 
64,269.32 
7,419.73 
4,372.90 
1,268.37 

5,837.96 
36,716.31 

4,893.12 
304,428.59 
156,062.67 

210,155.82 
37,043.74 

204,543.00 
40,258.98 
43,491.47 

24,698.35 
2,614.17 
3,193.86 

48,726.79 
8,416.44 



701.85 

241.20 

35.05 

366.47 

5,661.73 

410.98 



237.96 

5,436.16 

310.27 

3,777.63 

1,150. 

2,273.76 
836.27 
338.20 

460.01 



798.62 



389.96 
188.12 



643.11 

144.67 

74.66 

1,557.36 

2,276.62 

50.10 



3,476.02 

13,046.70 

4,515.41 

59.52 

415.68 
258.05 
286.39 
4,340.41 
324.98 



1,824.91 



349.72 
1,089.' 2 i 



3,388.10 



9,188.57 
1.687.94 



220 



TWENTY-FIFTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 26 



EASTERN ONTARIO 

Statement showing the amount to be paid by each Municipality as the Cost — under the 

received by the Commission from each Municipality on account of such cost; 

pality upon ascertainment (by annual adjustment) of the actual cost 



Municipality 



Interim rates 

per 
horsepower 
collected by 
Commission 
during year 



To 

Jan. 1 

1932 



To 

Oct. 31 

1932 



Share of 

capital cost 

of system 

on which 

interest and 

fixed 

charges are 

payable 



Average 
horse- 
power 

supplied 
in year 

after cor- 
rection 

for power 
factor 



Cost of 
power 
pur- 
chased 



Share of operating 



Operating, 
main- 
tenance 

and 
adminis- 
trative 
expenses 



Interest, 
(including 
exchange) 



Trenton 

Tweed 

Warkworth . . 
Wellington . . 
West port 

Whitby 

Williamsburg 
Winchester. . 



$ c. 
26.50 
54.00 
50.00 
45.00 
92.84 

35.00 
42.00 
40.00 



$ c. 
28.50 
58.00 
50.00 
46.00 
92.84 

37.00 
43.00 
41.00 



Rural Power Districts 

Alexandria R.P.D. — Hawkesbury E. 

and Lochiel twps 

Arnprior R.P.D. — Fitzroy twp 

Belleville R.P.D— H unt in gdon, 

Sidney, Thurlow and Tyendinaga 

twps 

Bowmanville R.P.D. — Darlington 

twp 

Brighton R.P.D. — Brighton, 

Cramahe and Murray twps 



Brockville R.P.D. — Augusta, Eliza- 
bethtown, Escott Front, Leeds and 
Lansdowne Front, Leeds and Lans- 
downe Rear, Yonge Front and 
Yonge and Escott Rear twps 

Campbellford R.P.D. — Rawdon 
and Seymour twps 

Carleton Place R.P.D.— Ramsay 
twp 

Chesterville R.P.D. — Cambridge, 
Finch, Osnabruck, Russell, Wil- 
liamsburg and Winchester twps 

Cobourg R.P.D.— Alnwick, Haldi- 
mand, Hamilton and Hope twps. . 

Colborne R.P.D. — Cramahe and 
Haldimand twps 

Fenelon Falls R.P.D. — B exley, 
Fenelon, Laxton, Digby, Longford 
and Somerville twps 

Iroquois R.P.D. — Gower S., Matilda, 
Mountain, Oxford, Williamsburg 
and Winchester twps 

Kemptville R.P.D.— Oxford twp. . . 



$ c. 
486,025.33 
64,173.41 
19,501.32 
56,074.43 
36,769.49 

243,270.23 
16,158.48 
53,972.41 



14,977.75 



62,421.44 

26,539.60 

5,889.41 



57,103.51 
12,394.50 



56,406.10 
54,947.43 

23,494.68 

9,461.44 



56,037.99 
4,947.56 



2,612.2 
162.9 

61.2 
180.3 

59.0 

943.3 

75.3 
223.5 



28.9 



278.0 

102.7 

22.8 



252.4 
60.2 



176.1 
212.6 

83.9 

34.5 



371.9 
17.5 



$ 


c. 


7,707 


97 


1,104 


29 


414 


87 


1,222 


24 


399 


96 


6,394 


58 


510 


46 


1,515 


10 


195 


91 


1,339 


00 


1,884 


55 


696 


20 


154 


56 


1,711 


01 


408 


09 


27 


57 


1,193 


77 


1,441 


21 


568 


75 


233 


87 


2,521 


09 


118 


63 



$ c. 
16,364.57 
4,403.75 
1,244.13 
2,404.91 
1,015.24 

7,967.56 
986.01 

2,543.57 



443.90 



2,492.35 

1,027.17 

303.61 



2,172.47 
384.48 



1,877.83 
2,109.41 

704.69 

482.06 



2,225.43 
147.13 



$ c. 

23,365.32 

3,056.55 

919.93 
2,664.96 
1.831.73 

11,567.16 

710.10 

2,503.29 



711.11 



2,953.84 

1,265.91 

280.88 



2,697.73 

587.55 



2,667.71 
2,602.81 

1,090.84 

452.40 



2,686.37 
236.53 



1933 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



221 



SYSTEM 



E.O.—COST OF POWER 



Power Commission Act — of Power supplied to it by the Commission, the amount 
and the amount remaining to be credited or charged to each Munici- 
of power supplied to it in the year ending October 31, 1932 



costs and fixed charges 



Renewals 



Obsoles- 
cence and 
contin- 
gencies 



Sinking 
fund 



Cost in 
excess of 

revenue 
from power 

sold to 

private 
companies 



Total cost 

of power 

for year as 

provided to 

be paid 

under 

Power 

Commission 

Act 



Amounts 
received 

from 

(or billed 

against) 

each 

municipality 

by the 
Commission 



Amounts remaining to 
be credited or charged 
to each municipality 



Credited 



Charged 



$ c 
3,509.93 
896.09 
241.92 
692.81 
686.87 

2,623.4-1 
194.54 
754.73 



258.97 



581.28 
286.66 

63 . 5 



787.57 
104.77 



880.13 
593.47 

259.48 

107.32 



598.57 
74.54 



$ c. 
4,051.46 
354.35 
122.59 
353.83 
129.57 

1,653.63 

60.47 

205.21 



47.85 



$ c 
4,347.32 
627.65 
185.93 
537.27 
418.09 

2,283.79 
174.47 
611.21 



164.00 



478.29 

186.90 

42.64 



213.17 
99.52 



199.20 
395.13 

162.94 

63.48 



216.83 
18.41 



572.02 

249.19 

55.29 



656.15 
112.76 



631.87 

515.88 

216.89 
89.50 



670.98 
55.99 



$ c 
8,132.01 
507.12 
190.52 
561.29 
183.67 

2,936.57 
234.42 
695.77 



89.97 



865.43 

319.71 

70.98 



785 . 74 
187.41 



548.22 
661.85 

261.19 

107.40 



1,157.76 
54.48 



$ c. 

77,478.58 

10,949.80 

3,319.89 

8,437.31 

4,665.13 

35,426.73 
2,870.47 
8,828.88 



1,911.71 
1,339.00 



9,827.76 

4,031.74 

971.54 



9,023.84 
1,884.58 

27.57 

7,998.73 
8,319.76 

3,264.78 

1,536.03 



10,077.03 
705.71 



$ c. 

79,905.92 
9,961.17 
3,109.40 
8,888.31 
5,480.38 

34,566.72 
3,434.46 
9,779.36 



1,911.71 
1,339.00 



9,827.76 

4,031.74 

971.54 



9,023.84 
1,884.58 

27.57 

7,998.73 
8,319.76 

3,264.78 

1,536.03 



10,077.03 
705.71 



$ c. 
2,427.34 



451.00 
815.25 



563.99 
950.48 



see page 



988.63 
210.49 



860.01 



227 



222 



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No. 26 



EASTERN ONTARIO 

Statement showing the amount to be paid by each Municipality as the Cost — under the 

received by the Commission from each Municipality on account of such cost; 

pality upon ascertainment (by annual adjustment) of the actual cost 











Share of operating 




Share of 
capital cost 


Average 
horse- 














of system 


power 


Cost of 


Operating, 




Rural Power Districts 


on which 
interest and 


supplied 
in year 


power 
pur- 


main- 
tenance 






fixed 


after cor- 


chased 


and 


Interest 




charges are 


rection 




adminis- 


(including 




payable 


for power 
factor 




trative 
expenses 


exchange) 



Kingston R.P.D. — Bedford, Ernes- 
town, Hinchinbrooke, Kingston, 
LeedsandLansdowneFront, Lough- 
borough, Pittsburg and Portland 
twps 



Lakefield R.P.D — Burleigh and 
Anstruther, Douro, Harvey and 
Smith twps 

Lindsay R.P.D. — Fenelon and Ops 
twps 

Martintown R. P. D — Charlotten- 
burg and Lancaster twps 

Maxville R.P.D. — Caledonia, Ken- 
yon, Plantagenet N., Plantagenet 
S. and Roxborough twps 

Millbrook R.P.D.— Cavan, Man- 
vers and Monaghan S. twps. . . . 



Napanee R.P.D. — Camden E., Er 
nestown, Hungerford, Fredericks- 
burg N., Fredericksburg S., Port 
land, Richmond, Sheffield and 
Tyendinaga twps 

Nepean R.P.D. — Clarence, Cumber 
land, Gloucester, Goulburn, Gower 
N., March, Nepean and Osgoode 
twps 

Newcastle R.P.D. — Clark, Darling 
ton and Manvers twps 

North Bay R.P.D.— West Ferris and 
Widdifield twps 

Norwood R.P.D.— Asphodel, Bel 
mont & Methuen, Dummer and 
Seymour twps 



Omemee R.P.D. — Emily and Ops 
twps 

Oshawa R.P.D. — Darlington, Pick 
ering, Whitby and Whitby E 
twps 

Perth R.P.D. — Bathurst, Burgess 
N., Elmsley N. and Elmsley S. 
twps 

Peterborough R. P. D. — Cavan, 
Douro, Monaghan N., Monaghan 
S., Otonabee and Smith twps. . . . 

Powassan R.P.D. — Himsworth S. 
twp 



$ c. 

71,425.53 

5,923.21 

3,477.41 

14,347.80 

43,978.21 
10,949.17 

51,694.06 

72,487.77 
16,895.05 
35,120.58 

6,221.96 

1,059.11 

163,911.03 

4,872.44 

97,172.60 
770.44 



261.2 

19.0 
10.5 

47.7 

137.7 
32.7 



174.6 

559.0 
57.3 
86.4 

19.0 

3.0 

622.3 

21.8 

443.9 
2.1 



$ c. 

2,764.16 

128.80 

71.18 

323.36 

933.46 

221.67 

1,183.61 

5,159.10 
'388.43 

2.55 

128.80 

20.34 

4,218.54 

147.78 

3,009.18 
0.06 



2,417.95 

194.30 
159.88 
864.95 

1,355.85 
525.58 



2,144.61 

4,990.48 

601.56 

2,069.33 

256.84 

102.96 

6,604.90 

299.66 

3,650.47 
37.73 



$ c. 

3,401.88 

262.70 
165.90 
665 . 76 

2,084.81 
520.90 

2,460.74 

3,322.71 

802.58 

1,653.72 

295 ,42 

48.83 

7,736.39 

227.07 

4,609.77 
36.27 



1933 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



223 



SYSTEM 



E.O.—COST OF POWER 



Power Commission Act — of Power supplied to it by the Commission, the amount 
and the amount remaining to be credited or charged to each Munici- 
of power supplied to it in the year ending October 31, 1932 



costs and fixed charges 


Cost in 
excess of 
revenue 

from power 
sold to 
private 

companies 


Total cost 

of power 

for year as 

provided to 

be paid 

under 

Power 

Commission 

Act 


Amounts 
received 

from 

(or billed 

against) 

each 

municipality 

by the 
Commission 






Renewals 


Obsoles- 
cence and 
contin- 
gencies 


Sinking 
fund 


Amounts remaining to 
be credited or charged 
to each municipality 




Credited 


Charged 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


808.86 


490.00 


675.80 


813.14 


11,371.79 


11,371.79 


see page 


227 


64.85 


35.51 


52.32 


59.15 


797 . 63 


797.63 


a 


« 


44.60 


22.40 


33.53 


32.69 


530.18 


.530.18 


a 


a 


219.99 


54.17 


161.46 


148.49 


2,438.18 


2,438.18 


it 


it 


686.22 


153.49 


493 . 05 


428.67 


6,135.55 


6,135.55 


it 


a 


141.18 


70.66 


105 . 62 


101.80 


1,687.41 


1,687.41 


a 


a 


618.69 


345.94 


492.80 


543.55 


7,789.94 


7,789.94 


see page 


229 


746.35 


299.93 


835 . 66 


1,440.43 


16,794.66 


16,794.66 


- 


a 


201.69 


114.90 


161.02 


178.38 


• 2,448.56 


2,448.56 


u 


a 


392.78 


133.75 






4,252.13 
919.47 


4,252.13 
919.47 


u 


a 


79.22 


40.16 


59.89 


59.14 


u 


« 


13.39 


6.61 


9.92 


9.34 


211.39 


211.39 


a 


u 


1,778.96 


1,120.28 


1,532.04 


1,937.27 


24,928.38 


24,928.38 


a 


u 


64.11 


18.30 


54.61 


67.87 


879. 4C 


879.40 


" 


u 


887.27 


740.04 


891.87 


1,381.90 


15.170.5C 


15,170.50 


" 


u 


8.13 


2.97 






85. ie 


85.16 


u 


tl 











224 



TWENTY-FIFTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 26 



EASTERN ONTARIO 

Statement showing the amount to be paid by each Municipality as the Cost — under the 

received by the Commission from each Municipality on account of such cost; 

pality upon ascertainment (by annual adjustment) of the actual cost 



Rural Power Districts 



Share of 
capital cost 

of system 

on which 
interest and 

fixed 
charges are 

payable 



Average 
horse- 
power 

supplied 
in year 

after cor- 
rection 

for power 
factor 



Cost of 
power 
pur- 
chased 



Share of operating 



Operating, 
main- 
tenance 

and 
adminis- 
trative 
expenses 



Interest 
(including 
exchange) 



Prescott R. P. D. — Augusta, Ed 
wardsburg and Matilda twps .... 

Renfrew R.P.D. — Admaston and 
Horton twps 

Smiths Falls R. P. D.— Bastard & 
Burgess S., Crosby S., Kitley, 
Montague and Wolford twps 

Stirling R.P.D.— Rawden and Sid 
ney twps 

Trenton R.P.D. —Brighton, Mur- 
ray and Sidney twps 



Warkworth R.P.D. — Percy twp.... 

Wellington R.P.D. — Ameliasburg, 
Athol, Hallowell, Hillier and Mur- 
ray twps 

Williamsburg R.P.D.— Matilda and 
Williamsburg twps 



Totals — Municipalities 

Totals — Rural Power Districts 

Totals — Companies 

Totals — Public Utilities owned by 
the Commission , 



Campbell ford Pulp Mil 
Non-operating capital . 



$ 
20,024 



41,209 

9,216 

25,803 

705. 

52,115. 
6,025. 



9,864,846. 
1,140,028. 
5,434,387. 



2,071,443.51 



18,510,706 
52,559 
13,874, 



Grand totals 18,577,140.97 



103.6 



158.3 

43.2 

124.1 

3.0 

171.3 
38.7 



63,213.6 

4,781.9 

20,128.4 

4,825.1 



92,949.0 



$ c 
888.84 
330.00 

1,073.11 

292.85 

841.26 

20.34 

1,161.23 
543.82 



513,951.48 

36,346.68 

136,449.40 

11,880.03 



$ c 
1,029.30 



1,482.88 

479.34 

1,030.74 

44.08 

2,336.45 
493.81 



389,512.90 

47,544.18 

216,913.56 

146,262.82 



698,627.59 800,233.46 



$ c. 
933.22 



2,127.63 

437.80 

1,233.99 

33.54 

2,478.52 
267.25 



468,958.04 

54,041.08 

272,568.33 

101,330 99 



896,898.44 



193 3 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



225 



SYSTEM 



E.O.—COST OF POWER 



Power Commission Act — of Power supplied to it by the Commission, the amount 
and the amount remaining to be credited or charged to each Munici- 
of power supplied to it in the year ending October 31, 1932 



costs and fixed charges 


Cost in 
excess of 

revenue 
from power 

sold to 

private 
companies 


Total cost 

of power 

for year as 

provided to 

be paid 

under 

Power 

Commission 

Act 


Amounts 
received 

from 

(or billed 

against) 

each 

municipality 

by the 
Commission 






Renewals 


Obsoles- 
cence and 
contin- 
gencies 


Sinking 
fund 


Amounts remaining to 
be credited or charged 
to each municipality 




Credited 


Charged 


$ c. 


$ c. 


% c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


255.00 


79.81 


233.38 


322.51 


3,742.06 


3,742.06 


see page 


229 










330.00 
6,542.98 


330.00 
6,542.98 


a 
a 


a 


672.95 


187.84 


505.77 


492.80 


(< 


81.13 


72.16 


84.05 


134.49 


1,581.82 


1,581.82 


« 


ft 


221.02 


206.19 


235.11 


386.32 


4,154.63 


4,154.63 


" 


ft 


6.98 


5.40 


6.54 


9.34 


126.22 


126.22 


« 


ft 


635.01 


341.19 


498.23 


533.27 


7,983.90 


7,983.90 


" 


ft 


75.07 


22.94 


64.97 


82.81 


1,550.67 


1,550.67 


a 


ft 


105,855.91 
13,299.79 
44,522.38 

25,031.57 


62,461.33 

6,689.00 

14,221.73 

6,205.08 


98,000.10 
11,178.16 
42,699.86 


137,522.17 

14,273.50 

(152,549.67) 

754.00 


1,776,261.93 
183,372.39 
574,825.59 


1,816,967.21 
183,372.39 
574,825.59 


60,292.86 


19,587.58 






3,538.37 


295,002.86 


343,125.75 


48,122.89 


* 


188,709.65 


89,577.14 


155,416.49 




2,829,462.77 


2,918,290.94 













transferred to credit of obsolescence and contingencies reserve. 



226 



TWENTY-FIFTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 26 



EASTERN ONTARIO SYSTEM— 

Statement showing the costs of distribution of power within each Rural Power 
and the amounts remaining to be credited to certain Districts or charged 

(by annual adjustment) of the actual costs 



District and municipalities 
comprised therein 



Total capital cost of each district, 
Provincial Government grant 
received and applied thereagainst, 
and the balance representing the 
investment bv the Commission 



Total 

capital 

cost 



Govern- 
ment 
grant 



Com- 
mission's 
investment 



Cost of 

power 

delivered 

to districts 

as shown 

in "cost of 

power" 

table 

preceding 



Alexandria R.P.D. — Hawkesbury E. and 
Lochiel twps 

Arnprior R.P.D. — Fitzroy twp 

Belleville R. P. D. — Huntingdon, Sidney, 
Thurlow and Tyendinaga twps 

Bowmanville R.P.D. — Darlington twp 

Brighton R.P.D. — Brighton, Cramahe and 
Murray twps 



Brockville R.P.D. — Augusta, Elizabethtown, 
Escott Front, Leeds & Lansdowne Front, 
Leeds & Lansdowne Rear, Yonge Front and 
Yonge & Escott Rear twps 

Campbellford R.P.D. — Rawdon and Sey- 
mour twps. 

Carleton Place R.P.D. — Ramsay twp 

Chesterville R.P.D. — Cambridge, Finch, Os- 
nabruck, Russell, Williamsburg and Win- 
chester twps 

Cobourg R. P. D — Alnwick, Haldimand, 
Hamilton and Hope twps 



Colborne R.P.D. — Cramahe and Haldimand 
twps 

Fenelon Falls R. P. D. — Bexley, Fenelon, 
Laxton, Digby, Longford and Somerville 
twps 

Iroquois R.P.D.— Gower S., Matilda, Moun- 
tain, Oxford, Williamsburg and Winchester 
twps 

Kemptville R.P.D.— Oxford twp 

Kingston R. P. D.— Bedford, Ernestown, 
Hinchinbrooke, Kingston, Leeds & Lans- 
downe Front, Loughborough, Pittsburg and 
Portland twps 



Lakefield R.P.D. — Burleigh and Anstruther, 
Douro, Harvey and Smith twps 

Lindsay R.P.D. — Fenelon and Ops twps... 

Martintown R.P.D. — Charlottenburg and 
Lancaster twps 

Maxville R.P.D. — Caledonia, Kenyon, Plan- 
tagenet N., Plantagenet S. and Roxborough 
twps 

Millbrook R.P.D. — Cavan, Manvers and 
Monaghan S. twps 



$ 


c. 


26,951 
12,569 


93 
60 


149,157 
41,019 


08 
40 


14,571 


51 


213,900 


21 


*34,586 
887 


24 
71 


*93,440 


21 


177,740.35 


50,124 


26 


39,642 


93 


171,942 
11,388 


27 
48 


238,666 


45 


*42,732 
22,991 


64 
62 


53,473 


24 


118,584 


27 


29,033 


30 



13,475.97 
6,041.45 

73,902.72 
20,509.70 

7,285.76 



104,274.89 

17,267.28 
443.86 



45,077.07 
88,133.96 

25,062.13 

19,483.25 



85,674.13 
5,547.41 



115,330.17 



21,255.64 
11,495.81 

26,736.62 



59,292.13 
14,232.75 



13,475.96 
6,528.15 

75,254.36 
20,509.70 

7,285.75 



109,625.32 

17,318.96 
443 . 85 



48,363.14 
89,606.39 

25,062.13 

20,159.68 



86,268.14 
5,841.07 



123,336.28 



21,477.00 
11,495.81 

26,736.62 



59,292.14 
14,800.55 



1,911.71 
1,339.00 

9,827.76 
4,031.74 

971.54 



9,023.84 

1,884.58 
27.57 



7,998.73 
8,319.76 

3,264.78 

1,536.03 



10,077.03 
705.71 



11,371.79 



797.63 
530.18 

2,438.18 



6,135.55 
1,687.41 



Note. — Items marked * include portions of transmission lines aggregating $22,909.93 used 
for purposes of rural power districts. 



1933 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



227 



RURAL POWER DISTRICTS 



E.O.— RURAL OPERATING 



District, the revenues collected from (or charged to) customers within each District, 
to the Municipalities comprising certain other Districts upon ascertainment 
in the year ending October 31, 1932 



Distribution costs and fixed charges 



Cost of 
operation, 
mainten- 
ance and 
adminis- 
tration 



Interest 
(including 
exchange) 



Renewal 
charges 



Obsoles- 
cence and 
contin- 
gencies 



Sinking 
fund 



Total 
cost 



Revenue 

from power 

and light 

customers 

in each 

district 



Amounts remaining 
to be credited to 
certain districts or 
charged to the 
municipalities com- 
prising certain other 
districts 



Credited 



Charged 



856.97 
899.30 

5,969.88 
876.12 

498.99 



9,003 . 85 

749.39 
43.19 



5,274.28 
4,852.57 

2,019.18 

1,235.68 



6,785.53 
339 . 23 



11,589.75 



983 . 09 
384.42 

2,118.96 



4,466.92 
946.96 



$ 


c. 


624 
248 


85 
32 


3,460 
954 


49 
07 


341 


29 


4,984.87 


820 
15 


97 

78 


2,265 


59 


4,072 


80 


1,007 


59 


940 


72 


3,912 

275 


70 
29 


5,408.96 


882 
315 


05 
60 


1,241 


89 


2,791 


43 


638 


20 



527.26 
208.99 

2,893.96 
805.07 

287.99 



4,105.50 

691.72 
13.32 



1,846.04 
3,407.27 

850.23 

780.28 



3,289.74 
226.42 



4,306.88 



739.87 
266.31 

1,047.94 



2,355.47 
527.17 



263.63 
104.49 

1,446.98 
402 . 53 

143.99 



2,052.74 

345.86 
6.66 



923.01 
1,703.63 

425.11 

390.13 



1,644.87 
113.22 



2,153.44 



369.93 
133.16 

523.97 



1,177.74 
263.59 



138.80 
55.22 

768.70 
211.93 

75.81 



1,107.32 

182.36 
3.51 



503.27 
904.71 

223.82 

208.97 



869.16 
61.15 



1,201.54 



195.93 
70.11 

275.87 



620.08 
141.77 



4,323.22 
2,855.32 

24,367.77 
7,281.46 

2,319.61 



30,278.12 

4,674.88 
110.03 



18,810.92 
23,260.74 

7,790.71 

5,091.81 



26,579.03 
1,721.02 



36,032.36 



3,968.50 
1,699.78 

7,646.81 



17,547.19 
4,205.10 



3,757.84 
2,493.18 

26,322.68 
7,591.68 

2,289.06 



31,387.93 

4,347.69 
54.66 



16,566.53 
22,914.72 

6,214.55 

4,646.88 



27,735.41 
1,786.13 



32,024.91 



2,851.74 
1,269.72 

6,620.49 



17,209.39 

3,732.75 



1,954.91 
310.22 



1,109.81 



1,156.38 
65.11 



565.38 
362.14 



30.55 



327.19 

55.37 



2,244.39 
346.02 

1,576.16 

444.93 



4,007.45 



1,116.76 
430.06 

1,026.32 



337.80 
472.35 



228 



TWENTY-FIFTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 26 



EASTERN ONTARIO SYSTEM— 

Statement showing the costs of distribution of power within each Rural Power 
and the amounts remaining to be credited to certain Districts or charged 

(by annual adjustment) of the actual costs 



District and municipalities 
comprised therein 



Total capital cost of each district, 
Provincial Government grant 
received and applied thereagainst, 
and the balance representing the 
investment by the Commission 



Total 

capital 

cost 



Govern- 
ment 
grant 



Com- 
mission's 
investment 



Cost of 

power 

delivered 

to districts 

as shown 

in "cost of 

power" 

table 

preceding 



Napanee R.P.D. — Camden E., Ernestown, 
Hungerford, Fredericksburg N., Fredericks- 
burg S., Portland, Richmond, Sheffield and 
Tyendinaga twps 

Nepean R.P.D. — Clarence, Cumberland, 
Gloucester, Goulburn, Gower N., March, 
Nepean and Osgoode twps 

Newcastle R.P.D. — Clark, Darlington and 
Manvers twps 

North Bay R.P.D.— West Ferris and Widdi- 
field twps 

Norwood R.P.D. — Asphodel, Belmont and 
Methuen, Dummer and Seymour twps 



Omemee R.P.D. — Emily and Ops twps.. . . 

Oshawa R.P.D. — Darlington, Pickering, 
Whitby and Whitby E. twps 

Perth R.P.D.— Bathurst, Burgess N., Elms- 
ley N. and Elmsley S. twps 

Peterborough R.P.D. — Cavan, Douro, Mon- 
aghan N.,Monaghan S.,Otonabee and Smith 
twps ; . . 

Powassan R.P.D. — Himsworth S. twp 



Prescott R. P. D. — Augusta, Edwardsburg 
and Matilda twps 

Renfrew R.P.D. — Admaston and Horton 
twps 

Smiths Falls R.P.D.— Bastard & Burgess S., 
Crosby S., Kitley, Montague and Wolford 
twps. 

Stirling R.P.D. — Rawdon and Sidney twps. 

Trenton R.P.D. — Brighton, Murray and Sid- 
ney twps. 



Warkworth R.P.D. — Percy twp 

Wellington R. P. D — Ameliasburg, Athol, 

Hallowell, Hillier and Murray twps 

Williamsburg R. P. D — Matilda and 

Williamsburg twps 



Non-operating capital 
Totals 



202,491.61 



*320,738, 

*38,135. 

30,043. 

*18,097. 

3,613. 

262,066. 

27,968. 



169,047 
3,897 



75,255 
7,862 

*1 16,399 
*51,230 

*73,790 
*1,598 

167,328 
26,747 



3,139,716. 
7,013. 



3,146,730.47 



98,365.99 

156,384.44 
18,137.01 
14,670.24 

• 8,818.01 
1,806.55 

127,443.48 
13,984.37 



84,523.57 
1,948.77 



37,446.69 
3,931.49 

56,211.55 
22,727.16 

36,802.06 

612.42 

83,372.10 

13,373.91 



1,541,082.51 
3,506.81 



1,544,589.32 



104,125.62 

164,353.94 

19,998.44 

15,373.30 

9,279.95 

1,806.55 

134,622.84 

13,984.37 



84,523.56 
1,948.78 



37,808.88 
3,931.49 

60,187.50 
28,503.27 

36,988.83 

985 . 96 

83,956.14 

13,373.92 



1,598,634.34 
3,506.81 



1,602,141.15 



7,789.94 

16,794.66 

2,448.56 

4,252.13 

919.47 

211.39 

24,928.38 

879.40 



15,170.50 
85.16 



3,742.06 
330.00 

6,542.98 
1,581.82 

4,154.63 

126.22 

7,983.90 

1,550.67 



183,372.39 



Note. — Items marked * include portions of transmission lines aggregating $22,909.93 used 
for purposes of rural power districts. 



1933 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



229 



RURAL POWER DISTRICTS 



E.O.— RURAL OPERATING 



District, the revenues collected from (or charged to) customers within each District, 
to the Municipalities comprising certain other Districts upon ascertainment 
in the year ending October 31, 1932 



Distribution costs and fixed charges 



Cost of 
operation, 
mainten- 
ance and 
adminis- 
tration 



Interest 
(including 
exchange) 



Renewal 
charges 



Obsoles- 
cence and 
contin- 
gencies 



Sinking 
fund 



Total 
cost 



Revenue 

from power 

and light 

customers 

in each 

district 



Amounts remaining 
to be credited to 
certain districts or 
charged to the 
municipalities com- 
prising certain other 
districts 



Credited Charged 



5,721.98 

11,524.19 

1,110.61 

2,211.83 

547.28 

9.59 

12,526.39 

716.13 



5,810.65 
44.53 



3,609.83 
181.40 

5,669.09 
942.62 

2,099.33 

25.86 

4,985.77 

1,113.24 



4,477.97 

7,595.97 

936.06 

691.05 

430.31 

85.64 

5,902.72 
600.25 



3,913.49 
83.09 



1,730.87 
181.35 

2,633.74 
1,333.63 

1,739.44 

46.29 

3,950.46 

561.64 



3,651.09 

6,258.66 

752.64 

570.23 

353.87 

72.27 

4,854.46 
506.50 



3,302.29 
70.11 



1,453.30 
153.19 

2,143.59 
1,009.82 

1,464.04 

31.78 

3,321.81 

473.92 



$ c. 


$ c. 


1,825.54 


994.71 


3,129.34 


1,687.34 


376.32 


207.94 


285.12 


153.82 


176.93 


95.58 


36.13 


19.02 


2,427.24 


1,311.21 


253.25 


133.34 


1,651.15 
35.06 


869.33 
18.46 


726.65 


384.49 


76.59 


40.33 


1,071.79 
504.92 


585.05 
296.25 


732.03 


386.40 


15.89 


10.28 


1,660.91 


877.54 


236.96 


124.76 


29,810.50 


16,015.88 



24,461.23 

46,990.16 

5,832.13 
8,164.18 
2,523.44 
434.04 
51,950.40 
3.088.87 



30,717.41 
336.41 



11,647.20 
• 962.86 

18,646.24 
5,669.06 

10,575.87 

256.32 

22,780.39 

4,061.19 



19,846.18 

46,211.83 

6,151.64 

9,635.69 

2,033.32 

260.62 

55,223.31 
1,678.81 



31,993.60 
377.46 



11,530.44 

582.38 

17,734.65 
5,002.30 

10,601.72 

311.33 

19,615.80 

3,649.50 



319.51 
1,471.51 



3,272.91 



1,276.19 
41.05 



25.85 
55.01 



c. 



4,615.05 



778.33 



490.12 
173.42 



1,410:06 



116.76 
380.48 



911.59 
666.76 



3,164.59 
411.69 



118,744.58 



72,097.43 



59,621.00 



479,661.78 



464,258.52 



11,058.46 



26,461.72 



230 



TWENTY-FIFTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 26 



EASTERN ONTARIO 

Statement showing the net Credit or Charge to each Municipality in respect of power 

made and interest added during the year. Also the net amount Credited 

ending October 31, 1932, and the accumulated amount standing 



Municipality 


Date 

commenced 

operating 


Net credit or charge at 
October 31, 1931 


Cash receipts and 

payments on account 

of such credits and 

charges, also adjus:- 

ments made during 

the year 




Credit | 


Charge 


Credited | Charged 


Alexandria 


Jan., 1921 
Apr., 1921 
Jan., 1929 
Nov., 1931 
Apr., 1929 

Apr., 1919 
Oct., 1931 
Nov., 1929 
Apr., 1915 
Jul., 1930 

May, 1919 
Apr., 1914 
Jan., 1932 
Jan., 1931 
Feb., 1928 

Jun., 1931 
Feb., 1921 
Dec, 1921 
Aug., 1920 
Sep., 1921 

May, 1921 
Mar., 1928 
Jan., 1930 
Jan., 1921 
May, 1921 

Feb., 1921 
Nov., 1929 
Feb., 1921 
Feb., 1929 
Jan., 1914 

Feb., 1919 
Mar., 1913 
Apr., 1919 
Nov., 1929 
Dec, 1913 

Aug., 1928 
Feb., 1926 
Sep., 1918 
Jan., 1930 
Sept., 1931 

Dec, 1930 
Oct., 1923 
Apr., 1919 


$ c 


$ c 
410.81 


$ c 
410.81 


$ c 


Apple Hill 


105.50 

1,734.24 


105 . 50 


Athens 






1,734.24 


Bath 








Belleville 


1,885.16 

277.37 






1,885.16 


Bloomfield 






277.37 


Bowmanville 








Brighton 




946.76 


946.76 




Brockville 


1,138.24 
242.92 

4,446.05 


1,138.24 


Cardinal 






242.92 


Carleton Place 






4,446.05 


Chesterville . . 


537.79 


537.79 




Cobourg 






Deseronto 


696.94 






696.94 


Finch 


2.77 
613.17 


2.77 
613.17 




Hastings. . . 






Havelock . 


63.10 


63.10 


Kemptville. . 


78.86 


78.86 




Lakefield. . 


1,355.96 
274.14 


1,355.96 


Lanark 






274.14 


Lancaster 


6,595.56 


895.56 




Lindsay . 


597.65 


597.65 


Madoc. . 


370.97 


370.97 




Marmora . . 


42.84 


42.84 


Martintown 


56.00 


56.00 




Maxville 


1,095.14 
1,060.99 


1,095.14 


Napanee. . 






1,060.99 


Norwood 


82.97 
18,804.34 


82.97 
18,804.34 




Oshawa 






Ottawa. 


5,202.08 

5,424.09 
4,527.53 


5,202.08 


Perth 






5,424.09 


Peterborough .... 






4,527.53 


Picton 


1,299.75 


1,299.75 




Port Hope 


996.63 

828.35 

331.97 

324.66 

4,855.35 


996.63 


Prescott 






828.35 


Richmond 






331.97 


Russell 






324.66 


Smiths Falls 






4,855.35 


Stirling 


87.55 


87.55 




Trenton 






Tweed 




301.96 


301.96 




Warkworth 


349 . 44 
234.84 


349 . 44 


Wellington 






234.84 



1933 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



231 



SYSTEM 



E.O.— CREDIT OR CHARGE 



supplied to it to October 31, 1931, the cash receipts and payments thereon, adjustments 
or Charged to each Municipality in respect of power supplied in the year 
as a Credit or Charge to each Municipality at October 31, 1932 



Interest at 4 % per annum 
added during the year 



Credited Charged 



Net amount credited or charged 
in respect of power supplied in 
the year ending October 31, 1932 



Credited Charged 



Accumulated amount standing 

as a credit or charge on 

October 31, 1932 



Credit Charge 



$ c. 


$ c. 
7.00 


$ c. 
701.85 
241.20 
35.05 
366.47 
5,661.73 

410.98 


$ c. 


$ c. 
694.85 
242.96 
64.05 
366.47 
5,694.08 

415.50 


$ c. 


1.76 






29.00 




- 












32.35 








4.52 












1,824.91 


1,824.91 




16.14 


237.96 

5,436.16 

310.27 

3,777.63 

1,150.88 

2,273.76 

836.27 

338.20 

460.01 


2/1.82 

5,456.06 

314.23 

3,880.22 

1,140.89 

2,273.76 

848.06 

338.15 

447.41 




19.90 






3.96 








102.59 










9.99 












11.79 








0.05 
12.60 












1.23 


349.72 


348.49 




1.32 


798.62 


797.30 




23.82 


1,089.21 


1,065.39 


5.48 




389.96 
188.12 


395.44 




250.61 




5,762.49 


9.86 


3,388.10 




3,378.24 




6.37 ' 


643.11 

144.67 

74.66 

1,557.36 

2,276.62 

50.10 


636.74 

145.56 

73.66 

1,580.72 

2,294.36 

48.52 




0.89 








1.00 






23.36 






17.74 










1.58 
316.49 








9,188.57 
1,687.94 


9,505.06 


90.40 






1.597.54 


96.71 




3,476.02 

13,046.70 

4,515.41 

59.52 

415.68 

258.05 
286.39 

4,340.41 
324.98 

2,427.34 


3,572.73 

13,122.41 

4,492.82 

75.75 

431.43 

263.69 
293.08 

4,436.46 
323.51 

2,427.34 




75.71 










22.59 






16.23 






15.75 








5.64 








6.69 








96.05 










1.47 














4.95 


988.63 
210.49 


993 58 


7.13 






203.36 


3.82 




451.00 


454.82 





in 



TWENTY-FIFTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 26 



EASTERN ONTARIO 

Statement showing the net Credit or Charge to each Municipality in respect of power 

made and interest added during the year. Also the net amount Credited 

ending October 31, 1932, and the accumulated amount standing 



Municipality 



Date 

commenced 

operating 



Net credit or charge at 
October 31, 1931 



Cash receipts and 
payments on account 
of such credits and 
charges, also adjust- 
ments made during 
the year 



Credit Charge Credited | Charged 



West port 
Whitbv.. 



Williamsburg. 
Winchester. . . 



Rural Power Districts* 
Alexandria R.P.D. 
Arnprior R.P.D. . . 
Belleville R.P.D.. 
Bowmanville R.P.D. 
Brighton R.P.D.. 



Brockville R.P.D 

Campbellford R.P.D. 
Carleton Place R.P.D 
Chesterville R.P.D 
Cobourg R.P.D. . . 



Colborne R.P.D.. 
Fenelon Falls R.P.D 

Iroquois R.P.D 

Kemptville R.P.D 
Kingston R.P.D.. 



Lakefield R.P.D... 

Lindsay R.P.D 

Martintown R.P.D 

Maxville R.P.D 

Millbrook R.P.D... 



Napanee R.P.D. . . 

Nepean R.P.D 

Newcastle R.P.D. 
North Bay R.P.D. 
Norwood R.P.D.. 



Omemee R.P.D.. 
Oshawa R.P.D.. . 

Perth R.P.D. 

Peterborough R.P.D 
Powassan R.P.D.. 



Prescott R.P.D 

Renfrew R.P.D 

Smiths Falls R.P.D 

Stirling R.P.D 

Trenton R.P.D 



Warkworth R.P.D. 
Wellington R.P.D. 
Williamsburg R.P.D 



Totals . 



Nov., 


1931 


Jan., 


1926 


Apr., 


1915 


Jan., 


1914 


Dec, 


1929 


Dec, 


1930 


Aug., 


1927 


Jan., 


1924 


Nov., 


1929 


Nov., 


1921 


Aug., 


1924 


Feb., 


1932 


Nov., 


1921 


Feb., 


1927 


Aug., 


1925 


Jul., 


1931 


Tul., 


1930 


Dec, 


1930 


Jan., 


1923 


Tul., 


1928 


TuL, 


1930 


Jan., 


1922 


Dec, 


1927 


Jul., 


1930 


Nov., 


1927 


Feb., 


1922 


Sep., 


1927 


Jun., 


1927 


Jan., 


1929 


Jan., 


1931 


Apr., 


1918 


Aug., 


1931 


Jan., 


1927 


Nov., 


1931 


Jun., 


1922 


Nov. 


1930 


May, 


1929 


Nov. 


1929 


Jan., 


1924 


Nov. 


1928 


Nov. 


1925 


Feb., 


1923 



86.85 
320.08 



18,135.39 
631.44 



1,244.16 



5,567.09 
2,327.51 

1,355.80 



1,388.77 



765.31 



7,625.11 
1,503.69 
5,864.95 



33,326.99 



11,891.60 



2,359.25 
6.64 



132,491.81 



29.59 



1,837.97 
1,002.56 



255.98 



874.85 



410.76 



542.09 
4,299.94 

695.32 
346.14 



581.69 
831.62 

3,150.43 



873.42 
123.00 



443 . 69 



224.47 

422.75 

3,254.18 

760.10 



2,555.46 
1,432.69 



55,137.96 



29.59 



24,518.851 38,643.47 



*For townships included in rural power districts see "Cost of Power" and "Rural Operating" 
statements preceding. 



1933 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



233 



SYSTEM 



E.O. —CREDIT OR CHARGE 



supplied to it to October 31, 1931, the cash receipts and payments thereon, adjustments 
or Charged to each Municipality in respect of power supplied in the year 
as a Credit or Charge to each Municipality at October 31, 1932 



Interest at 4% per annum 
added during the year 


Net amount credited or charged 
in respect of power supplied in 
the year ending October 31, 1932 


Accumulated amount standing 

as a credit or charge on 

October 31, 1932 


Credited 


Charged 


Credited 


Charged 


Credit 


Charge 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 
815.25 


$ c. 


$ c. 
815.25 


$ c. 




0.50 


860.01 


860.51 


1.45 


563.99 
950.48 


565.44 
956.53 




6.05 










73.52 
40.10 


565.38 
362.14 


2,476.87 
1,404.80 








725.42 


1,954.91 
310.22 


20,815.72 
966.92 


25.26 










10.24 


30.55 


296.77 


49.77 


1,109.81 


2,403.74 






34.99 


327.19 

55.37 

2,244.39 

346.02 

1,576.16 
444.93 


1,237.03 

55.37 








220.47 






3,448.43 
2,074.59 




93.10 








54.23 






166.13 




16.43 






872 12 


55.55 


1,156.38 
65.11 


2,600.70 






21.68 
172.00 

27.81 
13.85 




498 . 66 




4,007.45 

1,116.76 
430.06 

1,026.32 
337.80 

. 472.35 

4,615.05 




8,479.39 ' 

1,839.89 
790 05 














30.61 






230 40 




23.27 
33.26 

126.02 






942 76 




• 




1,337.23 
7,891.50 






304.52 




. 778.33 


7,100.68 
1,883.35 
7,571.06 


60.15 




319.51 
1,471.51 




234.60 










34.94 
4.92 


490.12 

173.42 


1,398.48 
301 34 








1,333.08 


3,272.91 


37,932.98 






17.75 


1,410.06 


1,871.50 


475.66 


1,276.19 
41.05 


13,643.45 
41.05 












8.98 

16.91 

130.17 

30.40 


116.76 
380.48 
911.59 
666.76 


350 21 








820 14 






4,295.94 
1,457.26 








94.37 


25.85 
55.01 


2,479.47 
61.92 


0.27 










102.22 
57.31 


3,164.59 
411.69 


5,822.27 
1,901.69 














4,466.94 


1,649.43 


71,351.32 


46,049.30 


163,626.13 


72,277.37 



234 TWENTY-FIFTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE No. 26 



EASTERN ONTARIO SYSTEM 
Reserve for Renewals — October 31, 1932 

Total provision for renewals to October 31, 1931 $3,816,713.72 

Deduct expenditures to October 31, 1931 866,143 . 68 

Balance brought forward at October 31, 1931 $2,950,570.04 

Added during the year ending October 31, 1932: 

Amounts charged to municipalities and rural power districts as 

part of the cost of power delivered to them $119,155 . 70 

Amounts included in the costs of distribution of power within 

rural power districts 59,621 . 00 

Provision against equipment employed in respect of contracts 
with private companies, which purchased power, and against 
equipment in local distribution systems and Pulp Mill 70,605 . 15 

Reserve provided in respect of equipment transferred 567 . 98 

Interest at 4 % per annum on the monthly balances at the credit 

of the account 118,022.80 

367,972.63 

$3,318,542.67 

Deduct: 

Expenditures during the year ending October 31, 1932 $29,546.32 

Accumulated reserves for renewals in respect of local distribution 
systems sold to municipalities during the year — employed 
to write down the book values of such local distribution 
systems 232,677 . 32 

262,223.64 



Balance carried forward October 31, 1932 $3,056,319.03 



1933 HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 235 



EASTERN ONTARIO SYSTEM 
Reserve for Obsolescence and Contingencies — October 31, 1932 

Balance brought forward at October 31, 1931 $1,254,868.33 

Added during the year ending October 31, 1932: 

Reserve provided for doubtful accounts no longer necessary $6,500.00 

Amounts charged to municipalities and rural power districts as 

part of the cost of power delivered to them 69,150.33 

Amount included in the costs of distribution of power within 

rural power districts 29,810 . 50 

Provision against equipment employed in respect of contracts 
with private companies which purchased power, and local 
distribution systems 20,426 . 81 

Net profit from operation of local distribution systems and 

utilities 51,596.24 

Interest at 4 % per annum on monthly balances at the credit of 

the account 50,284.02 

227,767.90 

$1,482,636.23 



Deduct : 

Contingencies met with during the year ending October 31, 1932 $118,909.69 

Share of exchange paid to the Province of Ontario in respect of 

bonds retired in U.S.A. funds during the year 48,991.81 

167,901.50 



Balance carried forward October 31, 1932 :.:..' $1,314,734.73 



236 



TWENTY-FIFTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 26 



EASTERN ONTARIO SYSTEM 



SINKING FUND 



Statement showing Sinking Fund paid by each Municipality in the periods mentioned 

hereunder as part of the cost of power delivered thereto, together with its 

proportionate share of other sinking funds, provided out of other 

revenues of the system, and interest allowed thereon to 

October 31, 1932 



Municipality 



Period 
of years 

ending 

Oct. 31, 

1932 



Amount 



Rural Power District 



Period 
of years 

ending 

Oct. 31, 

1932 



Amount 



Alexandria. 
Apple Hill. 

Athens 

Bath 

Belleville.. 



Bloomfield. . . 
Bowmanville. 
Brighton 
Brockville. . . 
Cardinal 



Carleton Place. 
Chesterville. . . 

Cobourg 

Deseronto 
Finch 



Hastings. . 
Havelock. . 
Kemptville 
Lakefield . . 
Lanark. . . . 



Lancaster. . 
Lindsay. . . . 

Madoc 

Marmora. . . 
Martintown 



Maxyille . 
Napanee . 
Norwood 
Oshawa. . 
Ottawa . . 



Perth 

Peterborough 

Picton. 

Port Hope. . . 
Prescott 



Richmond . . 

Russell 

Smiths Falls 

Stirling 

Trenton 



Tweed 
Warkworth 
Wellington . 
West port . . 
Whitby... 



Williamsburg 12 

Winchester 13 



8 vears 


8 


" 


4 


a 


1 


" 


4 


" 


4 


a 


1 


u 


3 


a 


12 


a 


3 


u 


8 


a 


13 


« 


1 


a 


? 


u 


5 


a 


2 


u 


4 


a 


8 


a 


4 


" 


8 


a 


8 


u 


4 


" 


3 


« 


4 


a 


8 


u . 


8 


a 


3 


a 


4 


a 


4 


a 


17 


u 


8 


a 


4 


a 


4 


a 


3 


a 


13 


u 


5 


a 


7 


a 


9 


a 


3 


" 


1 


« 


2 


« 


4 


u 


4 


a 


1 


a 


4 


« 


12 


it 


13 


u 



$ c. 

15,644.86 

1,487.73 

1,963.21 

197.12 

47,019.61 

2,120.14 

5,560.89 

2,906.02 

80,957.62 

977.62 

35,365.68 

15,728.92 

3,427.31 

1,307.52 

1,499.69 

457.18 
4,797.36 
8,652.10 
3,781.43 
2,714.19 

3,717.90 

28,066.59 

1,846.15 

1,723.75 

959.81 

4,441.70 

10,888.37 

2,285.20 

151,491.31 

38,711.28 

29,643.76 
96,111.68 
16,322.07 
13,778.49 
22,626.61 

625.24 

2,519.15 

46,715.99 

2,277.14 

7,609.07 

1,650.84 

1,174.16 

3,134.43 

472.49 

16,234.96 

1,952.97 
9,717.34 



Rural Power Districts* 

Alexandria R.P.D 

Arnprior R.P.D 

Belleville R.P.D 

Bowmanville R.P.D.. . 

Brighton R.P.D 

Brockville R.P.D 

Campbellford R.P.D.. 
Carleton Place R.P.D. 
Chesterville R.P.D.... 
Cobourg R.P.D 

Colborne R.P.D 

Fenelon Falls R.P.D.. 

Iroquois R.P.D 

Kemptville R.P.D. . . 
Kingston R.P.D 

Lakefield R.P.D 

Lindsay R.P.D 

Martintown R.P.D. . . 

Maxville R.P.D 

Millbrook R.P.D 

Napanee R.P.D 

Nepean R.P.D 

Newcastle R.P.D 

North Bay R.P.D 

Norwood R.P.D 



Omemee R.P.D 

Oshawa R.P.D 

Perth R.P.D 

Peterborough R.P.D. 
Powassan R.P.D 

Prescott R.P.D 

Renfrew R.P.D 

Smiths Falls R.P.D.. 

Stirling R.P.D 

Trenton R.P.D 

Warkworth R.P.D. . . 
Wellington R.P.D.. . 
Williamsburg R.P.D. 



Total 857,536.86 



3 vears 


2 


u 


4 


a 


4 


a 


3 


It 


11 


a 


4 


a 


1 


a 


11 


a 


4 


u 


4 


a 


2 


a 


3 


u 


2 


CI 


4 


" 


4 


a 


3 


u 


11 


a 


5 


a 


3 


« 


4 


u 


11 


a 


4 


a 


3 


a 


4 


U 


2 


u 


4 


a 


2 


u 


4 


a 


1 


u 


11 


a 


2 


a 


4 


u 


3 


a 


4 


a 


4 


u 


4 


it 


8 


u 







719.36 

101.48 

5,500.78 

1,344.83 

331.24 

8,283.52 

1,518.77 

3.51 

5,401.98 

6,027.27 

1,671.15 
432.47 

4,450.66 
223.56 

5,186.01 

330.21 

161.70 

3,643.36 

3,901.12 

602.03 

3,411.47 

9,777.43 

1,276.62 

449.35 

467.28 

61.90 

13,429.23 

229.07 

9,948.19 

20.40 

5,204.17 

70.56 

3,411.49 

933 . 46 

1,464.42 

65.37 

3,595.59 

621.20 



*For townships included in rural power districts see "Cost of Power" and "Rural Operating' 
statements preceding. 



933 HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 237 



EASTERN ONTARIO SYSTEM 
Reserve for Sinking Fund — October 31, 1932 

Total provision for sinking fund to October 31, 1931 $659,715 . 86 

Provided in the year ending October 31, 1932: 

By charges included in the cost of power delivered to munici- 
palities and rural power districts $109,178.26 

By charges included in the costs of distribution of power within 

rural power districts 16,015.88 

By charges against contracts with private companies which 

purchased power, and local distribution systems 46,192 .56 

Interest at 4% per annum on the amount standing at the credit 

of the account 26,434 . 30 

197,821.00 



Total $857,536. 86 



238 TWENTY-FIFTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE No. 26 



THUNDER BAY 
Operating Account for the Year 

Costs of operation as provided for under the terms of the Power Commission Act 

Costs of operation and maintenance, including the proportion of 

administrative expenses chargeable to the operation of this 

system : 

Generation and transmission equipment $202,811.67 

Rural power districts 412.59 

$203,224.26 

Interest (including exchange) on capital investment in: 

Generation and transmission equipment $1,017,361 .90 

Rural power districts 368 . 45 

1,017,730.35 

Provision for renewals of: 

Generation and transmission equipment $147,206.47 

Rural power districts 264. 72 

147,471.19 

Provision for obsolescence and contingencies in respect of: 

Rural power districts $132 . 36 

132.36 

Provision for sinking fund: 

By charges included in the cost of power delivered to munici- 
palities and rural power districts $108,863 . 08 

By charges against contracts with private companies which 

purchase power .- 28,133.27 

By charges included in the cost of distribution of power within 

rural power districts 69 . 69 

137,066.04 

Total costs of operation $1,505,624.20 

Deduct : 

Cost to the Commission (including provisions for sinking fund 
$28,133.27 and renewals $29,929.18) of power delivered to 
private companies and customers under flat rate contracts, 
in excess of the revenue received from them — which excess 
has been charged against the Contingency Reserve of the 

system $41,499 . 15 

Amount appropriated from the Contingency Reserve of the 
system and applied proportionately to each municipality in 
reduction of the costs of operation 102,000.00 

143,499.15 

$1,362,125.05 



933 HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 239 



SYSTEM 

Ending October 31, 1932 

Revenue for period 

Amount received from (or billed against) each municipality by the 

Commission $987,259.54 



Power sold to private companies 246,505 . 66 

r 
$1,235,438.17 



Amounts received from (or billed against) customers in rural power 

districts 1.672.97 



Add: 

Amounts due by certain municipalities, being the difference 
between the sums received (or billed) at interim rates and 
the amounts charged — following annual adjustment — in 
respect of power supplied in the year $127,446.02 

Amounts due by municipalities comprising certain Rural Power 
Districts, being the difference between the sums received 
from (or billed against) customers therein and the amounts 
charged to such districts — following annual adjustment — in 
respect of power supplied in the year 123 . 34 



127,569.36 
$1,363,007.53 

Deduct: 

Amounts received from the Township of Nipigon in excess of 
the sum required to be paid by it for power supplied in the 
year , $881 . 60 

Sums received from (or billed against) customers in Port Arthur 
Rural Power District in excess of the amounts charged to this 
district — following annual adjustment — in respect of power. 

supplied in the vear . 88 

. • 882.48 

Revenue $1,362,125.05 



$1,362,125.05 



240 



TWENTY-FIFTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 26 



THUNDER BAY 

Statement showing the amount chargeable (upon annual adjustment) to each 

by the Commission; the amount appropriated from the contingency reserve 

amount received by the Commission from each Municipality; 

municipality in respect of power supplied to 



Municipality 



Interim rates 
per horsepower 
collected by 
Commission 
during year 



To 

Jan. 1, 

1932 



To 

Oct. 31, 

1932 



Share of 

capital cost 

of system 

on which 

interest and 

fixed 

charges are 

payable 



Average 
horse- 
power 

supplied 
in year 

after cor- 
rection 

for power 
factor 



Share of operating 



Operating, 
main- 
tenance 

and 
adminis- 
trative 
expenses 



Interest 
(including 
exchange) 



Fort William 

Port Arthur 

Township of Nipigon 

Rural Power District 



$21.00 plus transfor- 
mation charges. . . 

$21.00 plus transfor- 
mation charges. . . 

$30.00.. . .[$35.00.. . 



Fort William R.P.D.— Neebing and Paip- 

oonge twps 

Port Arthur R.P.D. — Shuniah twp 



Totals — Municipalities 

Totals — Rural power districts . 
Totals — Companies 



Non-operating capital, 
Grand totals 



$ c. 

3,519,429.32 

11,089,652.23 
24,229.76 



1,811.96 
5,065:52 



14,633,311.31* 

6,877.48 

3,815,365.26 



18,455,554.05 
4,049.61 



18,459,603.66 



10,488.6 

33,558.4 
78.7 



5.4 
14.2 



44,125.7 

19.6 

11.736.3 



55,881.6 



$ c. 

39,948.04 

122,461.00 
243.93 



20.41 
78.04 



162,652.97 

98.45 

40,060.25 



202,811.67 



$ c. 

193,881.24 

610,464.01 
1,335.59 



100.35 
276.48 



805,680.84 

376.83 

211,304.23 



1,017,361.90 



THUNDER BAY SYSTEM— 

Statement showing the costs of distribution of power within each Rural Power 
and the amounts remaining to be credited to certain Districts or charged to 

annual adjustment) of the actual costs 





Total capi 


tal cost of each district. 




District and municipalities 
comprised therein 


Provincial Government grant 
received and applied thereagainst, 
and the balance representing the 
investment by the Commission 


Cost of 

power 

delivered 

to districts 

as shown 

in "cost of 

power" 

table 

preceding 




Total 

capital 

cost 


Govern- 
ment 
grant 


Com- 
mission's 
investment 


Fort William R. P. D — Neebing and Pai- 
poonge twps 


$ c. 

25,389.57 
16,880.12 


$ c. 

12,694.78 
8,440.06 


$ c. 

12,694.79 
8,440.06 


$ c. 
139 10 


Port Arthur R.P.D.— Shuniah twp 


408.52 


Totals 


42,269.69 


21,134.84 


21,134.85 


547 62 







1933 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



241 



SYSTEM 



T.B.—COST OF POWER 



Municipality as the Cost — under Power Commission Act — of Power supplied to it 
of the system and proportionately applied in reduction of such cost; the 
and the amount remaining to be credited or charged to each 
it in the year ending October 31, 1932 



costs and fixed charges 


Total cost 

of power 

for year 


Amount 
appropriated 

from 
contingency 
reserve 
and pro- 
portionately 
applied in 
reduction 
of such cost 


Amounts 

charged 

to each 

municipality 

in respect 

of power 

supplied 

to it in 

the year 


Amounts 
received 

from 

(or billed 

against) 

each 

municipality 

by the 
Commission 


Amounts remaining 

to be credited or 

charged to each 

municipality 


Renewals 


Sinking 
fund 




Credited 


Charged 


$ c. 

28,479.22 

88,557.58 
183.89 

14.66 


$ c. 

26,297.28 

82,339.89 
174.39 

13.54 
37.98 


% c. 

288,605.78 

903,822.48 
1,937.80 

148.96 
434.44 


$ c. 

19,144.71 

61,253.74 
143 . 65 

9.86 
25.92 


$ c. 

269,461.07 

842,568.74 
1,794.15 

139.10 
408.52 


$ c. 
245,166.86 

739,416.93 

2,675.75 

139.10 
408.52 


$ c. 
'*88i.'60 


$ c. 

24,294.21 

103,151.81 


41.94 












117,220.69 
56.60 


108,811.56 

51.52 

28,133.27 


1,194,366.06 

583 . 40 

309,426.93 


80,542.10 

35.78 

21,422.12 


1,113,823.96 

547.62 

288,004.81 


987,259.54 

547.62 

246,505.66 


881.60 


127,446.02 


29,929.18 




41,499.15* 


147,206.47 


136,996.35 


1,504,376.39 


102,000.00 


1,402,376.39 


1,234,312.82 













*Written off through Contingency Reserve. 



RURAL POWER DISTRICTS 



T.B.— RURAL OPERATING 



District, the revenues collected from (or charged to) customers within each District, 
the Municipalities comprising certain other Districts upon ascertainment (by 
in the year ending October 31, 1932 



Distribution costs and fixed charges 




Total 
cost 


Revenue 

from 
power and 

light 

customers 

in each 

district 


Amounts remaining 


Cost of 
operation, 
mainten- 
ance and 
adminis- 


Interest 
(including 
exchange) 


Renewal 
charges 


Obsoles- 
cence and 
contin- 
gencies 


Sinking 
fund 


to be credited to 
certain districts or 
charged to the 
municipalities com- 
prising certain other 
districts 


tration 


Credited Charged 


$ c. 
100.72 


$ c. 

58.90 
309.55 


$ c. 

42.32 
222.40 


$ c. 

21.16 
111.20 


$ c. 

11.14 

58.55 


$ c. 

373.34 
1,422.09 


$ c. 

250.00 
1,422.97 


$ c. 


$ c. 
123.34 


311.87 


0.88 




412.59 


368.45 


264.72 


132.36 


69.69 


1,795.43 


1,672.97 


0.88 


123.34 



242 



TWENTY-FIFTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 26 



THUNDER BAY 

Statement showing the net Credit or Charge to each Municipality in respect of power 

made and interest added during the year. Also the net amount Credited 

ending October 31, 1932, and the accumulated amount standing 



Municipality 


Date 

commenced 

operating 


Net credit or charge 
at October 31, 1931 


Cash receipts and pay- 
ments on account of 
such creditsand charges, 
also adjustments made 
during the year 




Credit 


Charge 


Credited 


Charged 


Fort William 


Oct., 1926 
Jan., 1925 
Dec, 1910 

Oct., 1932 
Jan., 1932 


$ c. 


$ c. 
10,783.50 


$ c. 
10,783.50 


$ c. 


Nipigon twp 


546.08 


546.08 


Port Arthur 


32,705.45 






Rural Power Districts* 
Fort William R.P.D 








Port Arthur R.P.D 
























546.08 


43,488.95 


10,783.50 


546.08 



*For townships included in rural power districts see "Cost of Power" and "Rural Operating" 
statements preceding. • '• 



THUNDER BAY SYSTEM 
Reserve for Renewals — October 31, 1932 

Total provision for renewals to October 31, 1931 $958,502 . 36 

Deduct: 

Expenditures to October 31, 1931 3,358 . 56 

Balance brought forward October 31, 1931 $955,143 . 80 

Added during the year ending October 31, 1932: 

Amounts charged to municipalities as part of the cost of power 

delivered to them $117,277.29 

Amounts included in the costs of distribution of power within 

rural power districts 264. 72 

Provision against equipment employed in respect of contracts 

with private companies which purchased power 29,929. 18 

Interest at 4% per annum on monthly balances at the credit of 

the account 38,205 . 75 

185,676.94 

$1,140,820.74 

Deduct: 

Expenditures during the year ending October 31, 1932 298.34 

Balance carried forward October 31, 1932 $1,140,522.40 



933 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



243 



SYSTEM 



T.B.— CREDIT OR CHARGE 



supplied to it to October 31, 1931, the cash receipts and payments thereon, adjustments 
or Charged to each Municipality in respect of power supplied in the year 
as a Credit or Charge to each Municipality at October 31, 1932 



Interest at 4% per annum 
added during the year 



Net amount credited or charged 
in respect of power supplied in 
theyearendingOctober31, 1932 



Accumulated amount standing 

as a credit or charge on 

October 31, 1932 



Credited 


Charged 


Credited 


Charged 


Credit 


Charge 


$ c. 


$ c. 
233.35 


$ c. 


$ c. 
24,294.21 


$ c. 


$ c. 
24,527.56 


10.03 


881.60 


891.63 






1,308.22 


103,151.81 
123.34 


137,165.48 








123.34 






0.88 


0.88 












10.03 


1,541.57 


882.48 


127,569.36 


892.51 


161,816.38 



THUNDER BAY SYSTEM 
Reserve for Obsolescence and Contingencies — October 31, 1932 

Balance brought forward October 31, 1931 $920,639 . 40 

Added during the year ending October 31, 1932: 

Amount included in the costs of distribution of power within 

rural power districts v . .• $132.36 

Interest at 4 % per annum on monthly balances at the credit of 

the account 36,825 . 58 

36,957.94 

$957,597.34 

Deduct: 

Cost to the Commission (including provisions for Sinking Fund 
$28,133.27 and Renewals $29,929.18) of power delivered to 
private companies under flat rate contracts in excess of the 
revenue received from them $41,499. 15 

Commission's share of American exchange paid during the year 
by the Province of Ontario on the transfer of funds to New 

York to meet capital retirements ; 102,857 . 13 

Note. — Above amount is exclusive of American exchange on 
interest coupons. 

Amount appropriated from the Contingency Reserve and applied 
proportionately to each municipality in reduction of the cost 
of delivery of power thereto 102,000.00 

246,356.28 

Balance carried forward October 31, 1932 $711,241.06 



244 



TWENTY-FIFTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 26 



THUNDER BAY SYSTEM 



SINKING FUND 



Statement showing Sinking Fund paid by each Municipality in the periods mentioned 

hereunder as part of the cost of power delivered thereto, together with 

its proportionate share of other sinking funds provided out 

of other revenues of the system, and interest 

allowed thereon to October 31, 1932 



Municipality 


Period of years ending 
October 31, 1932 


Amount 


Fort William 


6 vears 
6 " 

1 year 
1 " 


$ c 
198,429.14 


Port Arthur 


687,753.77 


Township of Nipigon 


1,144.42 


Rural Power District* 

Fort William R.P.D 

Port Arthur R.P.D 


28.12 

105.58 


Total 


887,461.03 







*For townships included in rural power districts see "Cost of Power" and "Rural Operating" 
statements preceding. 



SUDBURY DISTRICT— 

Operating Account for the 

Cost of Operation 

Cost of operating and maintaining generating plants, transmission lines and stations, 
including water rentals and the proportion of administrative expenses of the 
Commission chargeable to the operation of the properties $78,387. 34 

Engineering and other expenses in connection with arrangements for an additional 

supply of power for this district . '. 1,113 . 29 

Interest on the capital investment of the Commission in the Wahnapitae properties 157,265.71 

Provision for renewals 27,096 . 90 

$263,863.24 
Surplus — Available for contingency reserve 73,789 . 16 

$337,652.40 



SUDBURY DISTRICT— WAHNAPITAE PROPERTIES 
Reserve for Renewals — October 31, 1932 

Balance brought forward at October 31, 1931 $26,874.94 

Added during the year ending October 31, 1932 $27,096.90 

Interest at 4 per cent, per annum on monthly balances at the credit 

of the account 1,075 . 00 

28,171.90 

$55,046.84 
Deduct: 

Expenditures during the year 139 . 18 

Balance carried forward October 31, 1932 $54,907.66 



1933 HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 245 

THUNDER BAY SYSTEM 
Reserve for Sinking Fund— October 31, 1932 

Total provision for sinking fund to October 31, 1931 $721,533.64 

Provided in the year ending October 31, 1932: 

By charges included in the cost of power delivered to munici- 
palities $108,863 . 08 

By charges included in the costs of distribution of power within 

rural power districts 69 . 69 

By charges against contracts with private companies which 

purchase power 28,133.27 

Interest at 4 % per annum on amounts standing at the credit of 

the reserve account 28,861 . 35 

165,927.39 

Total $887,461 .03 



WAHNAPITAE PROPERTIES 

Year ending October 31, 1932 

Revenue for Period 

Power sold at fixed rates to private consumers and municipalities , $337,652.40- 



$337,652.40 



SUDBURY DISTRICT— WAHNAPITAE PROPERTIES 
Reserve for Obsolescence and Contingencies — October 31, 1932 

Balance brought forward at October 31, 1931 $54,392. 24 

Added during the year ending October 31, 1932 $73,789. 16 

Interest at 4 per cent, per annum on monthly balances at the credit of 

the account 2,175.69 

• 75,964.85 

Deduct: $130,357.09 

Share of exchange paid to Province in respect of capital retired in American 

funds 28,641 . 10 

Balance carried forward, October 31, 1932 $101,715.99 



246 TWENTY-FIFTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE No. 26 

ABITIBI DISTRICT— 
Operating Account for the 

Cost of Operation 

Power purchased •.•••.-. .••;•••; : $315,250.00 

Cost of operating and maintaining transmission line and metering station 38,374.40 

Interest on the capital investment of the Commission in the Abitibi line and station 132,853 . 14 



$486,477.54 



PATRICIA DISTRICT— 
Operating Account for the 

Cost of Operation 
Cost of operating and maintaining generating plant at Ear Falls, including water 
rentals and the proportion of administrative expenses chargeable to the opera- 
tion of the plant $18,698. 70 

Interest on Commission's investment in the plant 29,276. 24 

Surplus — Available for renewals reserve 2,185 . 24 

(Standard rate at \y 2 % = 7,247.72) 

$50,160.18 



ACCOUNT WITH THE PROVINCIAL TREASURER— NIAGARA AND 

June 7, 1932 Cash returned to the Province in the year ending 
Aug. 5, 1932 October 31, 1932, to cover the difference between 
Sept. 9, 1932 advances by the Province to the Commission 

and the capital expenditures made out of such 

advances by the Commission, in the year ending 

October 31, 1931 $902,314.82 

June 7, 1932 Repayment to the Province of the investment — 

according to book values — in the distribution 

systems in Bowmanville and Trenton (in the 

former Central Ontario System) upon the sale 

of these properties to the municipalities 297,050. 10 

Apr. 30, 1932 Paid on account of interest and exchange $5,666,082.82 

Oct. 31, 1932 American exchange on interest payable in New 
York funds on registered bonds of the Province 
of Ontario held by the Commission as the invest- 
ment, in part, of its reserve funds 145,030. 08 

Oct. 31, 1932 Cheque to cover balance of interest and exchange 

for year ending October 31, 1932 5,777,358.40 

11,588,471.30 

Oct. 31, 1932 Payment under debt retirement plan 2,402,944.38 

Oct. 31, 1932 Balance carried down 189,635,191.09 

$204,825,971.69 



1933 HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 247 

ABITIBI -SUDBURY LINE 
Year ending October 31, 1932 

Revenue for Period 

Power sold at fixed rate to the International Nickel Company $288,000 . 00 

Excess of costs of operation (including interest) over revenue. 198,477 . 54 

which amount is recoverable from the Province of Ontario under the terms of 
an agreement dated July 29th, 1930, approved by Order-in-Council dated 

July 31, 1930. ■■ 

$486,477.54 



(EAR FALLS GENERATING PLANT) 
Year ending October 31, 1932 

Revenue for Period 
Power sold to private consumer $50, 160 . 18 



$50,160.18 



Patricia District — Reserve for Renewals — October 31, 1932 

Balance brought forward at October 31, 1931 $5,674. 60 

Added during the year ending October 31, 1932 $2,185 . 24 

Provision for renewals on equipment transferred 73 . 20 

Interest at 4 per cent, annum on monthly balances at the credit 

of the account 226 . 98 

2,485.42 

Balance carried forward, October 31, 1932 $8,160.02 



OTHER SYSTEMS— FOR THE YEAR ENDING OCTOBER 31, 1932 

Oct. 31, 1931 Cash advances to date for the purposes of 

Niagara and other Power Systems $200,827,676.36 

Less repayments to that date under debt retire- 
ment plan 12,450,495 . 97 

$188,377,180.39 

Nov. 1, 1931] 

to \ Sundry cash advances 4,860,320 . 00 

Oct. 31, 1932] 

Oct. 31, 1932 Interest for year on all cash advances — at the 

rates listed hereunder $10,484,659.44 

Oct. 31, 1932 Commission's share of American exchange paid 
during the year by the Province of Ontario on 
the transfer of funds to New York to meet 
interest and capital retirements 1,718,358.76 

$12,203,018.20 

Less — Interest credited by Province on repay- 
ments made by Commission 614,546.90 

11,588,471.30 

$204,825,971.69 

Nov. 1, 1932 Total cash advances $204,488,631.44 

Less — Payments made under debt retirement plan 14,853,440. 35 

$189,635,191.09 



248 TWENTY-FIFTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE No. 26 



GUELPH 
Operating Account for 

Expenditure 

Transportation expense $25,403 . 63 

Maintenance — way and structures 7,938.41 

Maintenance — equipment 17,404. 29 

Electric power and motor fuel 7,282.81 

General operating and management expenses 8,565 . 97 

Proportion of administrative and accounting expenses of the Com- 
mission chargeable to the operation of the railway 2,772 . 69 

Insurance 4,011 .95 

Taxes 353.89 

$73,733.64 

Interest 13,888 . 30 

Provision for instalments payable to the city of Guelph on May 1, 
1932, and November 1, 1932, under purchase agreement: 

Interest for year $3,712 . 82 

On account of principal 7,987 . 18 

11,700.00 

Provision for sinking fund 3, 159 . 00 

$102,480.94 



GUELPH RADIAL RAILWAY 
Reserve for Renewals — October 31, 1932 

Total provision for renewals to October 31, 1931 $54,546.23 

Deduct: 

Expenditures to October 31, 1931 22,915 . 16 

Balance brought forward October 31, 1931 $31,631.07 

Added during the year ending October 31, 1932: 

Interest at 4% on the monthly balances to the credit of the account 1,247 . 18 

$32,878.25 
Deduct: 

Expenditures during the year ending October 31, 1932 1,945 . 03 

Balance carried forward October 31, 1932 $30,933. 22 



1933 HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 249 



RADIAL RAILWAY 

the Year ending October 31, 1932 

Revenue 

Operating revenue $65,595 . 53 

Net deficit for year payable by the city of Guelph 36,885 . 41 



$102,480.94 



GUELPH RADIAL RAILWAY 

Reserve for Sinking Fund— October 31, 1932 

Total provision for sinking fund to October 31, 1931 $1,579.50 

Provided in the year ending October 31, 1932 3,159.00 

Interest at 4% on the monthly balances at the credit of the account 63 . 18 

Balance carried forward October 31, 1932 : $4,801 .68 



250 TWENTY-FIFTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE No. 26 

THE HAMILTON STREET 

A Subsidiary of the Hydro-Electric 

Balance Sheet — 

Assets 

Properties, road, equipment, motor buses, franchises, etc., as shown 

in the books of the Company $4,929,742.79 

Less: Reserves for renewal — 

Of properties, road and equipment $840,772 .59 

Of motor buses (fully covered) 193,586 .94 

1,034,359.53 

$3,895,383.26 

Work in progress — Chargeable upon completion to accounts receivable and to plant 

accounts 23,950 .43 

Materials and supplies 58,658 . 64 

Cash in hands of conductors and other employees 11,300 .00 

Accounts receivable $17,193 .55 

Less: Reserve for doubtful accounts 187 .00 

17,006 55 

Taxes and insurance prepaid 6,443 . 18 

$4,012,742.06 



THE HAMILTON STREET 

A Subsidiary of the Hydro-Electric 

Statement of Revenue and Expenditure — 

Expenditure 

Transportation expenses $388,473 .41 

Maintenance — way and structures 71,902 .62 

Maintenance — equipment 135, 182 . 76 

Power and motor fuel — including power purchased 196,146.77 

General operating and management expenses 85,071 .27 

Taxes 59,647 06 

Insurance — Fire and liability 18,612 .69 

Total operating expenses $955,036 . 58 

Net profit for year, before provision for renewal of road and equipment 175,807.57 

$1,130,844.15 

Dividend paid to extent of interest payable on Commission's investment in the 

capital stock of the Railway Company $153,877 .98 

Balance carried to balance sheet 21,929 .59 

$175,807.57 



1933 HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 251 

RAILWAY COMPANY 

Power Commission of Ontario 

October 31, 1932 

Liabilities 

rjor-\t+-o] stock* 

Issued— 64,100 shares of a par value of $50 each $3,205,000.00 

Capital surplus — Created by advances to the Company by Dominion 
Power & Transmission Company, Limited, prior to 31st Decem- 
ber, 1929 488,846 .85 

$3,693,846.85 

Profit and loss account 21,929 .59 



Hydro-Electric Power Commission of Ontario — 

Cash advances 273,212 .37 

Accounts payable and accrued charges 17,953 25 

Reserve for outstanding tickets : . 5,800 00 



$4,012,742.06 



RAILWAY COMPANY 

Power Commission of Ontario 

For the Year Ending October 31, 1932 

Revenue 

Passenger $1,116,240.44 

Freight and express. . . 3,225.21 

Miscellaneous 11,378.50 

Total Revenue $1,130,844. 15 



$1,130,844.15 



Net profit for year, before provision for renewal of road and equipment $175,807.57 



$175,807.57 



252 TWENTY-FIFTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE No. 28 

APPROPRIATIONS, ADVANCES AND CAPITAL EXPENDITURES 
For the Year Ending October 31, 1932 



Appropriations made by the Legislature for the purposes of the Commission, Cash 

Advances by the Province to the Commission on account of such appropriations, 

and the Capital Expenditures made on each Undertaking and System 

by the Commission out of such Cash Advances in the Year 

Ending October 31, 1932 



NIAGARA SYSTEM 

Appropriations by Legislature: 

For power developments $2,400,000.00 

For transformer stations 1,950,000.00 

For transmission lines 2,700,000.00 

$7,050,000.00 

Cash advances to the Commission out of such appropriations $4,158,750.00 

Unexpended balance as at October 31, 1932, returnable to Province 245,780.30 

$3,912,969.70 

Capital expenditure by the Commission: 

On Queenston-Chippawa development $37,959.04 

On Chats Falls development 1,042,791 . 19 

On right-of-way 729.47 

On steel-tower lines 16,588.33 

On wood-pole lines 41,600.03 

On transformer stations 306,458 . 62 

On Eastern transmission lines 1,292,289.92 

On Eastern transformer stations 773,684.91 

On rural power districts 400,868. 19 

$3,912,969 . 70 



GEORGIAN BAY SYSTEM 

Appropriations by Legislature $790,000 . 00 



Cash advances to the Commission out of such appropriations $171,208.00 

Unexpended balance as at October 31, 1932, returnable to Province 45,627.68 



$125,580.32 



Capital expenditure by the Commission: 

On power development $2,167.47 

On transformer stations 18,671 . 67 

On rural power districts 93,265 . 93 

On local distribution systems 20,303 . 84 

$134,408.91 
On transmission lines: 

Receipts in excess of expenditures 8,828 . 59 



$125,580.32 



1933 HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 233 

EASTERN ONTARIO SYSTEM 

Appropriations by Legislature $670,000 . 00 

Cash advances to the Commission out of such appropriations $268,400.00 

Unexpended balance as at October 31, 1932, returnable to the Province 29,707 . 36 

$238,692.64 

Capital expenditure by the Commission: 

On power developments $15,002 . 74 

On transmission lines 19,546 . 93 

On transformer stations 52,919 . 09 

On rural power districts 142,634. 13 

On local distribution systems 8,589 . 75 

$238,692.64 

THUNDER BAY SYSTEM 

Appropriations by Legislature and by Treasury Board minute $127,229.00 

Cash advances to the Commission out of such appropriations and 

Treasury Board minute $84,279 . 00 

Unexpended balance as at October 3 1 , 1932, returnable to the Province 9,903 . 88 

■ $74,375.12 

Capital expenditure by the Commission: 

On power developments $49,038 .21 

On transmission lines 387 . 92 

On transformer stations . . . . I 4,546 . 50 

On rural power districts 20,402.49 

74,375.12 

NORTHERN DISTRICTS 

Appropriations by Legislature and by special warrant $489,000.00 

Cash advances to the Commission out of such appropriations and 

special warrant $81,157.00 

Expended out of the Commission's working funds 46,273.39 

$127,430.39 

Capital expenditure by the Commission: 

On power development — Sudbury district $18. 28 

On transmission lines — Sudbury district 3,006.06 

On transformer stations — Sudbury district . . • 319. 29 

On transmission lines — Abitibi district ". . 108,690.96 

On transformer stations — Abitibi district 753 . 70 

On transformer stations — Manitoulin district 108 . 35 

On rural power districts — Manitoulin district 15,011.26 

$127,907.90 
On power development — Patricia district (Ear Falls) : 

Receipts in excess of expenditures 477.51 

$127,430.39 

MISCELLANEOUS 

Appropriations by Legislature $1,510,000 . 00 

Cash advances to the Commission out of such appropriations $96,526.00 

Unexpended balance as at October 31, 1932, returnable to Province 3,025.52 

$93,500.48 

Capital expenditure by the Commission: 

On administration building $91,590. 12 

On service buildings and equipment 1,910.36 

$93,500.48 



254 



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SECTION X 



MUNICIPAL ACCOUNTS 



And Statistical Data Relating to Hydro-Electric Distribution Systems 

Operated by Individual Municipalities Served by 

The Hydro-Electric Power Commission 

The Municipal Accounts section of this report presents in summary, and 
individually, the results of the operation of the local electrical utilities in muni- 
cipalities owning their own distributing system and operating with energy 
supplied by or through the Hydro-Electric Power Commission. 

Financial statements prepared from the books of these "Hydro" utilities 
are submitted herein to show how each has operated during the past year, and 
the financial status at the present time. Other tables give much useful statistical 
information respecting average costs for the various classes of service and the 
rates in force. 

The books of account of the local electrical utilities in all municipalities 
which have contracted with the Hydro-Electric Power Commission of Ontario 
for a supply of power are kept in accordance with a uniform accounting system 
designed by the Commission. During the year 1932, the uniform accounting 
system was installed in the following municipalities as each became ready for 
the service: Bath, Bowmanville, Cobourg, Trenton, Westport. 

Periodical inspections are made of the books of all "Hydro" electrical 
utilities and local officials are assisted in the improvement of their office routine 
with a view to standardizing, as far as possible, the methods employed. In the 
majority of the smaller municipalities, much of the bookkeeping for the electrical 
utilities is performed by representatives of the Municipal Audit department of 
the Commission, in order to insure the employment of proper classifications of 
revenues and expenditures, to save time in preparation of reports, to insure 
compliance with all the requirements of the standard accounting system, and 
to make certain that the accounts represent as truly as possible the actual 
operating results for the year. 

The first financial statement in this section presents consolidated balance 
sheets for each year since 1912, and thus shows the march of progress. It 
combines the balance sheets of the local municipal utilities of all the systems. 



236 TWENTY-FIFTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE No. 26 

It is worth noting that the total plant value has increased from $10,081,469.16 
in 1913 to $89,887,049.72 in 1932, and the total assets from $11,907,826.86 to 
$132,376,063.97. The liabilities have not increased in the same proportion as 
the assets, rising from $10,468,351.79 to $52,685,316.86. The reason for this 
is that much of the cost of the increasing plant value has been financed out of 
reserves without increasing the capital liabilities of the various utilities. By 
this procedure the funds of the systems are used to best advantage. Examination 
of the results will also show that there is a steady decline in the percentage of 
net liabilities to total assets; being from 88.0 per cent in 1913 to 43.4 per cent 
in 1932. The equities in the Hydro-Electric Power Commission's systems 
automatically acquired through the inclusion of sinking funds as part of the 
cost of power are not taken into account in arriving at these percentages. 

The second financial statement presents consolidated operating reports 
for each year since "Hydro" service was inaugurated and combines the results 
from the local municipal utilities of all the systems. After providing for every 
cost of operation and fixed charges, including the standard provision for 
depreciation, the combined operating reports show a net shortage of $83,622.52 
for 1932. 

The five statements, "A" to "E," following the two consolidated reports 
show the financial status of each municipal system and the results of operations, 
and also give information respecting revenue, number of consumers and 
consumption; cost of power to municipalities; power and lighting rates charged 
to consumers, etc. In the statements "A" and "B," the municipalities are 
arranged alphabetically under each system; in statement "D" the municipalities 
are arranged in three groups — cities, towns and small municipalities; in 
statements "C" and "E" all municipalities are arranged alphabetically. 

Statement "A" shows balance sheets for each municipality with the plant 
values subdivided into the general subdivisions specified in the standard 
accounting system, and there are also shown the other items which make up 
the total assets. It is to be noted that among the assets there are items entitled 
"equity in H.E.P.C. systems." These items represent the amount of accumulated 
sinking fund paid by the various municipalities through the medium of "power 
cost" toward the ultimate retirement of the capital invested by the Hydro-Electric 
Power Commission of Ontario on behalf of the partner municipalities. The 
total accumulation to the end of 1932 is shown on the consolidated balance 
sheet to be $23,066,129.81. 

During the year rebates were made in many municipalities in respect of 
surpluses standing to the credit of municipal street lighting and waterworks 
services, and to individual consumers, of amounts varying from one-sixth to 
one-twelfth of the previous year's revenue. These rebates amounted in round 
figures to approximately $243,000.00 and affected the cash balances and surpluses 
in the current balance sheets accordingly. 

In each case the balance sheet is complete and final, including either in 
"accounts receivable," or "accounts payable," the adjustments with the Hydro- 
Electric Power Commission of the differences between the estimated and the 
actual costs of power to the municipality. 



1933 HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 257 

The liabilities of each local system are set out under their general sub- 
divisions, — debenture balance, accounts payable, bank overdraft, and other 
liabilities; this last account including local debentures issued by municipalities 
to finance ornamental street-lighting systems as local improvements. 

The reserves for depreciation, and the acquired equity in the Hydro-Electric 
Power Commission's systems, are also listed separately and totalled; and under 
the heading ' 'surplus" are included not only the free operating surplus but the 
accumulation of sinking fund applicable to debenture debt and also the amount 
of debentures already retired out of revenue. 

The "depreciation reserve" now amounts to 18.81 per cent of the total 
depreciable plant, while the "depreciation reserve" and "surplus" combined 
have already reached the sum of $54,722,308.66, approximating 60.88 per cent 
of the total plant cost. 

Statement "B" shows detailed operating reports for each municipal electri- 
cal utility. It gives annual revenues from the various classes of consumers; the 
items of expenditure which make up the total annual expenditure and the sums 
set aside for depreciation. The population served by each local utility, and 
the number of consumers of each class are also shown. 

The item "power purchased" in this statement includes the debit or credit 
balances ascertained by the annual adjustment of the cost of power supplied 
to the municipalities by the Commission. 

Of the 280 municipal electric utilities included in this statement, 174 received 
from consumers revenue sufficient to meet all . operating expenses and fixed 
charges and to yield an aggregate operating surplus of $568,220.27 for the year; 
62 were able to defray, out of revenue, all operating expenses and fixed charges 
except the full provision on account of depreciation, the revenue being insufficient 
to take care of the standard reserves in this respect provided during the year 
by $521,921.15; in the case of 44 utilities the revenue was short of meeting 
operating expenses and fixed charges other than depreciation by $60,715.64. 

Statement "C" shows the installation of street lights in each municipality 
together with the rates set by this Commission, the revenue for 1932, and the 
cost per capita in each municipality. 

Statement "D" presents statistics relating to the supply of electrical energy 
to consumers in Ontario municipalities served by the Commission. It shows 
the revenue, kilowatt-hour consumption, number of consumers, average monthly 
consumption, average monthly bill and the net average cost per kilowatt-hour 
both for domestic and for commercial light service in each municipality. For 
power service this statement shows the revenue, the number of consumers and 
the average horsepower supplied by the municipal utility.* For further reference 
to this informative statement, consult the special introduction to it on page 380. 

Statement "E" presents the cost per horsepower of the power provided for 
and delivered to the municipalities by the Commission, and the local rates to 
consumers in force in the respective municipalities, during the year 1932, for 
domestic service, for commercial light service and for power service. 

*The statistics include retail power only. Wholesale industrial power as supplied by the 
Commission direct, is reported in Section IX. 



258 



TWENTY-FIFTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 26 



CONSOLIDATED 



Year 


1913 


1914 


1915 






Number of municipalities included 


45 


69 


99 


Assets 
Lands and buildings 


$ c. 

626,707.34 

1,090,875.69 

2,690,834.74 

644,514.24 

615,546.20 

840,606.64 

900,614.80 

62,765.34 

866,551.89 

1,401,175.28 

341,277.00 


$ c. 

791,732.20 

1,476,087.84 

3,422,763.93 

807,153.53 

787,613.52 

1,172,475.11 

1,071,255.37 

270,386.55 

2,062,035.90 

420,108.33 

619,513.12 


$ c. 
873,838.18 


Substation equipment 


1,582,062.56 


Distribution system — overhead 

Distribution system — underground 


4,234,626.05 
928,420.77 
981,754.70 


Meters 


1,418,165.08 


Street lighting equipment — regular 

Street lighting equipment — ornamental . 
Miscellaneous construction expenses. . . . 
Steam or hydraulic plant 


1,309,628.49 
197,644.82 

1,701,182.66 
461,651.60 


Old plant 


1,184,372.86 






Total plant 


10,081,469.16 
450,887.97 


12,901,125.40 
422,350.12 


14,873,347.77 
284,653.96 


Bank and cash balance 


Securities and investments 




Accounts receivable 


344,487.95 
540,274.58 
431,747.27 


561,873.08 
615,226.76 
625,217.03 


602,920.69 


Inventories 


726,556.76 


Sinking fund on local debentures 

Equity in H-E.P.C. systems 


868,983.78 


Other assets 


58,959.93 


123,410.97 


326,80i.ii 






Total assets 


11,907,826.86 


15,249,203.36 


17,683,264.07 






Liabilities 
Debenture balance . . 


8,711,308.37 

1,553,711.45 

160,919.16 

42,412.81 


10,678,078.36 

1,682,150.29 

228,622.50 

113,838.66 


11,831,811.03 

2,040,038.01 

292,106.44 




Bank overdraft 


Other liabilities. . 


37,388.31 




Total liabilities 


10,468,351.79 


12,702,689.81 


14,201,343.79 




Reserves 
For equity in H-E.P.C. systems 








For depreciation . . 


478,145.88 


850,618.07 


1,337,739.73 


Other reserves 










Total reserves 


478,145.88 


850,618.07 


1,337,739.73 




Surplus 
Debentures paid 


202,751.26 
431,747.27 
326,830.66 


320,129.10 
625,217.03 
750,549.35 


394,466.22 
868,983.78 
880,730.55 


Local sinking fund 


Operating surplus 




Total surplus 


961,329.19 


1,695,895.48 


2,144,180.55 




Total liabilities, reserves and surplus . . . 


11,907,826.86 


15,249,203.36 


17,683,264.07 


Percentage of net debt to total assets. . . 


88.0 


88.3 


. 80.3 



Note.— In computing the percentage of net debt to total assets the sinking fund on local 
debentures and equity in H-E.P.C. systems are excluded from assets, and total liabilities are 
reduced by amount of local sinking fund. 



1933 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



259 



BALANCE SHEET 



1916 


1917 


1918 


1919 


1920 


128 


143 


166 


191 


195 


$ c. 

1,335,936.33 

1,934,626.12 

4,832,353.27 

1,095,709.62 

1,179,132.07 

1,711,299.49 

1,251,057.13 

306,388.95 

2,059,263.42 

864,500.01 

759,748.66 


$ c. 

1,546,241.41 

2,471,293.82 

6,090,073.42 

1,157,059.90 

1,483,839.44 

1,999,095.48 

1,237,734.69 

361,975.74 

2,184,015.84 

896,753.20 

649,852.51 


$ c 
1,859,888.69 
2,820,488.70 
6,627,237.39 
1,216,288.59 
1,772,691.35 
2,238,143.70 
1,200,625.65 

531,502.61 
2,395,096.50 

214,575.75 
1,476,413.00 


1,995,545.83 

2,915,125.56 

7,445,820.31 

1,206,296.88 

2,073,113.45 

2,587,566.32 

1,206,638.71 

546,497.68 

2,530,101.08 

986,200.57 

805,959.89 


$ c. 

2,175,568.24 

3,231,050.80 

8,579,881.49 

1,313,369.29 

2,560,581.59 

3,053,135.20 

1,269,006.98 

557,678.13 

2,697,636.12 

757,194.47 

864,298.39 


17,330,015.07 
1,061,029.90 


20,077,935.45 
340,026.50 


22,352,951.93 
391,194.91 


24,298,866.28 

462,437.23 

627,076.53 

1,921,166.69 

1,032,569.75 

1,925,455.77 

369,071.89. 

86,216.05 


27,059,400.70 

943,858.12 
341,855.88 


695,152.23 

764,504.59 

1,166,017.73 


1,285,097.33 
1,261,398.36 
1,337,578.96 


1,124,018.44 • 

972,996.96 
1,663,298.05 


2,022,538.88 

1,400,671.89 

2,244,004.34 

577,584.06 


342,215.87 


125,240.05 


444,787.63 


25,447.07 


21,358,935.39 


24,427,276.65 


26,949,247.92 


30,722,860.19 


34,615,360.94 


15,058,641.57 
969,187.75 
178,413.26 
491,874.90 


15,593,773.61 

1,537,669.11 

886,177.94 

429,104.20 


17,209,217.70 

1,007,727.79 

576,816.49 

350,013.21 


18,133,462.44 

1,420,926.66 

403,235.57 

670,271.90 


19,268,072.04 

1,840,137.54 

514,671.99 

642,293.65 


16,698,117.48 


18,446,724.86 


19,143,775.19 


20,627,896.57 


22,265,175.22 








' 373,871.89 
3,750,162.28 


577,584.06 


1,843,804.68 


2,463,723.83 


3,133,550.17 


4,788,645.03 












1,843,804.68 


2,463,723.83 


3,133,550.17 


4,124,034.17 


5,366,229.09 


549,778.59 
1,165,785.94 
1,101,448.70 


694,797.90 
1,340,615.38 
1,481,414.68 


920,076.56 
1,662,602.69 
2,089,243.31 


1,328,657.68 
1,754,020.37 
2,888,251.40 


1,440,156.52 
2,246,474.47 
3,297,325.64 


2,817,013.23 


3,516,827.96 


4,671,922.56 


5,970,929.45 


6,983,956.63 


21,358,935.39 


24,427,276.65 


26,949,247.92 


30,722,860.19 


34,615,360.94 


78.4 


75.5 


71.0 


67.9 


65.4 



260 



TWENTY-FIFTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 26 



CONSOLIDATED 



Year. 


1921 


1922 


1923 






Number of municipalities included 


215 


226 


235 


Assets 
Lands and buildings ' 


$ c 

3,230,985.63 

5,403,689.90 

8,397,361.48 

1,401,135.97 

3,077,649.83 

3,552,076.79 

1,335,997.13 

610,586.70 

3,030,134.16 

704,848.46 

912,388.55 


$ c. 
3,334,522.68 
5,046,857.98 
11,165,330.24 
1,598,053.02 
3,618,684.73 
4,033,689.52 
1,419,016.05 

666,084.50 
3,261,495.74 

565,158.54 
7,997,947.87 


$ c. 
4,488,054.93 


Substation equipment 


6,015,919.75 


Distribution system — overhead 

Distribution system — underground 


13,135,581.76 
1,959,120.41 
4,211,655.89 


Meters 


4,548,933.73 


Street lighting equipment — regular 

Street lighting equipment — ornamental . 
Miscellaneous construction expenses. . . . 
Steam or hydraulic plant 


1,061,473.85 
708,431.22 

3,681,274.88 
566,619.86 


Old plant 


8,051,496.28 






Total plant 


31,656,854.60 

900,842.34 

477,678.69 

2,155,788.62 

1,504,596.28 

2,541,718.35 

795,570.51 

78,929-. 84 


42,706,840.87 

1,164,336.24 
443,938.18 
3,874,317.14 
1,738,795.96 
3,416,231.45 
1,543,434.12 
238,940.13 


48,428,562.56 


Bank and cash balance 


1,276,140.06 


Securities and investments 


1,153,424.47 


Accounts receivable ; 


3,198,769.34 


Inventories 


1,819,711.62 


Sinking fund on local debentures 

Equity in H-E.P.C. systems 


3,896,261.28 
2,929,603.94 


Other assets 


190,071.63 






Total assets 


40,111,979.23 


55,126,834.09 


62,892,544.90 






Liabilities 
Debenture balance 


21,619,220.99 

1,887,567.93 

989,099.98 

938,368.84 


30,454,186.12 

3,699,292.52 

456,706.69 

586,203.02 


33,056,501.29 


Accounts payable 


3,708,781.76 


Bank overdraft 


680,714.59 


Other liabilities 


1,517,828.47 






Total liabilities 


25,434,257.74 


35,196,388.35 


38,963,826.11 






Reserves 

For equity in H-E.P.C. systems 

For depreciation 


800,249.05 " 
5,491,858.93 


1,543,434.12 
6,512,813.92 


2,929,603.94 
7,328,858.69 


Other reserves 












Total reserves 


6,292,107.98 


8,056,248.04 


10.258,462.63 






Surplus 
Debentures paid 


1,860,079.53 
2,541,718.35 
3,983,815.63 


3,104,591.15 
3,416,231.45 
5,353,375.10 


2,852,038.38 


Local sinking fund 


3,896,261.28 


Operating surplus 


6,921,956.50 






Total surplus 


8,385,613.51 


11,874,197.70 


13,670,256.16 






Total liabilities, reserves and surplus . . . 


40,111,979.23 


55,126,834.09 


62,892,544.90 


Percentage of net debt to total assets. . . 


64.7 


63.3 


62.6 



1933 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



261 



BALANCE SHEET— Continued 



1924 


1925 


1926 


1927 


1928 


1929 


248 


247 


251 


252 


256 


260 


$ c. 
4,561,648.92 
6,800,238.00 
14,182,190.33 
2,873,446.13 
4,456,669.02 
5,149,629.71 
1,134,491.77 
728,298.08 
4,168,262.21 
4,196,803.45 
5,587,420.31 


$ c 
5,768,855.99 
8,543,166.55 
16,837,535.57 
3,388,837.09 
5,079,754.23 
5,533,483.92 
1,256,916.53 

893,186.48 
4,485,110.96 

568,912.49 
4,549,142.46 


$ c. 
6,111,162.54 
9,505,501.77 
18,654,240.54 
3,689,569.95 
5,538,605.24 
5,963,162.51 
1,309,608.30 
1,103,660.23 
3,456,777.71 
628,909.57 
4,655,422.59 


6,486,426.89 

15,088,905.14 

16,689,462.41 

3,278,382.58 

5,985,521.37 

6,346,660.59 

1,399,314.06 

1,184,035.82 

3,360,671.09 

607,320.00 

5,095,555.90 


$ c 

7,024,646.76 

16,866,186.21 

17,688,050.68 

3,559,288.16 

6,549,674.64 

6,839,802.90 

1,486,646.24 

1,203,706.65 

3,394,626.92 

619,880.93 

5,032,089.26 


$ c 

7,469,451.46 

18,102,792.13 

18,108,016.82 

4,823,369.60 

7,312,742.17 

7,405,478.91 

1,594,183.25 

1,458,349.64 

3,483,487.78 

489,097.57 

5,093,378.75 


53,839,097.93 

1,748,912.34 
1,329,622.58 
3,898,751.89 
1,745,628.16 
4,520,723.06 
5,420,567.58 
250,292.77 


56,904,902.27 

1,700,145.30 
1,095,662.92 
3,417,558.86 
1,711,504.13 
5,202,451.70 
7,551,588.70 
137,280.05 


60,616,620.95 

2,136,290.79 
1,400,316.43 
3,508,817.87 
1,397,667.83 
5,599,675.01 
8,046,868.53 
33,151.81 


65,522,255.85 

3,014,832.48 
1,696,237.66 
3,715,770.72 
1,412,729.41 
6,398,909.77 
10,143,205.66 
31,942.45 


70,264,599.35 

1,342,367.07 
1,837,140.51 
4,097,446.13 
1,220,186.10 
7,071,273.69 
12,326,097.56 
153,275.04 


75,340,348.08 

858,733.68 
2,001,088.81 
4,683,201.97 
1,365,033.58 
7,753,613.88 
14,754,865.40 

152,260.86 


72,753,596.31 


77,721,093.93 


82,739,409.22 


91,935,884.00 


98,312,385.45 


106,909,146.26 


38,005,162.50 

3,117,224.08 

162,100.71 

1,780,564.27 


37,919,225.01 

3,139,067.92 

226,147.82 

1,075,914.83 


39,602,533.48 

3,118,684.78 

163,725.53 

1,087,795.08 


42,891,361.57 

2,988,621.90 

252,362.52 

1,154,810.24 


42,597,175.78 

3,074,634.25 

253,143.81 

1,258,610.23 


42,930,127.74 

3,132,145.03 

412,056.69 

1,621,378.17 


43,065,051.56 


42,360,355.58 


43,972,738.87 


47,287,156.23 


47,183,564.07 


48,095,707.63 


5,420,567.58 
8,097,834.68 


7,551,588.70 
8,699,437.68 
1,157,147.20 


8,046,868.53 

9,360,322.27 

947,970.23 


10,143,205.66 

10,319,889.05 

1,002,916.69 


12,326,097.56 

11,140,795.68 

1,117,257.63 


14,754,865.40 
11,911,154.49 

1,437,371.26 






13,518,402.26 


17,408,173.58 


18,355,161.03 


21,466,011.40 


24,584,150.87 


28,103,391.15 


3,530,610.35 
4,520,723.06 
8,118,809.08 


4,440,138.34 
5,202,451.70 
8,309,974.73 


5,493,879.83 
5,599,675.01 
9,317,954.48 


6,648,767.38 

6,398,909.77 

10,135,039.22 


7,928,907.61 

7,071,273.69 

11,544,489.21 


9,194,253.59 

7,962,121.20 

13,553,672.69 


16,170,142.49 


17,952,564.77 


20,411,509.32 


23,182,716.37 


26,544,670.51 


30,710,047.48 


72,753,596.31 


77,721,093.93 


82,739,409.22 


91,935,884.00 


98,312,385.45 


106,909,146.26 


61.4 


57.2 


55.5 


54.2 


50.8 


47.8 



262 



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No. 26 



CONSOLIDATED BALANCE SHEET— Concluded 



Year 


1930 • 


1931 


1932 






Number of municipalities included 


267 


275 


280 


Assets 
Lands and buildings 


$ c. 

7,936,974.31 

19,485,056.28 

19,220,326.48 

4,932,189.05 

7,953,090.23 

7,840,948.07 

1,780,785.67 

1,520,891.01 

3,996,747.77 

139,587.28 

5,322,690.14 


$ c. 

8,407,664.48 

21,013,956.74 

19,918,355.76 

5,361,627.24 

8,649,875.07 

8,106.202.88 

2,205,613.18 

1,456,742.91 

3,827,132.05 

458,374.05 

7,146,437.96 


$ c. 
9,503,743.78 


Substation equipment 

Distribution system — overhead 

Distribution system — underground 


22,288,781.68 

20,866,767.32 

5,820,056.75 

9,392,662.62 


Meters 


8,403,251.67 


Street lighting equipment — regular 

Street lighting equipment — ornamental . 
Miscellaneous construction expenses. . . . 

Steam or hydraulic plant 

Old plant 


2,257,618.20 
1,545,354.93 
4,120,926.11 
498,231.69 
4,989,654.97 


Other plants not distributed 


200,000.00 










Total plant 


80,129,286.29 

2,722,250.12 

1,909,439.11 

• 4,481,006.92 

1,242,994.51 

8,396,255.47 

17,346,372". 44 

173,030.05 


86,551,982.32 

2,738,319.67 
1,999,846.42 
3,957,972.78 
1,276,531.01 
8,735,050.84 
20,103,275.76 
174,879.28 


89,887,049.72 


Bank and cash balance 


3,185,442.00 


Securities and investments 


2,059,325.10 


Accounts receivable 


3,683,059.42 


Inventories 


1,232,209.52 


Sinking fund on local debentures 

Equity in H-E.P.C. systems 


9,099,210.61 
23,066,129.81 


Other assets 


163,637.79 






Total assets 


116,400,634.91 


125,537,858.08 


132,376,063.97 






Liabilities 
Debenture balance 


45,091,808.06 

3,001,186.21 

405,663.14 

1,642,771.59 


44,594,400.03 

5,382,306.13 

312,575.54 

1,909,986.13 


45,133,305.97 


Accounts payable 


3,512,724.58 


Bank overdraft 


298,910.20 


Other liabilities 


3,740,376.11 






Total liabilities 


50,141,429.00 


52,199,267.83 


52,685,316.86 






Reserves 

For equity in H-E.P.C. systems 

For depreciation 


17,346,372.44 

12,885,387.51 

1,574,655.74 


20,103,275.76 

13,748,049.68 

1,693,129.83 


23,066,129.81 
14,902,177.02 


Other reserves 


1,902,308.64 






Total reserves 


31,806,415.69 


35,544,455 27 


39,870,615.47 






Surplus 
Debentures paid 


10,728,279.15 

8,396,255.47 

15,328,255.60 


13,150,040.37 

8,735,050.84 

15,909,043.77 


15,244,778.28 


Local sinking fund 


9,099,210.61 


Operating surplus 


15,476,142.75 






Total surplus 


34 452,790.22 


37,794,134.98 


39,820,131.64 






Total liabilities, reserves and surplus. . . 


116,400,634.91 


125,537,858.08 


132,376,063.97 


Percentage of net debt to total assets. . . 


46.0 


44.1 


43.4 



Note. — In computing the percentage of net debt to total assets the sinking fund on local 
debentures and equity in H-E.P.C. systems are excluded from assets, and total liabilities are 
reduced by the amount of local sinking fund. 



1933 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



263 



CONSOLIDATED OPERATING REPORT 



Year 



1912 



1913 



1914 



1915 



Mumber of municipalities included 



28 



45 



69 



99 



Earnings 

Domestic service 

Commercial light service . . 
Commercial power service . 

Municipal power 

Street lighting 

Rural service 

Miscellaneous 



$ c 
572,154.38 
525,438.16 
905,378.17 



$ c. 

789,130.81 

673,803.92 

1,214,829.31 



$ c. 

944,271.08 

720,209.26 

1,501,797.78 



560,925.56 



698,409.71 



53,543.24 



57,482.41 



835,970.87 
"68,046 '.29 



Total earnings. 



1,617,674.00 



2,617,439.51 



3,433,656.16 



4,070,295.28 



and 



Expenses 

Power purchased 

Substation operation 

Substation maintenance 

Distribution system, operation 

maintenance 

.Line transformer maintenance 

Meter maintenance 

Consumers' premises expenses 

Street lighting, operation and main- 
tenance 

Promotion of business 

Billing and collecting 

General office, salaries and expenses 

Undistributed expense 

Interest 

Sinking fund and principal payments on 
debentures 



789 
78 
18 

104 

8 

5, 

53, 

84, 

72, 
77; 

154, 
65, 

528, 



632.87 
394.81 
698.46 

114.51 
547.61 
222.19 
108.38 

903.76 
303.51 
351.76 
932.69 
423.64 
549.21 



1,045,752.65 
97,658.90 
31,790.99 

130,998.65 

11,764.32 

9,536.07 

65,192.23 

113,047.80 
86,683.02 

103,560.71 

230,899.75 
89,350.91 

662,092.34 



1,484,666.00 

107,607.31 

25,935.56 

154,409.71 
11,508.92 
12,899.14 
47,494.26 

136,983.38 
74,402.55 
131,541.27 
236,777.86 
129,209.15 
817,978.89 



Total expenses 



1,377,168.00 



2,041,183.40 



2,678,328.34 



3,371,414.00 



Surplus 

Depreciation charge 



240,506.00 
124,992.47 



576,256.11 
262,675.24 



755,327.82 
357,883.31 



698,881.28 
414,506.99 



Surplus less depreciation 



115,513.53 



313,580.87 



397,444.51 



284,374.29 



*Debenture payments included in "Interest." 



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No. 26 



CONSOLIDATED 



Year 


1916 ' 


1917 


1918 






Number of municipalities included 


128 


143 


166 


Earnings 
Domestic service 


$ c. 

1,172,878.96. 

812,130.78 

1,921,152.31 


$ c. 

1,417,460.31 

899,023.72 

2,665,280.65 


$ c. 

1,632,272.12 

968,399.42 

3,417,248.37 


Commercial light service 


Commercial power service 


Municipal power 






930,057.48 


967,495.10 


902,875.55 


Rural service 




Miscellaneous 


147,381.50 


120,805.39 


161,243.70 


Total earnings 


4,983,601.03 


6,070,065.17 


7,082,039.16 




Expenses 
Power purchased 


1,959,446.83 

153,761.08 

46,131.53 

154,247.17 
•14,528.17 
24,218.48 
52,602 ..01 

145,471.50 
79,324.85 

154,508.58 

306,709.35 
97,333.97 

951,781.99 

* 


2,573,879.37 

203,091.20 

42,129.04 

169,326.24 
25,328.95 
44,461.55 
61,765.14 

157,857.73 
73,516.37 
188,083.84 
349,932.05 
102,938.80 
1,085,180.80 

* 


2,807,769.33 


Substation operation 


238,257.34 


Substation maintenance 


60,805.92 


Distribution system, operation and 
maintenance 


223,347.81 


Line transformer maintenance 


30,488.83 


Meter maintenance 


63,155.56 


Consumers' premises expenses 


65,149.59 


Street lighting, operation and main- 
tenance 


196,157.18 


Promotion of business 


64,962.78 


Billing and collecting 


208,660.76 


General office, salaries and expenses .... 
Undistributed expense 


421,680.15 
117,474.07 


Interest 


1,238,425.53 


Sinking fund and principal payments on 
debentures 


* 






Total expenses 


4,140,065.51 


5,077,491.08 


5,736,334.85 






Surplus. 


843,535.52 
486,141.80 


992,574.09 
607,296.29 


1,345,704.31 


Depreciation charge 


718,162.30 






Surplus less depreciation 


357,393.72 


385,277.80 


627,542.01 







*Debenture payments included in "Interest." 



933 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



265 



OPERATING REPORT— Continued 



1919 


1920 


1921 


1922 


1923 


1924 


181 


186 


205 


214 


224 


241 


$ c. 
1,991,632.31 
1,175,143.56 
3,443,107.13 


$ c. 

2,546,345.30 

1,512,854.63 

3,752,188.22 

532,279.09 

1,005,535.11 

168,919.95 

189,778.63 


$ c. 

3,149,080.03 

1,851,501.76 

3,895,437.46 

654,531.01 

1,060,357.77 

145,566.57 

225,467.70 


$ c. 

3,786,608.23 

2,158,306.34 

4,383,912.97 

973,263.38 

1,160,446.81 

105,877.09 

187,689.39 


$ c. 
5,166,452.24 
3,260,772.50 
5,927,666.37 
1,161,598.60 
1,269,604.48 
116,639.06 
316,311.21 


$ c. 
5,993,231.07 
3,566,227.22 
6,222,865.88 
1,352,966.47 


988,900.95 


1,356,668.97 
75,100.24 


228,270.65 


231,663.58 


7,827,054.60 


9,707,900.93 


10,981,942.30 


12,756,104.21 


17,219,044.46 


18,798,723.43 


3,284,490.68 

217,638.89 

81,853.63 

286,310.76 
42,509.12 
78,726.64 
84,301.24 

215,963.86 

74,789.22 

236,504.75 

452,131.22 

190,690.09 

1,285,571.51 

* 


4,216,667.87 
285,407.35 
102,050.81 

344,551.57 

46,323.09 

123,701.18 

116,283.52 

236,930.79 

78,294.85 

295,942.88 

559,695.29 

256,400.33 

1,431,807.16 

* 


4,876,650.31 
314,838.35 
104,798.01 

487,918.33 

65,088.46 

116,722.97 

134,854.92 

297,481.52 
101,804.46 
321,685.71 
656,268.11 
308,874.42 
998,611.47 

532,183.96 


6,636,853.37 
315,443.70 
100,763.67 

519,252.16 

52,932.26 

107,806.88 

•143,388.88 

297,363.86 
129,932.63 
338,153.50 
605,852.50 
385,895.03 
1,074,657.44 

635,469.90 


8,699,026.67 
474,442.13 
133,815.53 

636,477.41 

75,920.10 

139,104.81 

218,682.02 

299,579.08 
184,371.00 
444,306.92 
937,463.47 
359,206.91 
1,615,205.16 

990,907.14 


9,669,789.40 
430,056.09 
202,050.04 

648,700.62 

82,936.50 

141,231.23 

237,316.20 

269,973.30 
202,060.74 
490,273.30 
889,907.66 
494,078.50 
1,779,991.26 

1,122,798.87 


6,531,481.61 


8,094,056.69 


9,317,781.00 


11,343,765.78 


15,208,508.35 


16,661,163.71 


1,295,572.99 
814,219.37 


1,613,844.24 
90-2,028.75 


1,664,161.30 
1,044,434.85 


1,412,338.43 
715,814.24 


2,010,536.11 
916,782.75 


2,137,559.72 
973,649.62 


481,353.62 


711,815.49 


619,726.45 


696,524.19 


1,093,753.36 


1,163,910.10 



266 



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No. 26 



CONSOLIDATED 



Year 


1925 


1926 


1927 






Number of municipalities included 


242 


248 


251 


Earnings 

Domestic service 

Commercial light service 


$ c. 
6,439,159.86 
3,866,292.79 
6,568,854.77 
1,923,093.09 
1,415,382.22 
37,975.18 
286,451.08 


$ c. 
7,372,602.62 
4,187,899.19 
6,789,217.54 
1,922,512.34 
1,457,686.21 
37,810.73 
471,134.15 


$ c. 
8,189,866.89 
4,626,815.51 


Commercial power service 


7,342,173.20 


Municipal power 


1,913,502.88 




1,489,242.37 


Rural service 


13,765.72 


Miscellaneous 


581,913.04 






Total earnings 


20,537,208.99 


22,238,862.78 


24,157,279.61 






Expenses 
Power purchased 


11,063,123.34 
417,921.71 
207,497.63 

686,344.54 

75,473.28 

156,909.55 

' 252,808.47 

275,316.60 
217,102.24 
521,134.01 
891,640.29 
520,584.58 


12,185,669.10 
450,416.84 
286,520.37 

795,514.70 

74,876.11 

189,603.70 

275,020.62 

295,869.37 
234,696.74 
557,271.54 
786,742.60 
460,288.30 


13,505,583.77 


Substation operation 


430,211.76 


Substation maintenance 


275,148.86 


Distribution system, operation and 
maintenance 


758,747.10 


Line transformer maintenance 


94,706.38 


Meter maintenance .. 


214,813.87 


Consumers' premises expenses 


285,352.68 


Street lighting, operation and main- 
tenance 


318,395.79 


Promotion of business 


220,687 60 


Billing and collecting 


605,627.58 


General office, salaries and expenses .... 
Undistributed expense 


824,868.90 
531,003.80 


Truck operation and maintenance 




I nterest 


1,889,810.95 
1,294,027.29 


1,985,233.73 
1,347,511.92 


2,063,698.00 


Sinking fund and principal payments on 
debentures 


1,505,626.31 






Total expenses 


18,469,694.48 


19,925,235.64 


21,634,472 40 






Surplus 


2,067,514.51 
1,068,880.42 


2,313,627.14 
1,146,273.05 


2,522,807 21 


Depreciation charge 


1,249,711 65 






Surplus less depreciation 


998,634.09 


1,167,354.09 


1,273,095.56 







1933 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



267 



OPERATING REPORT— Concluded 



1928 


1929 


1930 


1931 


1932 


255 


259 


267 


275 


280 


$ c 
8,925,050.56 
5,182,723.32 
8,298,669.44 
1,921,300.97 
1,534,476.98 
48,451.90* 
465,791.92 


9,873,681.57 
5,697,766.06 
9,376,158.74 
2,086,444.24 
1,598,262.43 
51,590.54* 
522,780.95 


$ c. 

10,542,903.89 

5,961,383.23 

9,340,653.28 

2,111,482.38 

1,674,528.03 

28,954.60* 

581,914.78 


$ c. 

10,972,952 10 

6,230,475.89 

9,456,224.97 

1,967,118.54 

1,746,855.24 

29,446.38* 

511,139.80 


$ c. 

11,447,307.85 

6,243,794.01 

9,356,693.88 

1,859,585.35 

1,783,972.46 

11,069.27* 

513,787.30 


26,376,465.09 


29,206,684.53 


30,241,820.19 


30,914,212.92 


31,216,210.12 


14,688,570.08 
420,512.48 
247,647.88 

736,159.85 

88,676.18 

218,530.96 

291,333.03 

329,597.16 
249,842.01 
638,797.02 
844,578.55 
542,755.34 


16,379,162.88 
461,270.27 
274,275.56 

907,817.04 

93,608.14 

242,126.27 

314,495.03 

359,373.40 
250,844.28 
695,729.42 
904,025.64 
502,206.06 
110,630.62 
2,152,695.49 

1,687,201.64 


17,323,077.97 
479,502.48 
320,716.48 

991,972.86 

96,746.35 

278,379.43 

317,902.45 

372,211.17 
- 249,070.05 
745,159.02 
907,226.89 
523,862.96 
112,029.82 
2,220,214.45 

1,828,061.62 


18,085,166.51 
487,484.17 
303,536.11 

1,015,256.14 

93,463.24 

284,633.88 

363,078.47 

368,119.49 
255,956.03 
792,983.99 
923,676.84 
520,893.10 
107,918.93 
2,328,094.32 

2,061,718.79 


19,109,036.25 
503,351.82 
300,186.15 

969,750.61 

95,485.55 

300,104.85 

368,208.73 

360,709.76 
266,760.84 
818,721.33 
960,558.88 
436,692.96 
112,059.90 


2,111,049.49 
1,601,711.32 


2,532,940.93 
2,244,367.86 


23,009,761.35 


25,335,461.74 


26,766,134.00 


27,991,980.01 


29,378,936.42 


3,366,703.74 
1,350,252.16 


.3,871,222.79 
1,469,846.83 


3,475,686.19 
1,574,991.68 


2,922,232.91 
1,775,330.69 


1,837,273.70 
1,920,896.22 


2,016,451.58 


2,401,375.96 


1,900,694.51 


1,146,902.22 


83,622.52 
(loss) 



♦Profits from the sale of merchandise. Rural service now given in "Rural Power Districts." 
Consult Section IX. 



268 



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No. 26 



STATEMENT 
Balance Sheets of Electrical Departments of 



NIAGARA 
SYSTEM 



Municipality 


Acton 
1,930 


Agincourt 
P.V. 


Ailsa 

Craig 

498 


Alvinston 
677 


Amherst- 


Population 


burg 
3,112 






Assets 

Lands and buildings 


$ c. 

1,545.45 

1,847.39 

23,077.63 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 
133.56 


$ c. 


Substation equipment 






932 00 


Distribution system — overhead . . . 
Distribution system — underground 


8,481.56 


8,169.69 


14,008.12 


31,745.82 


Line transformers 


11,260.66 

10,353.57 

1,862.15 


3,678.83 

2,416.09 

755.30 


1,946.95 

2,571.67 

404.09 


3,024.48 
2,972.37 
1,090.62 


15,548.45 


Meters 


15,276.72 

812.44 

5,598.72 


Street light equipment, regular 

Street light equipment, ornamental 
Miscellaneous construction expense 
Steam or hydraulic plant 


2,467.85 




492.36 


791.52 


1,686.45 






Old plant 


3,481.50 






773.85 




Other plants not distributed 




















Total plant. . 


55,89/3.20 

3,989.50 

1,500.00 

426.91 

671.64 


15,331.78 

2,454.10 
1,000.00 

472.70 


13,584.76 

1,398.87 
5,000.00 
1,385.37 


22,794.52 

794.55 

2,000.00 

289.29 


71,600.60 
10,616.19 


Bank and cash balance 


Securities and investments 

Accounts receivable 

Inventories 


1,898.30 
5,450.58 


Sinking fund on local debentures. . 










Equity in H-E.P.C. systems 

Other assets 


30,489.17 


4,431.65 


8,769.61 


8,603.59 


24,324.08 
3,410 25 














Total assets 


92,973.42 


23,690.23 


30,138.61 


34,481.95 
2,935.91 


117,300.00 


Deficit 












Total 


92,973.42 


23,690.23 


30,138.61 


37,417.86 


117,300.00 






Liabilities 

Debenture balance 


649.58 
20.80 


4,000.13 

45.04 




13,498.76 
981.42 


26,481.06 


Accounts payable 


417.20 


2,155.33 


Bank overdraft 




Other liabilities 


418.39 




60.00 




7,319 27 










Total liabilities 


1,088.77 


4,045.17 


477.20 


14,480.18 


35,955 66 






Reserves 
For equity in H-E.P.C. systems. . . 
For depreciation 


30,489.17 
8,766.35 


4,431.65 
1,195.09 


8,769.61 
4,723.27 


8,603.59 
4,303.61 


24,324.08 
13,364.69 


Other reserves 
















Total reserves 


39,255.52 


5,626.74 


13,492.88 


12,907.20 


37,688.77 




Surplus 

Debentures paid 


13,850.42 


4,072.52 




10,030.48 


5,572.54 


Local sinking fund 


Operating surplus 


38,778.71 


9,945.80 


9,285.15 




38,083.03 








Total surplus 


52,629.13 


14,018.32 


16,168.53 


10,030.48 


43,655.57 




Total liabilities, reserves and surplus 


92,973.42 


23,690.23 


30,138.61 


37,417.86 


117,300.00 


Percentage of net debt to total assets 


1.0 


21.0 


2.2 


55.9 


32.6 



1933 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



269 



Hydro Municipalities as at December 31, 1932 



Ancaster 
Twp. 


Arkona 
397 


Aylmer 
1,998 


Ayr 
806 


Baden 
P.V. 


Beachville 
P.V. 


Belle 
River 

734 


Blenheim 
1,613 


$ c 


$ c 


$ c 
9,019.23 


$ c 
125.00 


$ c 
660.64 


$ c 
176.13 


$ c 


$ c. 








909 . 64 


15,541.14 


9,431.42 


20,344.47 


12,354.19 


7,377.08 


14,440.79 


14,815.14 


25,769.46 


10,006.29 
4,202.68 
1,269.78 


1,976.44 

1,680.67 

671.60 


10,356.91 
9,449.72 
1,543.38 


3,850.56 

3,554.33 

628.42 


4,048.22 

2,841.20 

447.45 


3,550.21 

3,085.10 

410.35 


3,651.15 

3,479.53 

924.29 


8,091.14 

10,050.01 

3,262.40 

1,482.97 


294.93 


228.84 


1,144.82 


941.79 




602.04 


962.78 


1,248.26 










1,030.30 


6,719.17 


4,002.53 




































31,314.82 


15,019.27 


58,577.70 

5,332.06 

12,000.00 

2,532.70 

54.61 


25,456.82 
252.44 


15,374.59 
2,429.15 


22,264.62 

2,321.60 
7,000.00 
1,475.88 


23,832.89 

3,816.48 
3,000.00 
1,974.58 


50,813.88 
1,789.45 








1,688.13 


215.32 


947.29 


656.77 


403 . 19 
















7,212.25 


2,479.38 
146.68 


20,336.07 


7,296.42 
517.29 


17,660.88 


21,529.77 


4,555.41 
19.29 


19,103.52 












40,215.20 


17,860.65 
1,642.64 


98,833.14 


34,470.26 


36,121.39 


54,591.87 


37,198.65 


72,110.04 

















40,215.20 


19,503.29 


98,833.14 


34,470.26 


36,121.39 


54,591.87 


37,198.65 


72,110.04 


8,212.58 
774.91 


10,299.30. 

2,727.45 
49.37 


21,489.20 
184.26 


7,298.12 
658.26 


2,311.87 


2,509.81 
3,876 : 32 


5,844.73 


9,004.07 
496.16 


1,263.44 
149 . 70 








80.00 


5.00 






30.00 


1,712.97 












10,400.63 


13,076.12 


21,753.46 


7,961.38 


2,311.87 


6,386.13 


5,874.73 


11,213.20 


7,212.25 
5,480.26 


2,479.38 
1,134.26 


20,336.07 
10,179.14 


7,296.42 
3,161.68 


17,660.88 
1,531.19 


21,529.77 
4,157.88 


4,555.41 
4,050.02 
5,000.00 


19,103.52 
10,735.67 
















12,692.51 


3,613.64 


30,515.21 


10,458.10 


19,192.07 


25,687.65 


13,605.43 


29,839.19 


2,577 00 


2,813.53 


17,212.72 


10,205.26 


2,688.13 


2,843.19 


2,655.27 


4,995.93 


14,545.06 




29,351.75 


5,845.52 


11,929.32 


19,674.90 


15,063.22 


26,061.72 








17,122.06 


2,813.53 


46,564.47 


16,050.78 


14,617.45 


22,518.09 


17,718.49 


31,057.65 


40,215.20 


19,503.29 


98,833.14 


34,470.26 


36,121.39 


54,591.87 


37,198.65 


72,110.04 


31.5 


85.0 


27.7 


29.3 


12.5 


19 


18.0 


18.9 



270 



TWENTY-FIFTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 26 



STATEMENT 
Balance Sheets of Electrical Departments of 



NIAGARA 
SYSTEM— Continued 



Municipality 

Population 


Blyth 
610 


Bolton 

582 


Bothwell 
653 


Brampton 
5,012 


Brantford 
30,153 






Assets 

Lands and buildings 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 

5,081.32 

24,742.53 

49,247.36 


$ c. 
88,256.71 


Substation equipment 








164,61145 


Distribution system — overhead . . . 
Distribution system— underground 
Line transformers 


11,192.95 


9,931.57 


6,00941 


240,516.38 
6,000.00 


2,441.35 
1,945.31 
1,284.19 


4,296.34 

2,926.32 

817.19 


2,575.37 
2,794.96 

203.51 
4,431.19 

515.26 


26,186.18 

25,565.03 

2,645.94 


111,620.73 


Meters 

Street light equipment, regular 

Street light equipment, ornamental 
Miscellaneous construction expense 
Steam or hydraulic plant 


114,553 44 
24,127.20 
37,500.00 


289.31 


1,043.38 


18,377.87 


32,319.27 


Old plant 


2,332.68 


1,554.60 








Other plants not distributed 






200,000.00 














Total plant 


19,485.. 79 
160.03 


20,569.40 

87.28 


16,529.70 

3,137.51 

11,000.00 

120.97 


151,846.23 

2,830.18 

5,990.65 

4,955.36 

168.87 


1,019,505.18 


Bank and cash balance 




Securities and investments 




Accounts receivable 


957.89 


749.20 
26.20 


58,129.61 


Inventories 


12,841.98 


Sinking fund on local debentures. . 






191,046.88 


Equity in H-E.P.C. systems 

Other assets 


4,300.59 
23.30 


9,735.02 
27.31 


10,281.55 


83,343.96 


422,457.46 
11,981.31 










Total assets 


24,927.60 


31,194.41 


41,069.73 


249,135.25 


1,715,96242 


Deficit 
















Total 


24,927.60 


31,19441 


41,069.73 


249,135.25 


1,715,96242 






Liabilities 

Debenture balance 


9,992.92 
155.72 


6,549.80 
107.50 


3,215.68 
1,758.82 


15,850.87 
4,253.26 


♦571,750.00 


Accounts payable 


9,731.18 


Bank overdraft 


9,357.20 


Other liabilities 


35.00 




15.00 




50,914.56 










Total liabilities . . 


10,183.64 


6,657.30 


4,989.50 


20,104.13 


641,752.94 






Reserves 

For equity in H-E.P.C. systems. . . 
For depreciation 


4,300.59 
2,363.50 


9,735.02 
4,590.95 


10,281.55 
5,267.57 


83,343.96 
39,341.19 


422,45746 
197,310 44 


Other reserves 


1,000.00 














Total reserves 


6,664.09 


14,325.97 


15,549.12 


122,685.15 


620,767.90 






Surplus 

Debentures paid 


6,276.11 


5,950.20 


2,318.51 


53,199.77 


158,250.00 


Local sinking fund 


191,046.88 


Operating surplus 


1,803.76 


4,260.94 


18,212.60 


53,146.20 


104,144.70 






Total surplus 


8,079.87 


10,211.14 


20,531.11 


106,345.97 


453,441.58 






Total liabilities, reserves and surplus 


24,927.60 


31,19441 


41,069.73 


249,135.25 


1,715,96242 


Percentage of net debt to total assets 


49.4 


31.0 


14.6 


12.1 


37.9 



♦Includes a balance of $178,000.00 on purchase agreement. 



933 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



271 



"A"— Continued 

Hydro Municipalities as at December 31, 1932 



Brantford 
Twp. 


Bridgeport 
P.V. 


Bridgen 
P.V. 


Brussels 
726 


Burford 
P.V. 


Burgess- 
ville 
P.V. 


Caledonia 
1,400 


Campbell- 
ville 
P.V. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 
101.03 


$ c. 


$ c. 
202.00 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


1,192.71 












52,751.86 


9,279.74 


7,065.39 


13,536.99 


9,240.38 


3,473.03 


16,399.94 


2,954.27 


17,252.81 

11,924.29 

4,246.66 


3,729.46 
2,217.15 
1,586.99 


2,037.61 

2,238.85 

464.90 


2,395.35 
3,687.43 
1,574.74 


2,933.19 

3,280.33 

425.14 


1,238.44 
966.40 
261.02 


5,612.06 
6,058.46 
1,582.94 


718.23 
534.39 

258.56 


2,911.36 


563.56 


858.11 


1,572.29 


725.40 


457.22 


707.63 


45.82 


* 




1,381.00 


2,827.50 






































90,279.69 
5,502.46 


17,376.90 


14,146.89 
1.73 


25,594.30 

472.23 


16,806.44 

1,042.60 

4,000.00 

621.27 

24.48 


6,396.11 
1,708.10 


30,361.03 

1,087.91 

2,000.00 

459.39 


4,511.27 
590.96 






1,000.00 


566.43 


760.42 


1,092.63 


1,189.47 


444.30 


180.90 


3,012.05 














13,452.30 


2,140.43 


6,369.01 


6,152.76 
30.41 


6,884.05 


2,885.11 


11,031.56 


731.40 
















112,812.93 


20,277.75 


21,610.26 


33,439.17 


29,378.84 


11,433.62 


44,939.89 


7,014.53 


















112,812.93 


20,277.75 


21,610.26 


33,439.17 


29,378.84 


11,433.62 


44,939.89 


7,014.53 


26,620.18 
1,431.64 


11,914.39 

1,228.99 

7.70 

29.98 


1,173.08 
510.41 


14,220.66 
12.01 


746.02 


814.59 
688.85 


2,020.88 
20.77 


3,850.64 








1,323.30 






19.00 




















29,375.12 


13,181.06 


1,683.49 


14,232.67 


765.02 


1,503.44 


2,041.65 


3,850.64 


13,452.30 
18,400.46 


2,140.43 
3,971.84 


6,369.01 
2,746.79 


6,152.76 
3,455.41 


6,884.05 
3,580.20 


2,885.11 
2,033.83 


11,031.56 
4,038.06 


731.40 
564.54 


















31,852.76 


6,112.27 


9,115.80 


9,608.17 


10,464.25 


4,918.94 


15,069.62 


1,295.94 


30,505.48 
3,012.05 


453.64 


6,826.92 


6,779.34 


8,253.98 


2,685.41 


2,603.12 


1,597.13 


18,067.52 


530 . 78 


3,984.05 


2,818.99 


9,895.59 


2,325.83 


25,225.50 


270.82 


51,585.05 


984.42 


10,810.97 


9,598.33 


18,149.57 


5,011.24 


27,828.62 


1,867.95 


112,812.93 


20,277.75 


21,610.26 


33,439.17 


29,378.84 


11,433.62 


44,939.89 


7,014.53 


30.5 


72.7 


11.0 


52.2 


3.4 


17.5 


6.0 


61.2 



272 



TWENTY-FIFTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 26 



STATEMENT 
Balance Sheets of Electrical Departments of 



NIAGARA 
SYSTEM— Continued 



Municipality 


Cayuga 
660 


Chatham 
16,434 


Chippawa 
1,243 


Clifford 
515 


Clinton 


Population 


1,873 






Assets 

Lands and buildings 


$ c. 


$ c. 
46,055.45 
116,470.33 
159,739.46 
79,554.42 
86,692.91 
67,929.84 
17,924.96 
35,426.10 
33,005.10 


$ c. 
631.50 


$ c. 


$ c. 
8,760.82 


Substation equipment 






7,544 43 


Distribution system — overhead . . . 
Distribution system — underground 


14,406.36 


18,854.67 


7,321.06 


21,805.97 


Line transformers 


3,090.29 

2,592.93 

942.83 


5,570.56 
4,702.80 
1,869.16 


1,005.30 

2,155.40 

670.59 


7,516.75 


Meters 


9,039 79 


Street light equipment, regular 

Street light equipment, ornamental 


1,297.67 


Miscellaneous construction expense 
Steam or hydraulic plant 


372.67 


1,022.19 


37.44 


3,857.83 


Old plant 




42,752.31 






10 658.09 


Other plants not distributed 






















Total plant 


21,405.08 
1,795.59 


685,550.88 
5,031.60 


32,650.88 
735.48 


11,189.79 
282.43 


70,481.35 


Bank and cash balance 


1,042.39 


Securities and investments 


3,000.00 


Accounts receivable 


970.39 
152.28 


23,646.29 

4,774.28 


1,161.58 


330.95 
23.66 


1,446.91 


Inventories 

Sinking fund on local debentures. . 


2,276.41 
30,131.03 


Equity in H-E.P.C. systems 

Other assets 


3,963.76 


201,478.05 
3,113.39 


8,793.10 


2,953.16 
17.54 


23,720.24 








Total assets 


28,287.10 


923,594.49 


43,341.04 


14,797.53 


132,098 33 


Deficit 
















Total 


28,287.10 


923,594.49 


43,341.04 


14,797.53 


132,098.33 




Liabilities 

Debenture balance 


14,423.84 
699.02 


259,643.82 
22,696.32 


7,169.91 


6,926.31 
87.87 


44,500.00 
86.57 


Accounts pavable 


Bank overdraft 










38,539.49 






62.22 












Total liabilities 


15,122.86 


320,879.63 


7,169.91 


7,014.18 


44 648 79 






Reserves 

For equity in H-E.P.C. systems. . . 
For depreciation 


3,963.76 

2,938.68 

252.94 


201,478.05 

97,317.51 

5,360.18 


8,793.10 

6,225.75 


2,953.16 
1,376.34 


23,720.24 
18,662.77 

682 22 


Other reserves 










Total reserves 


7,155.38 


304,155.74 


15,018.85 


4,329.50 


43,065.23 




Surplus 

Debentures paid 


5,576.16 


110,356.18 


6,180 09 


1,073.69 




Local sinking fund 


30,131 03 


Operating surplus 


432 . 70 


188,202.94 


14,972.19 


2,380.16 


14,253.28 




Total surplus 


6,008.86 


298,559.12 


21,152.28 


3,453.85 


44,384.31 




Total liabilities, reserves and surplus 


28,287.10 


923,594.49 


43,341.04 


14,797.53 


132,098.33 


Percentage of net debt to total assets 


62.2 


41.3 


20.8 


59.2 


18.6 



1933 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



273 



4 'A"— Continued 

Hydro Municipalities as at December 31, 1932 



Comber 
P.V. 


Cottam 
P.V. 


Courtright 
353 


Dashwood 
P.V. 


Delaware 
P.V. 


Dorchester 
P.V. 


Drayton 

552 


Dresden 
1,451 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 
















523.00 


7,231.00 


9,056.31 


6,515.06 


3,402.64 


3,758.63 


8,040.88 


9,281.73 


18,062.13 


3,422.04 

2,459.87 

384.93 


1,538.31 

1,803.64 

359.43 


1,225.40 
880.37 
425.08 


1,600.44 

1,378.45 

353.42 


914.44 
962.46 
148.08 


3,286.91 

2,411.76 

496 . 74 


3,251.98 

3,254.24 

673.50 


7,280.17 
5,887.55 
1,127.48 


983.54 


206.27 


558.67 


291.87 


203.81 


328.41 


388.37 


525.20 
















4,815.01 


































14,481.38 
2,264.33 


12,963.96 
2,643.24 


9,604.58 
615.07 


7,026.82 

1,114.60 

1,500.00 

326.28 


5,987.42 

773.89 

2,500.00 

117.34 


14,564.70 

1,027.79 
2,000.00 

773.82 


16,849.82 

1,035.45 
5,000.00 


38,220.54 

925.04 
1,000.00 


597.54 


358.60 


118.65 


1,159.95 






382.75 


















10,263.00 

31 25 


1,581.57 
14.73 


2,702.70 


4,499.23 
16.50 


1,4,26.14 


3,550.96 


6,029.19 
76.50 


16.065.52 
100 00 












27,637.50 


17,562.10 


13,041.00 


14,483.43 


10,804.79 


21,917.27 


28,990.96 


57,853.80 


















27,637.50 


17,562.10 


13,041.00 


14,483.43 


10,804.79 


21,917.27 


28,990.96 


57,853.80 


2,106.10 


7,222.25 


4,101.91 


2,242.75 
26.31 


2,306.02 


2,627.87 
• 7,62 


6,703.06 
1,018.77 


1,417.47 










16.37 


145.72 








5.00 




100 00 














2,122.47 


7,367.97 


4,101.91 


2,269.06 


2,306.02 


2,640.49 


7,721.83 


1,517.47 


10,263.00 
4,101.27 


1,581.57 
2,084.63 


2,702.70 
888.15 


4,499.23 
1,722.02 


1,426.14 

724.58 


3,550.96 
1,250.97 


6,029.19 
4,644.66 


16,065.52 
4,404.33 


















14,364.27 


3,666.20 


3,590.85 


6,221.25 


2,150.72 


4,801.93 


10,673.85 


20,469.85 


5,593 90 


1,777.97 


4,036.44 






1,672.13 




14,820.78 


5,556.86 


4,749.96 


1,311.80 


4,835.87 


4,654.07 


12,802.72 


7,798.34 


21,045.70 


11,150.76 


6,527.93 


5,348.24 


5,993.12 


6,348.05 


14,474.85 


10,595.28 


35,866.48 


27,637.50 


17,562.10 


13,041.00 


14,483.43 


10,804.79 


21,917.27 


28,990.96 


57,853.80 


12.2 


46.1 


39.6 


22.7 


24.6 


14.4 


33.6 


3.4 



274 



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No. 26 



STATEMENT 
Balance Sheets of Electrical Departments of 



NIAGARA 
SYSTEM— Continued 



Municipality 
Population . . 



Drumbo 
P.V. 



Dublin 
P.V. 



Dundas 

5,137 



Dunnville 
3,506 



Dutton 

785 



Assets 

Lands and buildings 

Substation equipment 

Distribution system — overhead . 
Distribution system — underground 

Line transformers 

Meters 

Street light equipment, regular. . 
Street light equipment, ornamental 
Miscellaneous construction expense 

Steam or hydraulic plant 

Old plant 

Other plants not distributed 



4,426.33 



5.787.61 



$ c 
12,084.26 
13,396.22 
50,052.10 



3,328.13 
27,302.17 
36,532.92 



$ c 
135.19 



9,366.86 



1,417.47 

1,863.92 

262.27 



897.65 

874.1 

544.86 



19,610.94 
20,345.01 
10,808.96 



17,262.44 

15,349.32 

8,048.19 



3,425.25 

3,259.83 

626.14 



257.95 



787.06 



8,055.01 



,867.38 



Total plant 



Bank and cash balance 

Securities and investments 

Accounts receivable 

Inventories 

Sinking fund on local debentures. 

Equity in H-E.P.C. systems 

Other assets 



8,227.94 
2,027.81 



,891.29 
121.19 



547.57 
70.03 



297.36 



136,219.88 

4,241.75 

1,500.00 

4,719.04 

532.07 



3,272.85 



3,030.15 



75,080.63 
2,533.04 



Total assets . 
Deficit 



14,146.20 



12,339.99 
573.36 



224,826.41 



Total. 



14,146.20 



12,913.35 



224,826.41 



Liabilities 

Debenture balance 
Accounts payable . 
Bank overdraft . . . 
Other liabilities. . . 



2,594.54 
19.25 



1,787.48 
951.34 



27,941.72 



2,012.91 



Total liabilities. 



2,613.78 



2,738.82 



29,954.63 



Reserves 

For equity in H-E.P.C. systems. 

For depreciation 

Other reserves 



3,272.85 
2,705.29 



3,030.15 
2,731.86 



75,080.63 

39,077.62 

335.00 



Total reserves 

Surplus 

Debentures paid . . 
Local sinking fund 
Operating surplus . 



5,978.14 



5.762.01 



114,493.25 



1,905.47 



4,412.52 



25,058.28 



3,648.81 



55,320.25 



Total surplus 

Total liabilities, reserves and surplus 
Percentage of net debt to total assets 



5,554.28 



4,412.52 



80,378.53 



14,146.20 



12,913.35 



224,826.41 



24.0 



29.4 



20 



6,036.59 



313.42 



10,717.62 



124,577.38 

35.00 

10,000.00 

7,381.94 

875.50 



17,126.69 

196.77 

4,000.00 

1,266.46 

43.15 



28,253.22 



9,972.54 
40.06 



171,123.04 



32,645.67 



171,123.04 



32,645.67 



52,416.14 
8,826.10 
5,061.45 
1,047.00 



5,099.44 



32.36 



67,350.69 



5,131.80 



28,253.22 
21,966.34 



9,972.54 
5,403.77 



50,219.56 



15,376.31 



23,083.86 



3,308.05 



30.468.93 



8,829.51 



53,552.79 



12,137.56 



171,123.04 



32,645.67 



47.1 



22.6 



1933 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



275 



"A"— Continued 

Hydro Municipalities as at December 31, 1932 



East 

Windsor 

16,081 


East York 
Twp. 


Elmira 
2,761 


Elora 
1,317 


Embro 
437 


Erieau 
260 


Erie 

Beach 

20 


Essex 
1,888 


$ c. 


$ c 

16,946.49 

8,217.77 

276,206.18 


$ c. 
6,158.85 


$ c. 
1,524.54 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 












173,850.33 


34,858.82 


17,080.55 


9,572.87 


9,174.93 


1,885.95 


35,741.19 
442.55 


75,277.65 
60,983.69 


71,566.07 

137,419.45 

20,389.08 


15,849.98 

. 12,718.51 

1,381.05 


7,301.95 
5,710.72 
1,235.43 


3,039.64 

2,012.55 

535.73 


1,489.71 

2,228.15 

241.10 


613.17 
696.24 


14,177.76 

10,392.28 

1,503.60 


89 295 42 






3,439.78 


16,085.32 


4,123.40 


1,417.87 


69.45 


379.90 


375.03 


2,666.71 






2,168.08 


1,425.47 


429.25 


































402,846.87 
62,968.69 


546,830.36 

8,421.69 

2,931.90 

19,035.28 

8,834.22 


77,258.69 
665.26 


35,696.53 

736.37 
6,000.00 
1,566.81 

631.41 


15,659.49 

34.13 

1,000.00 

910.77 


13,513.79 


3,570.39 
230.10 


64,924.09 
6,019.27 






5,000.00 


14,345.39 


810.86 

75.25 


323.71 


288.91 


3,342.06 












112,802.85 


97,749.41 


43,020.82 


20,786.44 


5,897.84 


2,478.25 


643 . 18 


13,873.16 


















592,963.80 


683,802.86 


121,830.88 


65,417.56 


23,502.23 


16,315.75 


4,732.58 


93,158.58 


















592,963.80 


683,802.86 


121,830.88 


65,417.56 23,502.23 


16,315.75 


4,732.58 


93,158.58 


105,424.18 
14,486.25 


274,818.07 

35,451.13 

4,838.34 

12,709.10 


26,161.06 
3,215.94 


4,481.25 
2.00 


3,650.29 
135.95 


4,865 . 13 

538.12 

1,038.52 


2,674.34 
59.12 


19,480.27 
1,021.81 


89,295.42 


654.29 


40.00 






566.84 












209,205.85 


327,816.64 


30,031.29 


4,523.25 


3,786.24 


6,441.77 


2,733.46 


21,068.92 


112,802.85 

39,194.94 

745.62 


97,749.41 

52,083.84 

1,450.87 


43,020.82 
14,196.17 


20,786.44 
10,290.95 


5,897.84 
4,326.15 


2,478.25 
1,481.50 


643 . 18 
292.36 


13,873.16 

9,504.59 

700.00 
















152,743.41 


151,284.12 


57,216.99 


31,077.39 


10,223.99 


3,959.75 


935.54 


24,077.75 


43,575.82 






8,518.75 


3,849.71 




625.66 


3,019.73 


187,438.72 


122,452.39 


23,575.16 


21,298.17 


5,642.29 


3,896.23 


437.92 


44,992 . 18 


231,014.54 


204,702. 1C 


34,582. 6C 


29,816.92 


9,492. 0C 


5,914.23 


1,063.55 


48,011.91 


592,963. 8C 


683,802. 96 


121,830.8? 


65,417.56 


23,502.23 


16,315.75 


4,732. 55 


93,158.58 


30.1 


56.1 


38.1 


10.0 


21.5 


46.6 


67.0 


26.6 



276 



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No. 26 



STATEMENT 
Balance Sheets of Electrical Departments of 



NIAGARA 
SYSTEM— Continued 





Etobicoke 
Twp. 


Exeter 
1,622 


Fergus 

2,585 


Fonthill 
833 


Forest 


Population 


1,425 


Assets 

Lands and buildings 


$ c. 
25,641.84 


$ c. 
3,281.59 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 
6,447.40 


Substation equipment 








Distribution system — overhead . . . 
Distribution system — underground 


262,927.74 


26,643.02 


32,890.23 


10,533.78 


20,175.34 


Line transformers . . 


62,582.00 

49,332.97 

11,573.61 

2,689.44 

4,843.19 


10,380.65 

8,125.69 

942.49 


15,075.95 

11,382.30 

2,145.24 


4,868.64 
4.331.41 
1,019.85 


9,453.76 


Meters 

Street light equipment, regular. . . . 
Street light equipment, ornamental 
Miscellaneous construction expense 
Steam or hydraulic plant 


8,664.91 
2,369.94 


2,327.37 


1,294.34 


3,855.09 


1,126.42 


Old plant 






2,546.59 




11,042.87 


Other plants not distributed 






















Total plant 


419,590.79 


51,700.81 

1,751.82 
6,000 . 00 
2,443.98 
2,342.43 


65,334.65 
1,332.06 


24,608.77 
238.30 


59,280.64 


Bank and cash balance 


3,250.03 


Securities and investments 




7,500.00 


Accounts receivable 


22,639.24 
47.68 


553.23 
133.39 


185.31 


3,301.30 


Inventories 


1,872.43 


Sinking fund on local debentures. . 






Equity in H-E.P.C. systems 

Other assets 


79,546.25 
4,564.53 


20,912.33 
68.66 


25,281.78 
58.33 


2,351.03 


14,707.04 
74.62 








Total assets 


526,388.49 


85,220.03 


92,693.44 


27,383.41 


89,986.06 


Deficit 
















Total 


526,388.49 


85,220.23 


92,693.44 


27,383.41 


89,986.06 






Liabilities 

Debenture balance 


196,970.43 

20,000.00 

7,365.71 

7,253.97 


■ 9,171.63 


21,295.06 
621.25 


17,922.52 
129.94 
315.62 
230.62 


11,711.74 


Accounts payable 




Bank overdraft 






Other liabilities 


94.25 


10.00 


26.06 






Total liabilities 


231,590.11 


9,265.88 


21,926.31 


18,598.70 


11,737.80 






Reserves 

For equity in H-E.P.C. systems. . . 
For depreciation 


79,546.25 

53,880.97 
1,500.00 


20,912.33 

8,926.71 

84.00 


25,281.78 
6,677.33 


2,351.03 

1,271.44 


14,707.04 
11,558.74 


Other reserves 


50.00 










Total reserves 


134,927.22 


29,923.04 


31,959.11 


3,622.47 


26,315.78 






Surplus 

Debentures paid 


68,724.97 


10,828.42 


20,704.94 


4,577.48 


22,688 26 


Local sinking fund 




Operating surplus 


91,146.19 


35,202.69 


18,103.08 


584.76 


29,244 22 






Total surplus 


159,871.16 


46,031.11 


38,808.02 


5,162.24 


51,932 48 






Total liabilities, reserves and surplus 


526,388.49 


85,220.03 


92,693.44 


27,383.41 


89,986.06 


Percentage of net debt to total assets 


51.3 


14.4 


31.6 


74.3 


15.5 



1933 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



277 



"A"— Continued 

Hydro Municipalities as at December 31, 1932 



Gait 
13,960 


George- 
town 
1,997 


Glencoe 
767 


Goderich 
4,324 


Granton 
P.V. 


Guelph 
21,201 


Hagers- 
ville 
1,285 


Hamilton 
150,065 


$ c. 
200,400.85 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 
12,957.48 
34,402.48 
64,572.46 


$ c. 


$ c. 

13,380.18 

139,713.17 

184,953.21 


$ c. 


$ c 
929,551.60 


113,622 52 








864.37 
19,807.41 


1,737,799.64 


228,049.07 


30,126.88 


20,704.96 


4,170.55 


1,247,269.44 
851,226.90 


117,259.45 
72,021.22 
72,290.44 


18,111.46 

13,014.10 

1,364.67 


6,311.20 
4,205.38 
1,714.63 


20,268.45 
17,360.38 

4,825.17 


1,533.55 

1,486.86 

163.37 


83,161.20 
91,025.20 
42,038.32 


9,788.08 

8,487.98 

976.69 


969,455.27 
620,785.86 
274,727.91 


26,181 98 


2,390.67 


3,481.32 


6,055.80 


113.08 


14,892.87 


1,081.30 


208,888.37 




2,209.80 




14,622.15 








104,506.64 






























829,825.53 
175.00 


67,217.58 

573.73 
8,214.80 
1,224.84 

141.51 


36,417.49 

2,741.65 


175,064.37 
50.00 


7,467.41 

2,829.61 

2,000.00 

112.48 


569,164.15 
29,083.40 

' 15,969 '. 76 
27,463.52 
41,228.68 

333,433.78 


41,005.83 

7,893.17 

12,000.00 

1,811.64 

19.50 


6,944,211.63 
209,599.12 


67,492.07 
13,751.01 


1,314.02 


3.571.91 
1,126.58 


421,607.51 
155,281.02 


103,656.86 






602,313.76 


284,752.36 
2,041.95 


49,924.77 
368.61 


9,481.57 
49.02 


63,694.65 
1,493.33 


4,319.3' 


43,449.04 


1,870,477.61 
3,233.88 












1,301,694.78 


127,665.84 


50,003.75 


245,000.84 


16,728.84 


1,016,343.29 


106,179.18 


10,206,724.53 


















1,301.694.78 


127,665.84 


50,003.75 


245,000.84 


16,728.84 


1,016,343.29 


106,179.18 


10,206,724.53 


324,664.99 
13,491.11 


11,459.43 
308.34 


• 9,541.28 


52,324.74 

511.15 

217.48 

1,493.33 


2,251.11 
688 . 06 


57,052.97 
22,411.33 


3,540.46 


3,412,282.73 
294,569.90 


35,721.10 








5,652.01 


361.00 


550.12 




2,293.58 




*1,992,784.37 








379,529.21 


12,128.77 


10,091.40 


54,546.70 


2,939.17 


81,757.88 


3,540.46 


5,699,637.00 


284,752.36 

218,655.03 

32,903.23 


49,924.77 
17,872.80 


9,481 57 
6,105.31 


63,694.65 

52,326.45 

1,055.77 


4,319.34 
1,880.61 


333,433.78 

43,471.97 

837.88 


43,449.04 

6,571.27 


1,870,477.61 
805,293.58 
195,827.51 












536,310.62 


67,797.57 


15,586.88 


117,076.87 


6,199.95 


377,743.63 


50,020.31 


2,871,598.70 


193,336.96 
103,656.86 


8,540.57 


10,571.60 


43,763.31 


1,248.89 


87,947.02 

41,228.68 

427,666.08 


4,459.54 


806,742.39 
602,313.76 


88,861.13 


39,198.93 


13,753.87 


29,613.96 


6,340.83 


48,158.87 


226,432.68 


385,854.95 


47,739.50 


24,325.47 


73,377.27 


7,589.72 


556,841.78 


52,618.41 


1,635,488.83 


1,301,694.78 


127,665.84 


50,003 . 75 


245,000.84 


16,728.84 


1,016,343.29 


106,179.18 


10,206,724.53 


29.6 


15.2 


24.9 


30.0 


23 6 


6.3 


5.6 


65.9 



^Includes a balance of $1,937,500.00 on purchase agreement. 



278 



TWENTY-FIFTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 26 



STATEMENT 
Balance Sheets of Electrical Departments of 



NIAGARA 
SYSTEM— Con tin ued 


Municipality ■ 


Harriston 
1,301 


Harrow 
907 


Hensall 
745 


Hespeler 
2,711 


Highgate 


Population 


334 






Assets 

Lands and buildings 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c 

4,474.73 

29,732.13 

30,359.75 


$ c. 


Substation equipment 


600.00 
21,881.88 








Distribution system — overhead. . . 
Distribution system — underground 
Line transformers 


16,162.92 


12,370.10 


6,383.76 


7,416.42 
7,039.91 
1,141.41 


9,615.23 

5,618.81 

741.63 


4,428.42 

3,412.30 

612.83 


20,425.49 

12,331.79 

7,074.32 


2,109.25 


Meters 


1,697.12 


Street light equipment, regular. . . . 
Street light equipment, ornamental 
Miscellaneous construction expense 
Steam or hydraulic plant 


430.26 


993.16 


95.42 


563.61 


721.18 


519.15 


Old plant 


1,001.43 




400.00 






Other plants not distributed 




















Total plant 


40,074.21 
20.00 


32,234.01 
2,538.59 


21,787.26 

2,193.72 

4,000.00 

575.68 


105,119.39 


11,139.54 


Bank and cash balance 


1,910.62 


Securities and investments 




2,321.96 


Accounts receivable 


198.14 


2,455.94 


6,288.43 
315.78 


78.85 


Inventories . 




Sinking fund on local debentures 










Equity in H-E.P.C. systems 

Other assets 


17,138.78 
56.89 


9,485.41 


7,598.95 
39.11 


49,551.83 


5,394.17 
13.14 










Total assets 


57,488.02 


46,713.95 


36,194.72 


161,275.43 


20,858.28 


Deficit . 
















Total 


57,480.28 


46,713.95 


36,194.72 


161,275.43 


20.858.28 






Liabilities 

Debenture balance 


10,957.42 
4,347.44 
1,573.66 


8,771.43 
1,076.66 


7,553.59 
688.05 


37,633.16 

91.67 

216.61 


3,216.40 


Accounts payable 


134.68 


Bank overdraft 






366.24 


55.50 












Total liabilities 


16,878.52 


10,214.33 


8,297.14 


37,941.44 


3,351.08 






Reserves 

For equity in H-E.P.C. systems. . . 
For depreciation 


17,138.78 
4,723.17 


9,485.41 
769.86 


7,598.95 
5,207.73 


49,551.83 
10,232.62 


5,394.17 
3,000.64 


Other reserves 
















Total reserves 


21,861.95 


10,255.27 


12,806.68 


59,784.45 


8,394.81 






Surplus 

Debentures paid 


14,860.61 


3,228.57 


4,446.41 


39,937.35 


1,783.60 


Local sinking fund . . 




Operating surplus 


3,886.94 


23,015.78 


10,644.49 


23,612.19 


7,328.79 






Total surplus 


18,747.55 


26,244.35 


15,090.90 


63,549.54 


9,112.39 






Total liabilities, reserves and surplus 


57,488.02 


46,713.95 


36,194.72 


161,275.43 


20,858.28 


Percentage of net debt to total assets 


41.8 


27.4 


29.0 


34.0 


21.6 



1933 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



279 



"A"— Continued 

Hydro Municipalities as at December 31, 1932 



H umber- 
stone 
2,419 


Ingersoll 
5,000 


Jarvis 
482 


Kingsville 
2,245 


Kitchener 
31,114 


Lambeth 
P.V. 


La Salle 
609 


Leaming- 
ton 
4,912 


$ c. 


$ c. 
15,064.45 
26,521.47 
54,835.26 


$ c. 


$ c. 
7,774.09 


$ c. 

129,345.29 

215,728.98 

308,231.67 

37,706.12 

170,371.25 

176,914.79 

63,688.73 

86,939.84 

15,014.82 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 
16,351.71 








7,085.62 


26,024.23 


9,403.31 


31,144.02 


6,893.10 


18,950.34 


48,685.83 
9,585.77 


9,181.25 

7,621,55 

884.80 


27,189.89 

24,936.34 

3,980.93 

4,597.59 

11,673.29 


3,047.96 

2,332.75 

846.99 


13,143.80 

13,031.84 

1,399.61 

19,200.00 

117.97 


1,883.12 

2,184.61 

269.16 


6,716.60 

4,174.22 

946.49 


22,600.97 

22,064.70 

1,380.13 

15,178.49 


2,898.72 


703.12 


300.71 


1,810.69 


1,738.96 




19,580.34 






52,363.91 




































46,610.55 
7,632.61 


188,379.56 


16,334.13 
1,124.67 


85,811.33 

7,136.72 
8,000.00 
1,966.82 


1,256,305.40 

1,968.42 
15,000.00 
45,281.39 
11,785.31 


11,530.70 
2,870.47 


32,598.34 
6,308.29 


144,672.18 
5,781.86 




11,716.57 

875.37 

1,920.93 

63,219.73 

94,747.96 

601.13 


11,000.00 


603.98 


585.39 
10.47 


594.64 


1,174.02 


4,660.78 












8,380.37 


6,899.05 


18,769.21 


634,997.65 


4,709.82 


5,938.03 
528.28 


32,975.35 
194.13 














63,227.51 


361,461.25 


24,953.71 


121,684.08 


1,965,338.17 


19,705.63 


46,546.96 


199,284.30 


















63,227.51 


361,461.25 


24,953.71 


121,684.08 


1,965,338.17 


19,705.63 


46,546.96 


199,284.30 


20,400.00 
534.54 


79,800.00 

7,282.74 

895.90 

5,198.72 


7,110.40 


29,306.07 
2,960.51 


214,486.41 
40,749.24 


2,572.53 


11,963.16 


35,085.20 






. ■ 






840.29 




20,832.25 


86,939.84 


648.04 


528.28 


17,163.70 








21,774.83 


93,177.36 


7,110.40 


53,098.83 


342,175.49 


3,220.57 


12,491.44 


52,248.90 


8,380.37 
4,178.37 


94,747.96 

9,008.29 

940.28 


6,899.05 
1,825.32 


18,769.21 
14,265.95 


634,997.65 

226,508.10 

22,945.19 


4,709.82 
2,528.95 


5,938.03 
4,452.44 


32,975.35 
17,096.37 














12,558.74 


104,696.53 


8,724.37 


33,035.16 


884,450.94 


7,238.77 


10,390.47 


50,071.72 






3,389.60 


4,193.93 


297,663.59 


1,427.47 


3,536.84 


12,914.80 




63,219.73 
100,367.63 


17,293.94 


5,729.34 


31,356.16 


441,048.15 


7,818.82 


20,128.21 


84,048.88 


28,893.94 


163,587.36 


9,118.94 


35,550.09 


738,711.74 


9,246.29 


23,665.05 


96,963.68 


63,227.51 


361,461.25 


24,953.71 


121,684.08 


1,965,338.17 


19,705.63 


46,546.96 


199,284.30 


39.7 


11.9 


39.4 


30.5 


25.7 


21.5 


32.5 


24.5 



280 



TWENTY-FIFTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 26 



STATEMENT 
Balance Sheets of Electrical Departments of 



NIAGARA 
SYSTEM— Continued 



Municipality 


Listowel 
2,688 


London 
71,310 


London 
Twp. 


Long 
Branch 

3,537 


Lucan 




547 






Assets 

Lands and buildings. 


$ c. 
1,457.39 


$ c. 

458,398.49 

925,006.76 

767,622.56 

265,096.50 

286,577.44 

318,188.90 

66,801.12 

84,746.73 

92,111.45 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


Substation equipment 








Distribution system — overhead . . . 
Distribution system — underground 


37,645.21 
2,897.25 
17,049.07 
15,766.43 
1,709.82 
1,348.66 
2,351.01 


16,935.61 


51,168.74 


10,528.36 


Line transformers 


5,605.28 

3,700.97 

861.36 


11,532.53 

16,499.12 

4,219.02 


4,131.49 


Meters 


3,104.52 


Street light equipment, regular 

Street light equipment, ornamental 
Miscellaneous construction expense 
Steam or hydraulic plant 


410.87 


478.71 


1,220.51 


473.07 


Old plant 


4,745.30 




1,733.80 




2,860.45 


Other plants not distributed 




















Total plant 


84,970.14 

8,572.71 


3,264,549.95 
67,344.11 


29,315.73 
7,115.13 


84,639.92 


21,508.76 


Bank and cash balance 


3,109.86 


Securities and investments 




5,000.00 


Accounts receivable 


1,394.94 


232,487.92 

82,781.88 

299,671.38 

1,145,236.95 

1,175.35 


1,593.53 


513.57 


200.97 


Inventories. . 




Sinking fund on local debentures. 










Equity in H-E.P.C. systems 

Other assets 


36,411.85 


6,575.78 
84.85 


3,978.05 
2,130.68 


10,418.84 








Total assets 


131,349.64 


5,093,247.54 


44,685.02 


91,262.22 


40,238.43 


Deficit 
















Total 


131,349.64 


5,093,247.54 


44,685.02 


91,262.22 


40,238.43 


Liabilities 

Debenture balance 


9,411.83 
12.16 


1,024,346.21 
183,064.17 


11,971.58 
2,632.41 


27,267.93 
10,054.50 


4,582.96 


Accounts payable 




Bank overdraft 




Other liabilities 


1,513.53 


85,922.08 


84.85 


2,130.68 


125.00 






Total liabilities 


10,937.52 


1,293,332.46 


14,688.84 


39,453.11 


4,707.96 






Reserves 

For equity in H-E.P.C. systems. . . 

For depreciation 

Other reserves 


36,411.85 
24,311.77 


1,145,236.95 

758,940.76 

72,532.53 


6,575.78 
3,600.81 


3,978.05 

12,245.04 

500.00 


10,418.84 
6,516.45 










Total reserves 


60,723.62 


1,976,710.24 


10,176.59 


16,723.09 


16,935.29 






Surplus 

Debentures paid 


33,778.06 


557,553.79 
299,671.38 
965,979.67 


7,028.42 


13,036.67 


6,630.66 


Local sinking fund 




Operating surplus 


25,910.44 


12,791.17 


22,049.35 


11,964.52 






Total surplus 


59,688.50 


1,823,204.84 


19,819.59 


35,086.02 


18,595.18 






Total liabilities, reserves and surplus 


131,349.64 


5,093,247.54 


44,685.02 


91,262.22 


40,238.43 


Percentage of net debt to total assets 


10.2 


24. 


38.5 


43.8 


15.7 



1933 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



281 



' 'A"— Continued 

Hydro Municipalities as at December 31, 1932 



Lynden 
P.V. 


Markham 
1,001 


Merlin 
P.V. 


Merritton 
2,515 


Milton 
1,825 


Milverton 
1,064 


Mimico 

6,422 


Mitchell 
1,609 


$ c. 
241.18 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$' c. 

2,951.67 

32,689.04 

34,149.62 


$ c. 


$ c. 
237.20 


$ c. 
16,857.36 
38,461.02 
72,091.52 


$ c. 
13,139.20 








11,868.94 
20,616.68 


21,287.83 


4,753.81 


14,925.65 


8,042.18 


11,337.91 


28,998.95 


2,134.21 

1,564.56 

340.66 


7,441.40 

5,590.07 

732.20 


3,391.23 

■2,235.70 

555.64 


6,737.28 
9,471.75 
4,637.66 


13,988.73 

12,752.36 

1,282.36 


7,565.80 

5,047.01 

737.16 


29,920.12 

27,277.14 

7,586.19 


8,807.77 

11,823.76 

2,593 . 23 


193.57 


1,517.81 


455.36 


3,277.88 


4,405.38 


818.43 


5,387.95 


1,019.52 






241.85 




3,092.54 






1,500.00 






























9,227.99 
588.71 


30,207.13 

563.52 
2,299.17 
1,303.42 


14,921.96 

2,458.67 
6,000.00 
1,020.35 


93,914.90 
14,701.88 


68,006.9.9 

8,270.24 
8,000.00 
8,590.55 
1,504.18 


25,743.51 

2,366.46 

2,000.00 

453.51 


197,581.30 
2,918.49 


89,170.26 

5,787.77 
2,500.00 


593.53 


154.66 


6,226.55 


7,139.20 
2,669.80 
















7,840.67 


8,075.72 
43.16 


6,558.84 


42,913.51 


57,948.39 
113.85 


25,455.10 


65,893.56 
1,917.62 


22,789.60 
63.50 












18,250.90 


42,492.12 


30,959.82 


15J.684.95 


152,434.20 


56,018.58 


274,537.52 


130,120.13 


















18,250.90 


42,492.12 


30,959.82 


151,684.95 


152,434.20 


56,018.58 


274,537.52 


130,120.13 


2,820.07 


1,613.21 
55.03 


8,419.82 
1,231.10 


21,567.61 
662.61 


8,311.39 


2,143.42 
3,447:50 


88,607.69 
• 3,828.70 




8.02 


1,628.54 








187.83 


50.00 






113.85 




4,250.00 


63.50 












3,015.92 


1,718.24 


9,650.92 


22,230.22 


8,425.24 


5,590.92 


96,686.39 


1,692.04 


7,840.67 
2,181.13 


8,075.72 
4,882.67 


6,558.84 
1,828.05 


42,913.51 
4,403.02 


57,948.39 
13,150.92 


25,455.10 
4,557.61 


65,893.56 

36,44,1.53 

825.68 


22,789.60 
30,862.85 
















10,021.80 


12,958.39 


8,386.89 


47,316.53 


71,099.31 


30,012.71 


103,160.77 


53,652.45 


1,674.93 


9,760.42 


4,944.39 


10,618.60 


24,735.02 


7,356.58 


38,392.31 


22,295.22 


3,538.25 


18,055.07 


7,977.62 


71,519.60 


48,174.63 


13,058.37 


36,298.05 


52,480.42 


5,213.18 


27,815.49 


12,922.01 


82,138.20 


72,909.65 


20,414.95 


74,690.36 


74,775.64 


18,250.90 


42,492.12 


30,959.82 


151,684.95 


152,434.20 


56,018.58 


274,537.52 


130,120.13 


28.9 


5. 


39.5 


20.4 


8.8 


18.2 


46.3 


1.5 



282 



TWENTY-FIFTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 26 



STATEMENT 
Balance Sheets of Electrical Departments of 



NIAGARA 

SYSTEM— Continued 



Municipality 


Moorefield 
P.V. 


Mount 

Brydges 

P.V. 


Newbury 
312 


New 

Hamburg 

1,462 


New 


Population 


Toronto 
6,437 






Assets 

Lands and buildings 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 

2,513.19 

1,167.55 

23,538.15 


$ c. 
43,741.58 


Substation equipment 










Distribution system — overhead . . . 
Distribution system — underground 


2,980.96 


6,315.91 


6,422. i7 


76,509.11 
8,605 . 69 


Line transformers 


990.72 

1,182.42 

295.88 


1,709.69 

2,209.08 

629.66 


1,767.86 

1,195.32 

817.42 


7,268 97 
8,951.49 
2,065.70 


28,640.29 


Meters 


27,503.59 


Street light equipment, regular 

Street light equipment, ornamental 


10,090.44 


Miscellaneous construction expense 
Steam or hydraulic plant 


348.35 


152.82 


498.01 


1,149.36 


8,426.13 


Old plant 






348.22 


5,242.56 




Other plants not distributed 




















Total plant 


5,798.33 
1,937.45 


11,017.16 

2,035.61 
3,000.00 
1,465.95 


11,049.00 
1,355.90 


51,896.97 
25.00 


203,516.83 


Bank and cash balance 


5,800.92 


Securities and investments 




Accounts receivable 


40.65 


44.27 


1,715.27 
1,117.64 


10,269.21 


Inventories 




Sinking fund on local debentures. . 










Equity in H-E.P.C. systems 

Other assets 


3,195.47 

7.81 


3,501.49 
65.00 


2,160.36 
11.88 


26,269.83 


210,186.51 
4,635.52 








Total assets 


10,979.71 


21,085.21 


14,621.41 


81,024.71 


434,408.99 


Deficit 
















Total 


10,979.71 


21,085.21 


14,621.41 


81,024.71 


434,408.99 


Liabilities 

Debenture balance 


1,630.38 
4.00 


2,502.49 
429.59 


4,900.00 
149.22 


7,568.00 


4,322.74 


Accounts payable 


12,782.18 


Bank overdraft 


2,300.64 
141.50 




Other liabilities 




65.00 




4,635.52 










Total liabilities 


1,634.38 


2,997 08 


5,049.22 


10,010.14 


21,740.44 






Reserves 

For equity in H-E.P.C. systems. . . 
For depreciation 


3,195.47 
1,899.11 


3,501.49 
1,804.45 


2,160.36 
2,064.93 


26,269.83 

10,405.74 

192.35 


210,186.51 
39,928.79 


Other reserves 


923.32 












Total reserves 


5,094.58 


5,305.94 


4,225.29 


36,867.92 


251,038.62 






Surplus 

Debentures paid 


2,869.62 


1,717.51 


4,854.39 


10,161.08 


3,677.26 


Local sinking fund 




Operating surplus 


1,381.13 


11,064.68 


492.51 


23,985.57 


157,952.67 






Total surplus 


4,250.75 


12,782.19 


5,346.90 


34,146.65 


161,629.93 






Total liabilities, reserves and surplus 


10,979.71 


21,085.21 


14,621.41 


81,024.71 


434,408.99 


Percentage of net debt to total assets 


21.0 


16.8 


40.5 


18.3 


9.7 



1933 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



283 



1 'A"— Continued 

Hydro Municipalities as at December 31, 1932 



Niagara 
Falls 
18,678 


Niagara 

on-the-Lake 

1,657 


North York 
! Twp. 


: Norwich 
1,071 


Oil Springs 
448 


> Otterville 
P.V. 


Palmerston 
1,750 


Paris 
4,263 


$ c 
132,198.34 


$ c 

2,307.35 

16,048.36 

27,045.87 


$ c 
28,248.83 


$ c 
4,157.99 


$ c 
1,292.23 


$ c 


$ c 


$ c. 
8,426.83 


228,650.76 




691.88 
26,268.07 


27,914.17 


189,842.61 


322,666.22 


11,056. 8C 


12,731.09 


5,718.53 


51,323.79 


156,385.56 

107,398.37 

24,395 . 69 

92,845.41 


6,524.78 
7,676.92 
1,230.44 


75,721.36 
.39,933.91 
258.71 
13,491.21 
21,532.11 


6,133. 6C 
6,772.65 
4,685.64 


5,782.35 

3,321.76 

306.62 


3,204.93 

2,227. 3C 
1,338.28 


9,844. 5C 
8,998.82 
2,140.70 


19,498 59 
18,906.66 
13,630.93 


17,430.74 


1,973.52 


1,608.60 


2,733.64 


142. 0C 


894.44 


897.38 


21,722.55 






3,509.82 






4,018.71 
































970,870.03 
20,369.30 


62,807.24 

515.52 


501,852.35 
15,332.61 


37,925.10 

1,635.03 
3,000.00 
1,569.50 
1,285.37 


26,167.69 


12,631.04 
5,729.60 


52,857.12 
289 . 28 


140,598.35 
4,345.62 


6,113.83 


2,589.04 
763.99 


13,500.00 


12,763.68 
15,836.04 


2,133.93 
2,035.14 


5,056.56 


871.98 


128.12 
109.78 


3,268.93 












290,121.85 
15,535.46 


14,392.79 


39,473.44 


19,548.29 


13,428.18 
38.28 


4,083.16 


21,508.88 


59,170.72 
















1,331,610.19 


81,884.62 


561,714.96 


64,963 . 29 


42,987.18 


23,315.78 


74,893 . 18 


220,883.62 


















1,331,610.19 


81,884.62 


561,714.96 


64,963 . 29 


42,987.18 


23,315.78 


74,893 . iS, 


220,883.62 


375,918.65 
30,619.69 


22,308.47 
1,739.29 


•387,775.98 
961.51 


6,590.32 
216.74 


6,073.48 
128.22 
133.19 


1,048.74 
562.01 


5,021.63 
b .2,606.78 


10,157.67 






14,597.43 


35.00 


18,220.24 


92.50 




217.50 












421,135.77 


24,082.86 


406,957.73 


6,899.56 


6,334.89 


1,610.75 


7,845.91 


10,157.67 


290,121.85 

118,356.28 

9.104.63 


14,392.79 
7,390.32 


39,473.44 
45,702.58 


19,548.29 
4,137.29 
1,000.00 


13,428.1,8 
5,543.61 


4,083 . 16 
3,540.07 


21,508.88 

6,703.60 

4,91.67 


59,170.72 

54,04,8.83 
175.00 














417,582.76 


21,783.11 


85,176.02 


24,685.58 


18,971.79 


7,623.23 


28,704.15 


113,394.55 


















178,567.31 


21,825.80 


14,335.32 


26,212.47 


7,032.67 


10,630.54 


16,364.75 


15,489.07 


492,891.66 


36,018.75 


69,581.21 


33,378.15 


17,680.50 


14,081.80 


38,343.12 


97,331.40 


1,331,610.19 


81,884.62 


561,714.96 


64,963.29 


42,987.18 


23,315.78 


74,893.18 


220,883.62 


40.4 


35.7 


77.9 


15.1 


21.4 


8.4 


14.7 


6.2 



284 



TWENTY-FIFTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 26 



STATEMENT 
Balance Sheets of Electrical Departments of 



NIAGARA 
SYSTEM— Continued 



Municipality 


Parkhill 
968 


Petrolia 
2,431 


Plattsville 
P.V. 


Point 

Edward 

1,114 


Port 


Population 


Colborne 
6,494 


Assets 

Lands and buildings 


. $ c. 


$ c. 

900.00 

2,403.55 

42,808.40 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 
22,561.01 


Substation equipment 










Distribution system — overhead . . . 
Distribution system — underground 


15,954.23 


3,764.40 


20,113.76 


87,614.43 


Line transformers 

Meters 

Street light equipment, regular. . . . 
Street light equipment, ornamental 


4,369.63 

4,217.94 

898 . 23 


25,682.89 

15,075.04 

4,849.35 


1,252.37 

1,921.31 

147.15 


6,444.29 
4,955.70 
2,985.52 


23,864.11 

21,755.49 

4,544.86 

16,611.59 


Miscellaneous construction expense 
Steam or hydraulic plant 


1,380.59 


5,866.61 


535.92 


503.14 


7,852.77 


Old plant 




3,389.94 






9,929.60 


Other plants not distributed. ..... 






















Total plant 


26,820.62 
990.38 


100,975.78 

2,960.10 

.8,400.00 

3,436.55 

926.88 


7,621.15 
218.27 


35,002.41 

1,794.57 

13,000.00 

4,409.40 


194,733.86 


Bank and cash balance 


15.00 


Securities and investments 


1,500.00 


Accounts receivable 


778.20 


866.13 


6,851.12 


Inventories 


3,528.02 


Sinking fund on local debentures. . 










Equity in H-E.P.C. systems 

Other assets 


8,982.90 


52,566.01 
565 . 00 


4,623.71 


22,811.04 


43,497.80 












Total assets 


37,572.10 


169,830.32 


13,329.26 


77,017 .42 


250,125.80 


Deficit 
















Total 


37,572.10 


169,830.32 


13,329.26 


77,017.42 


250,125.80 






Liabilities 

Debenture balance 


7,036.46 


26,487.07 
2,945.95 


3,019.60 


8,940.91 
3,849.07 


100,196.10 


Accounts payable . . 


1,627.71 


Bank overdraft . . 






282.58 


Other liabilities . . 


70.00 


565.00 






19,962.30 










Total liabilities 


7,106.46 


29,998.02 


3,019.60 


12,789.98 


122,068.69 






Reserves 

For equity in H-E.P.C. systems. . . 
For depreciation 


8,982.90 
4,555.32 


52,566.01 
24,462.11 

141.55 


4,623.71 
2,551.33 


22,811.04 
8,540.62 


43.497.80 
26,671.38 


Other reserves 


960.40 












Total reserves 


13,538.22 


77,169.67 


7,175.04 


31,351.66 


71,129.58 






Surplus 

Debentures paid 


7,593.56 


23,512.93 




8,059.09 


45,803.90 


Local sinking fund 




Operating surplus 


9,333.86 


39,149.70 


917.22 


24,816.69 


11,123.63 






Total surplus 


16,927.42 


62,662.63 


3,134.62 


32,875.78 


56.927.53 






Total liabilities, reserves and surplus 


37,572.10 


169,830.32 


13,329.26 


77,017.42 


250,125.80 


Percentage of net debt to total assets 


24.8 


25.1 


34.6 


23.5 


55 .4 



933 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



285 



"A"— Continued 

Hydro Municipalities as at December 31, 1932 



Port 
Credit 
1,600 


Port 

Dalhousie 

1,394 


Port 
Dover 

1,584 


Port 

Rowan 

676 


Port 

Stanley 

694 


Preston 
6,173 


Princeton 
P.V. 


Queenston 
P.V. 


S c. 
675 . 00 


$ " c. 


$ c. 
248.75 


$ c. 


$ c. 
1,570.80 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 








50,602.15 
89,351.36 






23,959.50 


18,398.80 


29,534.00 


9,650.37 


20,212.54 


4,228.15 


7,594.07 


8,938.13 
9,085.01 
4,922.71 


9,284.89 
9,256.02 
1,041.19 


10,241.71 
6,891.71 
2,537.31 


1,676.62 

1,815.68 

888.04 


10,737.28 
8,735.54 
1,546.63 


47,796.23 

38,856.01 

5,425.03 


2,473.48 

1,223.65 

185.35 


1,911.85 

1,536.99 

422.43 


897.49 


2,523.98 


2,445.57 


681.63 


5,862.39 


6,794.91 


64.35 


2,081.11 




6,018.38 






577.51 


32,126.75 
































48,477.84 
4,089.54 


46,523.26 

1,212.75 
3,000.00 
3,379.78 


51,899.05 
1,825.99 


14,712.24 
1,679.02 


49,242.69 

1,167.91 
3,000.00 
1,847.88 


270,952.44 

11,251.71 

6,000.00 

14,342.58 

74.60 


8,174.98 
1,200.50 


13,546.45 






1,494.21 


1,782.19 


119.31 


1,505.11 


185.54 




2,467.12 

14,732.08 

65.50 












17,251.94 
869.95 


11,079.28 


2,906.24 


19,896.18 
34.11 


142,339.91 
129.00 


3,897.53 


3,341.19 
15.65 












72,183.48 


71,380.49 


66,586.51 


19,416.81 
6,275.30 


75,188.77 


445,090.24 


14,778.12 


17,088.83 
















72,183.48 


71,380.49 


66,586.51 


25,692.11 


75,188.77 


445,090.24 


14,778.12 


17,088.83 


8,985.62 
252.98 


10,939.95 
754.96 


12,597 . 20 

2,430.87 


9,314.35 
10,339.82 


8,227.51 


56,837.10 
5,919..13 


2,046.85 
180.07 


6,100.86 
100.00 






38.60 


360.00 




652.00 




20.01 


1,438.95 
















9,598.60 


11,694.91 


15,680.07 


19,654.17 


8,247.52 


64,195.18 


2,226.92 


6,239.46 


17,251.94 

12,766.12 

91.72 


14,732.08 
4,557.48 


11,079.28 
6,638.72 


2,906.24 
1,446.05 


19,896.18 
8,956.97 


142,339.91 
86,115.82 


3,897.53 
2,043.98 


3,341.19 

2,222.45 


















30,109.78 


19,289.56 


17,718.00 


4,352.29 


28,853.15 


228,455.73 


5,941.51 


5,563.64 




2,467 . 12 
26,368.85 




1,685.65 


10,722.49 


95,962.90 






26,960.72 


16,785.64 




27,365.61 


56,476.43 


5,106.54 


1,886.59 








32,475.10 


40,396.02 


33,188.44 


1,685.65 


38,088.10 


152,439.33 


6,609.69 


5,285.73 


72,183.48 


71,380.49 


66,586.51 


25,692.11 


75,188.77 


445,090.24 


14,778.12 


17,088.83 


17.5 


17.0 


28.2 


119.0 


14.9 


20.7 


20.4 


45.4 



286 



TWENTY-FIFTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 26 



STATEMENT 
Balance Sheets of Electrical Departments of 



NIAGARA 
SYSTEM— Continued 



Municipality 

Population 


Richmond 
Hill 
1,235 


Ridgetown 
1,990 


Riverside 
5,125 


Rockwood 
P.V. 


Rodney 
738 






Assets 

Lands and buildings 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 
2,379.31 


$ c. 
79.00 


$ c. 


Substation equipment 


600.00 
10,391.89 


1,024.24 
21,390. 54 




Distribution system — overhead . . . 
Distribution system — underground 


90,798.32 


7,565.39 


11,187.44 


Line transformers 


7,212.07 
4,579.74 
1,333.57 


9,852.66 
9,458.86 
3,533.41 
1,431.73 
2,606.91 


31,124.03 
22,800.27 


2,481.27 

2,802.39 

561.22 


2,971.48 


Meters 


3,554.47 


Street light equipment, regular. . . . 


639 . 99 


Street light equipment, ornamental 


17,030.71 
4,571.4,5 




Miscellaneous construction expense 
Steam or hydraulic plant 


35.23 


436.35 


788.86 


Old plant 




5,088.46 






700.00 


Other plants not distributed. •. 






















Total plant 


24,152.50 
1,970.75 


54,386.81 

50.00 

13,000.00 

606.47 

901.62 


168,704.09 


13,925.62 


19,842.24 


Bank and cash balance 


1,247.98 


Securities and investments 






3,000.00 


Accounts receivable 


2,303.19 
166.60 


13,967.61 


548.83 
133.50 


330.27 


Inventories 




Sinking fund on local debentures. . 






Equity in H-E.P.C. systems 

Other assets 


6,992.50 
57.88 


20,709.01 


37,317.94 


5,752.36 
21.17 


6,130.67 
36.85 










Total assets 


35,643.4? 


89,653.91 


219,989.64 


20,381.48 


30,588.01 


Deficit 
















Total 


35,643.42 


89,653.91 


219,989.64 


20,381.48 


30,588.01 






Liabilities 

Debenture balance . 


4,787.57 
76.38 


6,753.40 

423.35 

55.14 

1,756.73 


57,649.35 
3,926.84 
3,414.71 

17,030.71 


2,424.39 

223.25 

99.08 

20.00 


5,608.62 


Accounts payable 


690.48 


Bank overdraft 




Other liabilities 


55.12 


92.00 






Total liabilities 


4,919.07 


8,988.62 


82,021.61 


2,766.72 


6,391.10 






Reserves 

For equity in H-E.P.C. systems. . . 

For depreciation 

Other reserves 


6,992.50 
1,061.05 


20,709.01 
9,841.30 


37,317.94 

23,180.54 

594.99 


5,752.36 
3,982.12 


6,130.67 
1,440.26 












Total reserves 


8,053.55 


30,550.31 


61,093.47 


9,734.48 


7,570.93 






Surplus 

Debentures paid 

Local sinking fund 


7,412.43 


12,702.59 


24,850 65 


2,075.61 


2,891.38 


Operating surplus 


15,258.37 


37,412.39 


52,023.91 


5,804.67 


13,734.60 


Total surplus 


22,670.80 


50,114.98 


76,874.56 


7,880.28 


16,625.98 


Total liabilities, reserves and surplus 


35,643.42 


89,653.91 


219,989.64 


20,381.48 


30,588.01 


Percentage of net debt to total assets 


17.2 


11.2 


39.2 


18.8 


26.1 



1933 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



287 



44 A"— Continued 

Hydro Municipalities as at December 31, 1932 



St. Catha- 
rines 
25,645 


St. Clair 

Beach 

114 


St. George 
P.V. 


St. Jacobs 
P.V. 


St. Marys 
4,032 


St. Thomas 
16,582 


Sandwich 
11,408 


$ c. 
47,378.92 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 

3,000.00 

26,973.78 

54,413.75 


$ c. 

73,253.59 

110,201.39 

111,149.73 

36.690.67 

53,685.43 

67,498.09 

21,259.32 

3,693.04 

10,993.19 


$ c. 
541.70 


115,063.83 








4,097.56 


205,572.56 


7,785.49 


5,932.09 


6,425.31 


107,773.81 


137,385.62 
85,330.62 
18,372.91 


2,492.83 
1,467.70 


2,729.42 

2,757.07 

232.07 


2,539.38 

2,554.06 

390.26 


19,779.11 

21,475.09 

4,136.50 


47,288.49 
50,394.20 
11,665.76 


27,448.87 




51,239.13 


39,322.57 


149.27 


374.18 


460.55 


3,670.58 


8,378.51 


7,792.05 








20,696.85 




4,148.96 




























683,667.95 

4,799.44 
12,069.06 


11,895.29 

524.37 


12,024.83 

984.83 
500.00 
192.36 


12,369.56 

247.12 

3,000.00 

369.75 


154,145.66 
3,372.21 


488,424,. 45 

400.00 

52,072.73 

29,938.13 

7,806.06 


285,528.12 

11,744,90 
15,138.88 


29,240.61 
478.76 


1,086.27 


6,528.15 

3,173.61 

1,318.20 

69,654,-68 

67.50 


14,381.21 
344.38 


63,165.88 










259,563.60 
8,033.70 


3,163.72 


6,845.74 


7,153.62 


237,830.74 


111,044.97 
596.34 














1,061,019.00 


16,669.65 


20,547.76 


23,140.05 


238,260.01 


816,472.11 


438,778.80 
















1,061,019.00 


16,669.65 


20,547.76 


23,140.05 


238,260.01 


816,472.11 


438,778.80 


220,607.22 
68,340.11 


3,997.46 
193.48 


3,560.05 
512.76 


2,143.64 
103.56 


42,961.61 


32,796.34 


104,306.72 






• "3,626.34 
11,197.51 




27,739.87 




72.50 




67.50 


62,427 69 










316,687.20 


4,190.94 


4,145.31 


2,247.20 


43,029.11 


47,620.19 


166,734.41 


259,563.60 

122,454.91 

17,971.88 


3,163.72 

1,981.68 

33.95 


6,845.74 
1,628.50 


7,153.62 
2,729.52 


69,654.68 

45,726.02 

659.05 


237,830.74 

86,665.49 

553.37 


111,044.97 
32,151.60 










399,990.39 


5,179.35 


8,474.24 


9,883.14 


116,039.75 


325,049.60 


143,196.57 


81,415.69 
63,165.8? 


2,343.99 


2,439.95 


3,856.36 


71,285.41 
1,318. 2C 
6,587.54 


106,147.73 


41,266.31 


199,759.84 


4,955.37 


5,488.26 


7,153.35 


337,654.59 


87,581.51 


344,341.41 


7,299.36 


7,928.21 


11,009.71 


79,191.15 


443,802.32 


128,847.82 


1,061,019. 0C 


16,669.65 


20,547.76 


23,140.05 


238,260.01 


816,472.11 


438,778.80 


31.8 


31.0 


30.2 


14.1 


25.7 


7.6 


41.8 



288 



TWENTY-FIFTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 26 



STATEMENT 
Balance Sheets of Electrical Departments of 



NIAGARA 
SYSTEM— Continued 



Municipality 


Sarnia 
17,540 


Scarboro' 
Twp, 


Seaforth 
1,688 


Simcoe 
5,263 


Spring- 
field 
387 


Population 






Assets 

Lands and buildings 


$ c. 
111,304.25 
206,506.33 
210,961.09 


$ c 

16,585.49 

301.95 

267,207.74 


$ c. 

1,290.34 

5,999.16 

27,957.71 


$ c. 

8,442.41 

22,906.67 

49,417.64 


$ c. 


Substation equipment 




Distribution system — overhead . . . 
Distribution system — undergrounc 
Line transformers 


7,861.45 


75,962.85 
71,114.19 
25,219.12 
7,482.11 
25,900.91 


59,166.96 
63,842.44 
19,765.71 


9,581.40 
8,587.32 
1,414.55 


24,184.88 

23,236.74 

5,550.13 

3,500.00 

6,560.28 


2,374.19 


Meters 


1,964.13 


Street light equipment, regular. . . . 
Street light equipment, ornamental 


546.24 


Miscellaneous construction expense 
Steam or hydraulic plant 


13,168.36 


395.45 


691.36 


Old plant 


55,495.72 






927.92 




Other plants not distributed 




















Total plant 


789,946.57 


440,038.65 
24,130.4,9 


55,225.93 

683.68 

12,100.00 

5,058.82 

2,911.26 

14,250.18 

34,414.01 


144,726.67 
3,966.03 


13,437.37 


Bank and cash balance 


870.96 


Securities and investments. . 




5,500.00 


Accounts receivable 


54,575.66 
20,873.49 


12,611.23 


4,282.86 
139.58 


29.03 


Inventories 




Sinking fund on local debentures. 




Equity in H-E.P.C. systems 

Other assets 


290,686.22 
3,256.75 


72,344.99 


42,800.62 
266.48 


4,749.92 










Total assets 


1,159,338.69 


549,125.36 


124,643.88 


196,182.24 


24,587.28 


Deficit 
















Total 


1,159,338.69 


549,125.36 


124,643.88 


196,182.24 


24,587.28 






Liabilities 

Debenture balance 


149,889.45 
24,786.13 
17,783.56 
13,128.42 


206,800.27 
21,631.10 


25,000.00 


57,886.77 


3,779.59 


Accounts payable 


481.16 


Bank overdraft . . . 








Other liabilities 


24,254.35 


25.00 


3,628.00 


52.00 






Total liabilities . . , 


205,587.56 


252,685.72 


25,025.00 


61,514.77 


4,312.75 






Reserves 

For equity in H-E.P.C. systems. . . 
For depreciation 


290,686.22 

109,506.97 

1,179.39 


72,344.99 

55,549.13 

4,537.49 


34,414.01 

16,824.10 

1,106.96 


42,800.62 
16,695.79 


4,749.92 
2,052.58 


Other reserves . . . 










Total reserves 


401,372.58 


132,431.61 


52,345.07 


59,496.41 


6,802.50 






Surplus 

Debentures paid 


188,110.55 


83,768.00 




17,548.13 


5,720.41 


Local sinking fund 


14,250.18 
33,023.63 




Operating surplus 


364,268.00 


80,240.03 


57,622.93 


7,751.62 






Total surplus 


552,378.55 


164,008.03 


47,273.81 


75,171.06 


13,472.03 






Total liabilities, reserves and surplus 


1,159,338.69 


549,125.36 


124,643.88 


196,182.24 


24,587.28 


Percentage of net debt to total assets 


22.4 


53.0 


14.1 


38.4 


21.7 



933 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



289 



"A"— Continued 

Hydro Municipalities as at December 31, 1932 



Stamford 
Twp. 


Stouffville 
1,117 


Stratford 
18,626 . 


Strathroy 
2,870 


Sutton 
805 


Tavistock 
995 


Tecumseh 
2,550 


Thames- 
ford 
P.V. 


$ c 
7,196.71 


$• c 


$ c 
135,191.94 
136,903.15 
153,065. 2£ 


$ c 

7,149. 9£ 

21,776.34 

48,594.87 


$ c 


$ c 
234.02 


$ c 


$ c. 


37,384.60 










123,547.02 


12,510.41 


19,430.71 


13,273.34 


34,441.2 = 


7,640.10 


43,259.02 

30,318.78 

9,155.30 


3,903.57 
3,879.57 
1,445.52 


93,773.32 

85,843.72 
21,744.56 


18,790.72 

14,240.28 

5,731.38 


6,631.75 
5,461.49 
1,517.43 


6,230.58 

4,693.16 

931.82 


10,039.1* 
10,544.85 


2,625.63 

2,465.36 

332.25 




4,760.95 
1,262.48 




11,608.58 


525.16 


18,077.36 


2,283.4,5 


1,595.44 


599.27 


273.17 


13,743.66 


3,866.37 


16,150.00 


12,343.15 


675.00 
































276,213.67 
370.00 


26,130.60 

2,543.01 
5,000.00 
1,202.70 


660,749.35 

600.00 

21,900.00 

56,160.48 

10,000.06 

193,012.03 

307,773.52 


130,910.17 
6,528.14 


35,311.82 
2,411.21 


25,962.19 

1,132.76 

3,799.01 

215.95 


61,048.71 


13,336.51 

762.10 






7,500.00 


16,501.95 

7,241.87 


6,165.11 

2,748.76 


2,036.29 


4,191.37 


456.71 














42,365.49 
4,179.96 


6,715.70 
43.01 


42,752.87 
393 . 09 


6,040.27 


21,646.60 


11,721.69 


8,670.56 
24.35 














346,872.94 


41,640.02 


1,250,195.44 


189,498.14 


45,799.59 


52,756.51 


76,961.77 


30,750.23 


















346,872.94 


41,640.02 


1,250,195.44 


189,498.14 


45,799.59 


52,756.51 


76,961.77 


30,750.23 


181,589.85 
1,057.66 


8,141.29 


412,000.00 


36,070.86 


17,638.16 
3,232.50 


3,863.55 
563.60 


16,106.84 

966.28 

■ 8,533.12 


1,868.68 


1,455.84 




9,922.27 
1,648.31 






3,696.60 




393 . 09 


71.60 




4,760.95 


24.35 










187,799.95 


8,141.29 


423,570.58 


36,463.95 


20,942.26 


4,427.15 


30,367.19 


1,893.03 


42,365.49 

18,921.58 

1,465.65 


6,715.70 
1,685.29 


307,773.52 

190,362.56 

2,042.84 


42,752.87 

19,822.44 

425 . 00 


6,040.27 
4,055.22 


21,646.60 
6,759.71 


11,721.69 

8,894.26 

316.30 


8,670.56 
4,161.78 












62,752.72 


8,400.99 


500,178.92 


63,000.31 


10,095.49 


28,406.31 


20,932.25 


12,832.34 






43,800.00 

193,012.03 

89,633.91 


30,161.14 




2,136.45 


9,893.16 


3,489.35 


37,631.95 


14,698.76 


59,872.74 


6,400.00 


17,786.60 


15,769.17 


12,535.51 


96,320.27 


25,097.74 


326,445.94 


90,033.88 


14,761.84 


19,923.05 


25,662.33 


16,024.86 


346,872.94 


41,640.02 


1,250,195.44 


189,498.14 


45,799.59 


52,756.51 


76,961.77 


30,750.23 


61.6 


23.3 


30.8 


24.6 


52.7 


• 14.2 


42.3 


8.4 



290 



TWENTY-FIFTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 26 



STATEMENT 
Balance Sheets of Electrical Departments of 



NIAGARA 
SYSTEM— Contin ued 



Municipality 


Thames- 
ville 
786 


Thedford 
515 


Thorndale 
P.V. 


Thorold 
5,068 


Tilbury 
1,929 


Population 


Assets 

Lands and buildings 


$ c. 
681.69 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 
9,892.59 


$ c. 
969.46 


Substation equipment 








Distribution system — overhead . . . 
Distribution system — underground 


11,734.70 


9,218.89 


3,240.45 


30,630.64 


14,682.92 


Line transformers 

Meters 

Street light equipment, regular. . . . 
Street light equipment, ornamental 


5,160.49 
3,862.01 
1,379.42 


3,303.91 

2,170.67 

885.46 


1,559.98 

1,731.49 

181 . f9 


14,432.74 

20,175.55 

2,762.69 


12,417.77 
7,359.49 
1,001.16 


Miscellaneous construction expense 
Steam or hydraulic plant 


1,020.21 


1,623.61 


310.45 


5,225.25 
13,175.95 


1,474.82 


Old plant 


4,445.68 


433.78 




3,049.47 


Other plants not distributed 




















Total plant 


28,284.20 

3,225.32 

5,000.00 

126.33 


17,636.32 

913.42 
1,000.00 
1,243.49 


7,023.56 
912.01 


96,295.41 
9,272.01 


40,955 . 09 


Bank and cash balance 


1,898.61 


Securities and investments 


10,000.00 


Accounts receivable 


710.26 


3,803.08 
42.29 


2,053.80 


Inventories 




Sinking fund on local debentures. . 










Equity in H-E.P.C. systems 

Other assets 


8,597.77 
31.33 


4,202.55 


4,719.84 


39,415.26 
269.00 


22,403.90 
64.54 










Total assets 


45,264.95 


24,995.78 


13,365.67 


149,097.05 


77,375.94 


Deficit 
















Total 


45,264.95 


24,995.78 


13,365.67 


149,097.05 


77,375.94 






Liabilities 

Debenture balance , 


4,729.43 
188.03 


9,784.53 
2,169.99 


1,520.19 
457.11 




7,299.22 


Accounts payable 


5,638.40 




Bank overdraft 




Other liabilities . . 


ioi.66 


10.00 




1,493.50 










Total liabilities 


5,018.46 


11,964.52 


1,977.30 


7,131.90 


7,299.22 






Reserves 

For equity in H-E.P.C. systems. . . 
For depreciation 


8,597.77 
5,424.95 


4,202.55 
1,706.53 


4,719.84 
2,406.99 


39,415.26 
21,765.62 


22,403.90 
9,372.26 


Other reserves 
















Total reserves 


14,022.72 


5,909.08 


7,126.83 


61,180.88 


31,776.16 






Surplus 

Debentures paid 


6,458.37 


6,715.47 


1,566.29 


5,000.00 


6,700.78 


Local sinking fund 




Operating surplus 


19,765.40 


406.71 


2,695.25 


75,784.27 


31,599.78 






Total surplus 


26,223.77 


7,122.18 


4,261.54 


80,784.27 


38,300 56 






Total liabilities, reserves and surplus 


45,264.95 


24,995.78 


13,365.67 


149,097.05 


77,375.94 


Percentage of net debt to total assets 


13.6 


57.5 


22.9 


6.5 


13.2 



1933 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



291 



"A"— Continued 

Hydro Municipalities as at December 31, 1932 



Tillson- 
burg 
3,287 


Toronto 
621,596 


Toronto 
Twp. 


Trafalgar 

Twp. 
Area No. 1 


Trafalgar 

Twp. 
Area No. 2 


Walkerville 
11,351 


Wallaceburg 
4,501 


$ c. 
6,918.30 


$ c. 
4,777,334.52 
15,039,319.66 
6,030,804.84 
3,959,553.25 
3,480,031.67 
2,928,031.78 
477,742.79 


$ c. 
6,366.13 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c 
147,518.53 
155,069.52 
152,176.54 


$ c. 
37,746.29 


13,937.52 






9,651.80 


40,493.73 


170,761.56 


20,151.33 


8,682.52 


57,026.33 


15,047.10 
15,994.64 
11,415.89 


46,380.08 

30,066.38 

3,717.44 


9,232.06 
4,741.17 


1,972.52 
1,181.74 


91,072.88 
69,168.81 


34,773.82 
19,355.58 
10,661.01 








187,172.22 
38,314.33 




3,088.65 


2,671,800.92 


3,188.25 


1,593.70 


318.66 


4,465 . 64 




3,559,088.87 


619.65 






18,335.05 


20,941.07 
























106,895.83 

50.00 
9,000 . 00 


42,923,708.30 
1,713,488.50 


261,099.49 

10,491.91 

10,000.00 

9,202.52 


35,718.26 

3,958.02 

" "383^97 


12,155.44 

1,424.34 

1,000.00 

401.25 


858,827.88 

37,431.91 

7,661.99 

125,493.16 

27,529.28 


194,621.54 
1,387.97 


3,774.95 
2,471.81 


1,421,498.61 

525,838.97 

5,797,940.49 

9,145,449.91 

39,433.54 


5,849.77 
3,009.02 












43,328.89 


42,166.16 
1,665.87 






320,310.18 
1,606.00 


92,757.37 


2,294.55 






1,500.37 










167,816.03 


61,567,358.32 


334,625.95 


40,060.25 


14,981.03 


1,378,860.41 


299,126.04 
















167,816.03 


61,567,358.32 


334,625.95 


40,060.25 


14,981.03 


1,378,860.41 


299,126.04 


11,171.10 
27.26 


27,689,250.00 
1,716,440.00 


66,054.19 
4,541.86 


13,543.52 


9,461.15 


153,042.74 
84,853.65 


47,293.71 
194.83 


1,968.56 








1,960.00 




1,665.87 






205,104.72 


1,500.37 












15,126,92 


29,405,690.00 


72,261.92 


13,543.52 


9,461.15 


443,001.11 


48,988.91 


43,328.89 


9,145,449.91 

6,827,418.78 

987,742.28 


42,166.16 

78,474.60 

862.42 






320,310.18 

110,581.30 

6,763.14 


92,757.37 


28,663.70 
495 . 20 


10,934.67 


900.00 


35,054.27 
44.74 










72,487.79 


16,960,610.97 


121,503.18 


10,934.67 


900.00 


437,654.62 


127,856.38 


24,828.90 


6,893,750.00 
5,797,940.49 
2,509,366.86 


37,945.81 


5,882.89 




146,216.26 


24,242.87 








55,372.42 


102,915.04 


9,699.17 


4,619.88 


351,988.42 


98,037.88 


80,201.32 


15,201,057.35 


140,860.85 


15,582.06 


4,619.88 


498,204.68 


122,280.75 


167,816.03 


61,567,358.32 


334,625.95 


40,060.25 


14,981.03 


1,378,860.41 


299,126.04 


12.1 


50.6 


24.2 


33.8 


63.2 


29.3 


23.1 



292 



TWENTY-FIFTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 26 



STATEMENT 
Balance Sheets of Electrical Departments of 



NIAGARA 

SYSTEM— Continued 



Municipality 


Wardsville 
182 


Water- 
down 
887 


Waterford 
1,096 


Waterloo 
8,550 


Watford 


Population 


915 






Assets 

Lands and buildings 


$ c. 


$ c. 
200 . 00 


$ c. 


$ c. 
14,454.37 
63,511.42 
89,016.23 


$ c. 


Substation equipment 








Distribution system — overhead . . . 
Distribution system — underground 
Line transformers 


5,003.72 


15,952.66 


15,772.78 


15,870.38 


1,695.49 

1,253.12 

519.36 


5,364.65 

5,589.87 

583.81 


7,144.55 
5,894.24 
3,231.62 


40,262.98 

34,817.28 

14,076.14 

3,106.80 

7,203.75 


5,286.79 

5,229.07 

807.31 


Meters 


Street light equipment, regular. . . . 
Street light equipment, ornamental 


Miscellaneous construction expense 
Steam or hvdraulic plant 


488.73 


470.04 


442.53 


2,136.89 


Old plant 


193.94 






24,160.67 


657.44 


Other plants not distributed. .*.... 




















Total plant 


9,154.36 


28,161.03 
294.21 


32,485.72 

1,026.17 

5,300.00 

688.44 


290,609.64 


29,987.88 
2,680.89 


Bank and cash balance 


Securities and investments 


1,000.00 
312.33 




4,000 . 00 


Accounts receivable 


2,487.86 


6,208.65 

800.41 

10,545.94 

128,459.61 


1,228.36 
25.79 


Inventories 


Sinking fund on local debentures. . 










Equity in H-E.P.C. systems 

Other assets 


1,637.38 


12,178.89 


15,561.36 


10,416.65 














Total assets 


12,104.07 


43,121.99 


55,061.69 


436,624.25 


48,339.57 


Deficit 
















Total 


12,104.07 


43,121.99 


55,061.69 


436,624.25 


48,339 57 






Liabilities 

Debenture balance 


4,306.24 
323.54 
347.76 






57,077.03 


2,257.61 


Accounts payable 


974.26 


1,746.63 


996.22 


Bank overdraft 


4,352.14 
3,106.80 




Other liabilities 


70.00 














Total liabilities 


4,977.54 


1,044.26 


1,746.63 


64,535.97 


3,253.83 






Reserves 

For equity in H-E.P.C. systems. . . 

For depreciation 

Other reserves 


1,637.38 
1,677.84 


12,178.89 
5,994.04 


15,561.36 

8,100.52 


128,459.61 

86,894.72 

200.00 


10,416.65 
4,991.84 












Total reserves 


3,315.22 


18,172.93 


23,661.88 


215,554.33 


15,408.49 


Surplus 

Debentures paid 


3,256.16 


8,000.00 


7,745 53 


48,922.97 
10,545.94 
97,065.04 


7,455.60 


Local sinking fund 




Operating surplus 


555.15 


15,904.80 


21,907.65 


22,221.65 




Total surplus 


3,811.31 


23,904.80 


29,653.18 


156,533.95 


29,677.25 






Total liabilities, reserves and surplus 


12,104.07 


43,121.99 


55,061.69 


436,624.25 


48,339.57 


Percentage of net debt to total assets 


47.5 


3.3 


4.4 


20.9 


8.5 



933 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



293 



"A"— Continued 

Hydro Municipalities as at December 31, 1932 



Welland 
10,338 


Wellesley 
P.V. 


West Lome 
812 


Weston 
4,618 


Wheatley 
765 


Windsor 
68,079 


Wood- 

bridge 

786 


Wood- 
stock 
10,840 


$ c. 
73,059 45 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 
11,770.81 
32,737.85 
59,806.62 


$ c. 


$ c. 
312,212.24 
678,204.73 
754,235.40 
141,658.25 
349,099.71 
329,122.40 
37,377.41 
693,788.56 
127,237.65 


$ c. 


$ c. 
35,489.71 


56,576.25 










93,838.15 


130,578.94 
7,464 61 


5,633.60 


11,296.93 


14,524.19 


16,552.32 


99,966.25 


56,783.26 

55,495.16 

4,236.59 

27,252.86 


2,153.50 

2,398.90 

545.11 


4,138.99 

3,091.23 

636.97 


35,332.30 
21,969.23 
30,052.76 


4,443.64 
3,897.39 
1,591.76 


5,768.98 

4,273.32 

423.26 


54,503.36 
53,016.99 
15,068.12 


11,310.87 


102.05 


347.14 


6,713.73 


832.51 


838.20 


3,198.77 


51,070.78 




1,250.00 




2,569.50 


141,990.11 
































473,828.77 

7,450.89 
29,772.00 


10,833.16 
1,308.60 


20,761.26 
3,076.27 


198,383.30 
4,797.19 


27,858.99 

1,384.34 

1,500.00 

793.56 


3,564,926.46 

275.00 
117,269.80 
147,639.32 
86,966.55 
115,296.06 
951,295.58 
7,330.67 


27,856.08 
714.81 


355,081.35 

35,671.82 
61,000.00 


10,958.49 
17,864.87 


29.39 


312.50 
93.07 


6,285.98 
197.93 


177.24 


8,370.45 
645.08 


99,876.98 








47,938.76 


143,466.51 
4,438.28 


9,055.32 


15,679.40 


113,783.85 


5,501.81 
34.40 


14,439.00 


188,447.32 
5,180.98 














787,656.79 


21,226.47 


39,922.50 


323,448.25 


37,073.10 


4,990,999.44 


43,187.13 


702,335.76 


















787,656.79 


21,226.47 


39,922.50 


323,448.25 


37,073.10 


4,990,999.44 


43,187.13 


702,335.76 


263,118.67 
38,570.44 


2,265.78 
229.63 


5,402.34 
561.17 


41,427.56 


8,803.31 
149.04 


1,415,144.16 

58,342.96 

30,400.96 

747,735.39 


5,332.02 
. 3,927.14 


77,339.26 








33,632.31 






2,088.30 




186.84 


5,180.98 












335,321.42 


2,495.41 


5,963.51 


43,515.86 


8,952.35 


2,251,623.47 


9,446.00 


82,520.24 


143,466.51 

104,910.30 

1,845.00 


9,055.32 
2,184.06 


15,679.40 
5,190.14 


113,783.85 
27,106.70 


5,501.81 
2,378.32 


951,295.58 
346,931.38 
131,766.25 


14,439.00 
6,469.79 


188,447.32 

117,266.14 

13,060.93 
















250,221.81 


11,239.38 


20,869.54 


140,890.55 


7,880.13 


1,429,993.21 


20,908.79 


318,774.39 


35,881.33 
99,876.98 


5,234.22 


2,597.66 


28,604.88 


4,196.69 


574,855.87 
115,296.06 
619,230.83 


3,167.95 


50,046.37 
47,938.76 


66,355.25 


2,257.46 


10,491.79 


110,436.96 


16,043.93 


9,664.39 


203,056.00 


202,113.56 


7,491.68 


13,089.45 


139,041.84 


20,240.62 


1,309,382.76 


12,832.34 


301,041.13 


787,656.79 


21,226.47 


39,922.50 


323,448.25 


37,073.10 


4,990,999.44 


43,187.13 


702,335.76 


59.5 


20.5 


24.6 


20.8 


28.3 


44.6 


32.9 


6.3 



294 



TWENTY-FIFTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 26 



STATEMENT 
Balance Sheets of Electrical Departments of 



NIAGARA 
SYSTEM— Goncl uded 



Municipality 


Wyoming 
475 


York Twp. 


Zurich 
P.V. 


NIAGARA 


Population 


SYSTEM 
SUMMARY 


Assets 

Lands and buildings 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 
8,156,363.65 


Substation equipment 








20,863,137.97 


Distribution system — overhead . . . 
Distribution system — underground 
Line transformers 


7,301.92 


764,501.12 


6,932.37 


16,726,583.46 
5,406,481.98 


1,257.61 

2,295.58 

283.92 




1,643.52 

2,270.21 

471.82 


8,098,091.12 


Meters 




6,853,468.45 


Street light equipment, regular. . . . 
Streetlight equipment, ornamental. 


49,913.60 


1,635,153.98 
1,539,290.34 


Miscellaneous construction expense 
Steam or hydraulic plant. 


805 . 20 


19,070.96 


240.77 


3,748,300.89 
13,175.95 


Old plant ... 






150.00 


4,378,852.20 


Other plants not distributed 






200,000.00 












Total plant 


11,944.23 
201.82 


833,485.68 
96,574.15 


11,708.69 

306.26 

2,000.00 

581.85 


77,618,899.99 


Bank and cash balance 


2,676,940.73 


Securities and investments. . 


699,559.69 


Accounts receivable 


54.20 




3,147,971.29 


Inventories 




1,082,944.30 


Sinking fund on local debentures. . 








7,680,092.01 


Equity in H-E.P.C. systems 


3,989.73 




6,865.12 
21.30 


20,663,398.10 


Other assets 


13,077.68 


156,912.22 








Total assets 


16,189.98 
2,303.27 


943,137.51 


21,483.22 


113,726,718.33 


Deficit 


13,730.48 










Total 


18,493.25 


943,137.51 


21,483.22 


113,740,448.81 






Liabilities 

Debenture balance 


2,389.55 
735.88 


432,378.39 
885 . 10 


3,917.47 


40,522,301.69 


Accounts payable 


2,866,548.71 


Bank overdraft 




152,636.59 


Other liabilities 






15.00 


3,682,168.71 










Total liabilities 


3,125.43 


433,263.49 


3,932.47 


47,223,655.70 






Reserves 

For equity in H-E.P.C. systems. . . 
For depreciation 


3,989.73 
4,067.64 




6,865.12 
3,701.29 


20,663,398.10 


125,808.53 


12,419,822.83 


Other reserves . 


1,532,276.37 












Total reserves 


8,057.37 


125,808.53 


10,566.41 


34,615,497.30 






Surplus 

Debentures paid 


7,310.45 


167,621.61 


1,674.14 


12,865,100.14 


Local sinking fund 


7,680,092.01 


Operating surplus 




216,443.88 


5,310.20 


11,356,103.66 








Total surplus 


7,310.45 


384,065.49 


6,984.34 


31,901,295.81 






Total liabilities, reserves and surplus 


18,493.25 


943,137.51 


21,483.22 


113,74,0,448.81 


Percentage of net debt to total assets 


25.6 


45.9 


26.9 


46.3 



933 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



295 



' 'A"— Continued 

Hydro Municipalities as at December 31, 1932 



GEORGIAN BAY 
SYSTEM 



Alliston 
1,367 


Arthur 
993 


Barrie 
7,411 


Beaverton 
931 


Beeton 

552 


Bradford 
964 


Brechin 
P.V. 


Canning- 
ton 
856 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 
14,199.11 
15,189.30 
55,718.44 
66,437.67 
42,184.26 
39,509.69 
12,063.80 


$ c. 
299.50 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


675.73 




428.50 
11,688.77 


388.50 
19,060.00 






26,668.52 


17,142.31 


20,266.65 


1,789.59 


9,832.02 


7,037.73 
7,003.83 
1,469.44 


3,925.03 

3,347.12 

767.21 


6,555.24 
5,642.44 
1,085.23 


2,188.63 
1,821.78 
1,169.54 


4,072.65 

3,803.39 

544.95 


1,126.71 
688.19 
212.44 


4,156.88 

4,214.51 

770.00 


2,593.09 


363 . 89 


7,896.10 


2,355.31 


1,433.38 


1,828.94 


546.92 


632.33 


7,846.49 


1,086.62 


42,634.32 


3,772.42 








3,609.37 




























53,294.83 
1,270.58 


26,632.18 
312.90 


295,832.69 
50.00 


39,976.79 

2,183.18 
9,000.00 
1,307.35 


18,730.60 
632.46 


29,698.43 

506.43 
1,000.00 
2,567.23 

101.68 


4,363.85 
460.70 


23,215.11 

805.15 
1,326.62 


1,948.70 
31.28 


179.38 


13,293.63 
499.55 


864.64 
11.81 


913.54 


679.04 
200.97 










9,858.77 


9,596.06 


63,832.24 
971.68 


11,158.49 
45.96 


7,764.36 


8,568.79 
53.30 


4,365.24 


8,245.23 












66,404.16 


36,720.52 
10,294.33 


374,479.79 


63,671.77 


28,003.87 
1,394.00 


42,495.86 


10,103.33 


34,472.12 














66,404, 16 


47,014.85 


374,479.79 


63,671.77 


29,397.87 


42,495.86 


10,103.33 


34,472.12 


27,372.16 
1,255.15 


18,363.40 
2,359.26 


29,489.54 

•26,555.75 

13,855.42 

15.00 


7,203.46 
71.31 


10,575.18 
844.95 


19,018.37 
608.17 


2,251.55 
... 380.94 


8,576.02 
46.11 






400.50 




184.16 


21.85 












28,627.31 


20,722.66 


69,915.71 


7,675.27 


11,420.13 


19,810.70 


2,654.34 


8,622.13 


9,858.77 
11,861.34 


9,596.06 
10,059.53 


63,832.24 

53,460.69 

900.00 


11,158.49 
10,560.90 


7,764.36 

5,788.56 


8,568.79 
6,685.59 


4,365.24 
1,526.18 


8,245.23 
6,730.75 
















21,720.11 


19,655.59 


118,192.93 


21,719.39 


13,552.92 


15,254.38 


5,891.42 


14,975.98 


12,627.84 


6,636.60 


78,510.46 


7,796.54 


4,424.82 


6,181.63 


959.37 


6,423.98 


3,428.90 




107,860.69 


26,430.57 




1,249.15 


598.20 


4,450.03 










16,056.74 


6,636.60 


186,371.15 


34,277.11 


4,424.82 


7,430.78 


1,557.57 


10,874.01 


66,404.16 


47,014.85 


374,479.79 


63,671.77 


29,397.87 


42,495.86 


10,103.33 


34,472.12 


50.6 


76.4 


22.5 


14.6 


56.4 


58.4 


46.3 


32.8 



296 



TWENTY-FIFTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 26 



STATEMENT 
Balance Sheets of Electrical Departments of 



GEORGIAN BAY 
SYSTEM— Gontin ued 



Municipality 


Chats- 
worth 
263 


Chesley 
1,804 


Coldwater 
641 


Colling- 
wood 
5,730 


Cooks- 


Population 


town 
P.V. 


Assets 

Lands and buildings 


$ c. 
221.00 


$ c. 


$ c. 
275.00 


$ c. 
15,950.08 
11,203.24 
47,682.09 


$ c. 
60.00 


Substation equipment 


595.98 
19,871.35 


392 95 


Distribution system — overhead . . . 
Distribution system — underground 
Line transformers 


4,452.10 


7,478.22 


9,065.60 


1,014.91 

1,280.23 

529.17 


6,781.32 
6,580.53 
1,173.68 


2,779.67 

2,912.06 

440.68 


17,011.28 

22,144.71 

2,876.90 


2,100.62 


Meters 


2,055.84 


Street light equipment, regular 

Street light equipment, ornamental 
Miscellaneous construction expense 
Steam or hydraulic plant. . 


694.21 


385.90 


3,301.82 


145 . 03 


6,452.48 


1.520.03 


Old plant 




5,503.60 








Other plants not distributed. . . 






















Total plant 


7,883.31 
3,064.78 


43,808.28 

15.00 

10,000.00 

2,649.10 

286.36 


14,030.66 

1,387.98 
4,000.00 
1,810.30 


123,320.78 

100.00 

27,000.00 

2,209.21 

619.95 


15,889.25 


Bank and cash balance 


1.734.00 


Securities and investments . . 




Accounts receivable 


118.72 


680.97 


Inventories 




Sinking fund on local debentures. . 

Equity in H-E.P.C. systems 

Other assets 


2,942.95 
2,008.79 






16,598.17 
91.53 


6,413.08 


73,708.51 


2,352.76 












Total assets 


16,018.55 


73,448.44 


27,642.02 


226,958.45 


20.656.98 


Deficit 


575.96 














Total 


16,018.55 


73,448.44 


27,642.02 


226,958.45 


21.232.94 


Liabilities 

Debenture balance 


4,681.28 
95.78 


6,965.15 

287.62 

1,419.0? 


3,897.57 
876.51 




6,839.23 


Accounts payable 

Bank overdraft 






6,465.59 
1,806.84 




Other liabilities 




51.00 












Total liabilities 


4,777.06 


8,671.78 


4,825.08 


8,272.43 


6.839.23 






Reserves 

For equity in H-E.P.C. systems. . . 

For depreciation 

Other reserves 


2,008.79 
2,653.06 


16,598.17 
12,604.48 


6,413.08 
6,434.01 


73,708.51 
37,263.44 


2,352.76 
5,380.18 














Total reserves 


4,661.85 


29,202.65 




110,971.95 








Debentures paid 


718.72 
2,942.95 
2,917.97 


20,534.85 


3,102.43 


42,604.59 


6,660.77 


Local sinking fund 




Operating surplus 


15,039.16 


6,867.42 


65,109.48 








Total surplus 


6,579.64 


35,574.01 


9,969.85 


107,714.07 


6.660.77 






Total liabilities, reserves and surplus 


16,018.55 


73,448.44 


27,642.02 


226,958.45 


21,232.94 


Percentage of net debt to total assets 


16.6 


15.3 


22.7 


5.4 


37.3 



933 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



297 



44 A"— Continued 

Hydro Municipalities as at December 31, 1932 



Creemore 
606 


Dundalk 
655 


Durham 
1,779 


Elmvale 
P.V. 


Elmwood 
P.V. 


Flesherton 
462 


Grand 

Valley 

570 


Graven- 
hurst 
1,896 


$ c. 


$ c 


$ c. 

56.59 

546.02 

21,743.46 


$ c. 
106.25 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 
36.50 


$ c. 
3,521.42 










6,372.35 


7,301.01 


7,608.11 


10,439.35 


4,812.76 


5,446.88 


11,341.14 


26,011.70 


3,171.36 

2,901.36 

295.27 


3,233.53 
2,494.99 
1,082.10 


6,833.51 
6,521.44 
1,381.46 


3,881.66 

3,254.07 

447.17 


803.88 
982.76 
302.28 


1,802.52 

2,146.28 

633.62 


2,179.63 

2,647.80 

503 . 83 


7,139.17 
8,944.87 
,3,904.71 


279.27 


439.38 


1,765.09 


510.13 


1,093.62 


926.82 


205.70 


2,183.15 


3,433.74 


380.94 


2,091.39 








919.85 


26,976.29 




























17,382.01 
415.33 


15,239.05 

739.80 

3,000.00 

75.68 

32.59 


40,938.96 

1,317.63 

11,000.00 

947.32 

95.81 


18,638.63 

1,181.52 

2,000.00 

561.49 


7,995.30 
1,079.27 


. 10,956.12 
1,945.57 


17,834.45 

1,250.00 

2,694.48 

828.49 


85,053.66 
880.72 


831.28 


705.69 


945 . 80 
20.64 


4,441.68 
655.03 






362.88 

1,772.52 
16.10 




7,314.01 


5,979.53 


5,643.69 


15,948.30 


8,130.66 


3,215.25 
19.51 


5,858.71 


10,059.93 














24,608.15 


24,730.81 


70,248.02 


30,512.30 


11,931.76 


17,102.89 


28,466.13 


108,405.03 


















24,608.15 


24,730.81 


70,248.02 


30,512.30 


11,931.76 


17,102.89 


28,466.13 


108,405.03 


1,039.1,5 
2,226.52 


1,130.41 
702.92 


4,540.10 
. 3,750.90 


3,516.15 
4,55.36 


3,043.54 
18.05 


3,981.86 
325.18 


3,323'. 13 
1,356.09 


13,348.50 
2,310.46 


































3,265.67 


1,833.33 


8,291.00 


3,971.51 


3,061.59 


4,307.04 


4,679.22 


15,658.96 


5,979.53 
2,822.04 


5,643.69 
3,490.94 


15,948.30 
9,048.55 


8,130.66 
6,046.79 


1,772.52 
2,502.38 


3,215.25 
3,367.53 


5,858.71 
4,723.18 


10,059.93 

15,514.18 

500.00 


















8.801.57 


9,134.63 


24,996.85 


14,177.45 


4,274.90 


6,582.78 


10,581.89 


26,074.11 


5,460.85 


5,206.49 


21,259.90 


3,483.85 


4,156.46 

362.88 

75.93 


2,718.14 


7,676.87 


50,619.94 
7,314.01 


7,080.06 


8,556.36 


15,700.27 


8,879.49 


3,494.93 


5,528.15 


8,738.01 


12.540.91 


13,762.85 


36,960.17 


12,363.34 


4,595 . 27 


6,213.07 


13,205.02 


66,671.96 


24,608.15 


24,730.81 


70,248.02 


30,512.30 


11,931.76 


17,102.89 


28,466.13 


108,405.03 


17.5 


9.6 


15.3 


17.7 


27.5 


31.0 


20.7 


17.2 



298 



TWENTY-FIFTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 26 



STATEMENT 
Balance Sheets of Electrical Departments of 



GEORGIAN BAY 
SYSTEM— Contin ued 



Municipality 

Population 


Hanover 
3,102 


Holstein 
P.V. 


Huntsville 
2,946 


Kincardine 
2,487 


Kirkfield 
P.V. 






Assets 

Lands and buildings 


$ c. 

3,001.32 

9,271.19 

48,804.72 


$ c. 


$ c. 

353.52 

647.30 

13,599.63 


$ c. 

6,389.46 

2,794.20 

41,812.30 


$ c. 


Substation equipment 






Distribution system — overhead . . . 
Distribution system — underground 


2,102.68 


5,113.67 


Line transformers 


16,896.78 

15,266.87 

2,326.30 


555.22 
514.82 
168.69 


6,420.12 
8,388.11 
2,262.52 


10,747.62 

10,165.44 

5,200.12 


557.90 


Meters 

Street light equipment, regular. . . . 
Street light equipment, ornamental 


630.49 
379.00 


Miscellaneous construction expense 
Steam or hydraulic plant 


5,362.52 


205.93 


625 . 20 


5,492.30 


301.53 


Old plant .'..'. 


2,370.91 




5,436.20 






Other plants not distributed. ..... 




















Total plant 


103,300.61 

1,704.59 

26,979.07 

712.21 

140.61 


3,547.34 
187.70 


37,732.60 

4,145.67 

10,000.00 

3,321.10 

1,417.05 


82,601.44 
50.00 


6,982.59 


Bank and cash balance 


854.12 


Securities and investments 




Accounts receivable 


81.19 
54.81 


2,842.69 
1,426.07 


91.83 


Inventories. . 




Sinking fund on local debentures. 




Equity in H-E.P.C. systems 

Other assets 


41,326.56 


1,861.02 


26,959.82 
139.95 


15,686.70 
325.51 


1,559.23 










Total assets 


174,163.65 


5,732.06 
4,716.26 


83,716.19 


102,932.41 


9,487.77 


Deficit 


1,241.22 












Total 


174,163.65 


10,448.32 


83,716.19 


102,932.41 


10,728.99 






Liabilities 

Debenture balance. 


39,270.43 
2,200.54 


439 . 33 

4,775.07 


3,080.07 
278.32 


34,270.83 

4,170.23 

591.07 


3,248.53 


Accounts pavable 


1,371.69 


Bank overdraft 




Other liabilities 






465.00 














Total liabilities 


41,470.97 


5,214.40 


3,823.39 


39,032.13 


4,620.22 






Reserves 

For equity in H-E.P.C. systems. . . 
For depreciation 


41,326.56 
33,795.33 


1,861.02 
1,050.18 


26,959.82 
11,298.59 


15,686.70 
13,634.80 


1,559.23 
1,798.07 


Other reserves . 
















Total reserves 


75,121.89 


2,911.20 


38,258.41 


29,321.50 


3,357.30 






Surplus 

Debentures paid 


48,229.57 


2,322.72 


18,053.47 


29,929.17 


2,751.47 


Local sinking fund . . . 




Operating surplus 


9,341.22 




23,580.92 


4,649.61 










Total surplus 


57,570.79 


2,322.72 


41,634.39 


34,578.78 


2,751.47 






Total liabilities, reserves and surplus 


174,163.65 


10,448.32 


83,716.19 


102,932.41 


10,728.99 


Percentage of net debt to total assets 


31.2 


134.7 


6.7 


44.7 


58.3 



1933 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



299 



"A"— Continued 

Hydro Municipalities as at December 31, 1932 



Lucknow 
1,067 


Markdale 
819 


Meaford 

2,726 


Midland 
7,802 


Mount 
Forest 
1,914 


Neustadt 
448 


Orange- 
ville 
2,764 


Owen 
Sound 
12,673 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 

1,104.93 

2,398.85 

29,638.30 


$ c. 
19,036.05 
85,096.20 
93,317.60 


$ c. 

3,725.00 

686.75 

22,558.14 


$ c. 


$ c. 

2,585.07 

1,169.00 

31,377.91 


$ c. 
25,978.31 




780.80 
10,514.30 




12,919.97 


16,914.41 


9,970.79 


105,508.69 


4,005.04 
4,583.58 
1,391.17 


4,151.7.4 
3,244.99 
1,314.08 


7,214.59 
6,946.23 
3,215.81 


22,014.66 
35,725.47 
18,712.15 


6,594.59 
7,148.97 
2,302.55 


3,543.69 

2,017.85 

496.41 


6,906.74 
10,979.07 
1,396.02 
6,064.59 
6,278.37 


46,486.72 
55,575.55 
27,532.69 


2,286.02 


690.93 


2,083.58 


6,016.32 


2,160.00 


1,521.48 


4,422.51 
33,282.00 




2,080.65 


3,486.68 




3,810.95 


1,097.60 


3,204.99 


























29,180.22 
2,790.60 


22,777.49 

784.52 

"65i!67 
90.08 


56,088.97 

1,635.87 

16,300.54 

1,614.15 


279,918.45 

5,244.95 
29,000.00 
19,933.78 

4,349.02 


. 48,986.95 


18,647.82 
11.92 


69,961.76 

988 . 03 
2,500.00 
1,274.45 

287.40 


311,706.44 
384.15 


2,000.00 


8,000.00 

203 . 64 

36.00 


3,893.33 


1,181.43 


115.23 
27.20 


6,600.08 
11,701.70 






14,000.00 


7,910.85 
60.85 


4,372.15 


10,755.29 


112,966.08 
1,857.38 


14,496.96 


4,972.87 


18,393.70 
153.14 


88,384- 18 














43,123.95 


28,675.31 


86,394.82 


453,269.66 


71,723.55 


23,775.04 
14,863.89 


93,558.48 


436,669.88 
















43,123.95 


28,675.31 


86,394.82 


453,269.66 


71,723.55 


38,638.93 


93,558.48 


436,669.88 


11,764.64 
22.62 


5,788.87 
71.52 


35,832.33 


35,152.54 
43,749.40 


12,357.55 

2,925.96 

783.07 


7,728.67 
10,682.3.7 


10,299.85 
1,000.00 


14,000.00 










20.00 


680.19 


662.56 






2,432.94 












11,787.26 


5,880.39 


36,512.52 


79,564.50 


16,066.58 


18,411.04 


11,299.85 


16,432.94 


7,910.85 
4,692.65 


4,372.15 
4,395.90 


10,755.29 
8,086.68 


112,966.08 
102,454.05 


14,496.96 
13,028.12 


4,972.87 
5,983.69 


18,393.70 
18,043.98 


88,384.18 
52,482.13 


















12,603.50 


8,768.05 


18,841.97 


215,420.13 


27,525.08 


10,956.56 


36,437.68 


140,866.31 


7,958.72 


3,211.13 


13,527.87 


76,917.45 


18,601.05 


9,271.33 


25,600.15 


127,000.00 
14,000.00 


10,774.47 


10,815.74 


17,512.46 


81,367.58 


9,530.84 




20,220.80 


138,370.63 








18,733.19 


14,026.87 


31,040.33 


158,285.03 


28,131.89 


9,771.33 


45,820.95 


279,370.63 


43,123.95 


28,675.31 


86,394.82 


453,269.66 


71,723.55 


38,638.93 


93,558.48 


436,669 . 88 


33.5 


24.2 


48.3 


23.4 


28.1 


97.9 


15.0 


0.7 



300 



TWENTY-FIFTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 26 



STATEMENT 
Balance Sheets of Electrical Departments of 



GEORGIAN BAY 
SYSTEM— Continued 



Municipality 


Paisley 
693 


Penetang- 

uishene 

4,046 


Port 
Elgin 
1,300 


Port 

McNicoll 

875 


Port 


Population 


Perrv 
1,130 






Assets 

Lands and buildings 


$ c. 


$ c. 

2,151.00 

7,076.39 

41,208.17 


$ c. 
86.25 


$ c. 
202.60 


$ c. 


Substation equipment 


1,933.26 
11,462.94 


2,564.65 


Distribution system — overhead . . . 
Distribution system — underground 
Line transformers 


25,180.81 


7,403.68 


18,899.72 


1,602.53 
2,899.07 
1,045.51 


15,499.02 

13,526.73 

3,510.13 


5,062.84 
5,848.74 
2,027.10 


1,322.48 

2,497.83 

232.99 


4,391.61 
3,836.86 
1,037.90 


Meters 


Street light equipment, regular. . . . 
Street light equipment, ornamental 
Miscellaneous construction expense 
Steam or hydraulic plart 


742.60 


1,700.00 


823.62 


643.43 


359.42 


Old plant 


1,745.00 




4,352.00 






Other plants not distributed. 






















Total plant 


21,430. 91 

1,665.20 

2,500.00 

197.87 


84,671.44 


43,381.36 

4,641.80 

4,000.00 

348.65 


12,303.01 

429.17 

"63i94 


31,090.16 
1 125 22 


Bank and cash balance 


Securities and investments 

Accounts receivable 


1,281.60 

2,556.55 

581.34 


11,946.66 
119 40 


Inventories 




Sinking fund on local debentures. . 










Equity in H-E.P.C. systems 

Other assets 


4,505.71 


32,818.37 


1,160.41 
48.73 


2,929.42 


6,682.44 












Total assets 


30,299.69 


121,909.30 


53,580.95 


15,725.54 


50,963.88 


Deficit 
















Total 


30,299.69 


121,909.30 


53,580.95 


15,725.54 


50,963.88 






Liabilities 

Debenture balance 


10,834.87 
1,141.50 


17,242.76 
3,801.66 
2,069.72 


40,729.80 
3,983.02 


2,554.68 
929.59 


15,708.80 


Accounts payable 


1,219.46 


Bank overdraft 








20.00 




170.00 












Total liabilities 


11,976.37 


23,114.14 


44,732.82 


3,484.27 


17,098.26 






Reserves 

For equity in H-E.P.C. systems. . . 
For depreciation . . 


4,505.71 
3,195.65 


32,818.37 
28,78444 


1,160.41 
1,358.18 


2,929.42 
3,919.45 


6,682.44 
5,050.41 


Other reserves 
















Total reserves 


7,701.36 


61,602.81 


2,518.59 


6,848.87 


11,732.85 






Surplus 

Debentures paid 


5,165.13 


23,757.24 


1,270.20 


4,745.32 


4,172.86 


Local sinking fund 




Operating surplus 


5,456.83 


13,435.11 


5,059.34 


647.08 


17,959.91 






Total surplus 


10,621.96 


37,192.35 


6,329.54 


5,392.4,0 


22,132.77 






Total liabilities, reserves and surplus 


30,299.69 


121,909.30 


53,580.95 


15,725.54 


50,963.88 


Percentage of net debt to total assets 


46.4 


25.9 


85.3 


27.2 


38.6 



1933 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



301 



4 'A"— Continued 

Hydro Municipalities as at December 31, 1932 





Priceville 
P.Y. 


Ripley 
450 


Rosseau 
291 


Shelburne 
1,129 


Southamp- 
ton 
1,660 


Stayner 
951 


Sunderland 
P.V. 


Tara 
454 


$ c. 
68.00 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 

800 . 00 

566.60 

14,703.90 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 










200.00 
11,576.32 






4,661.78 


9,975.19 


7,036.26 


17,290.97 


4,158.87 


10,941.22 


702.86 
380.00 
139.88 


3,540.24 

1,434.83 

844.33 


2,065.73 
948.71 
390.03 


5,643.20 
6,278.50 
1,059.60 


5,389.89 
6,902.86 
1,958.73 


5,036.75 

5,084.38 

966.80 


1,365.63 

1,998.01 

554.63 


1,895.40 

1,683.81 

430.59 


833.90 


1,164.99 


495.59 


2,283.26 


761.17 


321.33 


178.02 


1,269.05 








739.50 


2,604.00 


4,132.41 


2,030.00 




























6,786.42 
790.45 


16,959.58 

502.78 


10,936.32 


32,074,. 56 

1,025.73 

5,000.00 

627.40 

55.12 


34,907.62 
7,260.37 


27,317.99 

189.96 

6,000.00 

657.96 


10,285.16 


16,220.07 
1,699.53 




1,000.00 
753.66 




33.14 


291.86 
26.04 


301.59 


1,023.26 


61.56 














715.36 


3,380.80 
26.36 


453.18 


8,941.63 


1,258.10 
50.96 


7,710.78 


5,670.65 


4,195.42 
22.27 














8,325.37 
6,391.02 


21,187.42 


11,691.09 


47,724.44 


44,500.31 


41,876.69 


17,709.47 


22,198.85 
2,946.71 


















14,716.39 


21,187.42 


11,691.09 


47,724.44 


44,500.31 


41,876.69 


17,709.47 


25,145.56 


3,248.52 


10,771.15 
15.00 




5,628.58 
906.23 


30,955.00 
10.70 


2,251.16 
934.87 


3,325.37 
274.24 
532.69 


6,440.44 


5,517.13 


10,722.17 
311.27 


31.50 




40.00 
























8,765.65 


10,826.15 


11,033.44 


6,534.81 


30,965 . 70 


3,186.03 


4,132.30 


6,471.94 


715.36 
1,483.90 


3,380.80 
2,759.81 


453.18 
204,. 47 


8,941.63 
9,336.58 


1,258.10 
1,146.00 


7,710.78 
8,340.62 


5,670.65 
2,898.56 


4,195.42 
5,418.64 


















2,199.26 


6,140.61 


657.65 


18,278.21 


2,404.10 


16,051.4^) 


8,569.21 


9,614.06 


3,751.48 


3,200.79 




14,291.42 


2,045.00 


11,748.84 


3,474.63 


9,059.56 










1,019.87 




8,620.00 


9,085.51 


10,890.42 


1,533.33 










3,751.48 


4,220.66 




22,911.42 


11,130.51 


22,639.26 


5,007.96 


9,059.56 








14,716.39 


21,187.42 


11,691.09 


47,724.44 


44,500.31 


41,876.69 


17,709.47 


25,145.56 


115.2 


60.8 


98.2 


16.9 


71.6 


9.3 


34.3 


35.9 



302 



TWENTY-FIFTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 26 



STATEMENT 
Balance Sheets of Electrical Departments of 



GEORGIAN BAY 
SYSTEM— Contin ued 



Municipality 


Teeswater 
832 


Thornton 
P.V. 


Tottenham 

575 


Uxbridge 
1,591 






Harbor 
1,160 




Assets 

Lands and buildings 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 

40.00 

2,657.65 

13,142.53 


$ c. 


Substation equipment 


330.31 
17,032.99 




358.50 
8,055.08 




Distribution system — overhead . . . 
Distribution system — underground 
Line transformers 


6,403.82 


8,613.56 


4,746.02 
3,315.65 
1,406.90 


860.41 
796.76 
381.95 


1,117.48 

2,109.02 

460.17 


3,680.12 
4,475.05 
1,214,-74 


1,278.18 

2,252.25 

337.47 


Meters 


Street light equipment, regular. . . . 
Street light equipment, ornamental 
Miscellaneous construction expense 
Steam or hydraulic, plant 


1,915.19 


300.35 


1,265.68 


922.40 


667.12 


Old plant . . 


4,976.86 




286.45 






Other plants not distributed 




















Total plant 


33,723.92 

145.93 

3,000.00 

370.42 


8,743.29 
66.03 


13,652.38 
1,164.17 


26,132.49 


13,148.58 
340.97 


Bank and cash balance ; . 


Securities and investments 


8,000.00 

737.72 
24.00 




Accounts receivable 


301.97 


264.43 
60.00 


320.01 


Inventories 


20.00 


Sinking fund on local debentures. . 








Equity in H-E.P.C. systems 

Other assets 


5,690.59 
36.28 


1,594.64 


4,927.77 


7,070.45 

70.77 


3,247.21 
17.87 










Total assets 


42,967.14 


10,705.93 
4,611.27 


20,068.75 
3,073.45 


42,035 . 43 


17,094.64 


Deficit 












Total 


42,967.14 


15,317.20 


23,142.20 


42,035.43 


17,094.64 






Liabilities 

Debenture balance 


13,289.85 
4019.83 


3,814.33 
2,760.31 


8,013.40 
959.11 


12,833.72 

50.77 

8.81 


1,467.47 


Accounts payable 


158.10 


Bank overdraft 




Other liabilities 






97.00 














Total liabilities 


17,309.68 


6,574.64 


9,069.51 


12,893.30 


1,625.57 






Reserves 

For equity in H-E.P.C. systems. . . 
For depreciation 


5,690.59 
3,862.11 


1,594.64 
3,462.25 


4,927.77 
4,191.22 


7,070.45 
3,916.69 


3,247.21 
3,499.51 


Other reserves 
















Total reserves 


9,552.70 


5,056.89 


9,118.99 


10,987.14 


6,746.72 






Surplus 

Debentures paid 


14,710.15 


3,685.67 


4,953.70 


3,373.87 


5,032.53 


Local sinking fund 


Operating surplus 


1,394.61 






14,781.12 


3,689.82 










Total surplus 


16,104.76 


3,685.67 


4,953.70 


18,154.99 


8,722.35 




Total liabilities, reserves and surplus 


42,967.14 


15,317.20 


23,142.20 


42,035 . 43 


17,094.64 


Percentage of net debt to total assets 


46.4 


72.2 


59.9 


36.9 


11.7 






1933 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



303 



44 A"— Continued 

Hydro Municipalities as at December 31, 1932 



Walkerton 
2,310 


Waubau- 
shene 
P.V. 


Wiarton 
1,881 


Windermere 
124 


Wingham 
2,201 


Woodville 
417 


GEORGIAN 

BAY 

SYSTEM 

SUMMARY 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 

8,423.66 

4,699.84 

40,391.70 


$ c. 


$ c. 
108,670.62 












171,944.03 


37,774.70 


5,527.88 


21,247.36 


9,020.05 


2,970.40 


1,131,333.11 
66,437.67 


10,375.64 

10,107.85 

2,276.74 


1,347.08 

1,551.50 

221.79 


5,014.83 
5,615.34 
1,950.58 


2,852.40 
813.36 
247.26 


15,284.10 

13,740.26 

3,371.64 


2,105.49 
2,030.59 

217.55 


368,255.53 

392,213.29 

125,330.21 

6,064.59 


2,094.91 


345 . 66 


1,616.39 




5,029.03 
14,711.99 
12,320.02 


275.21 


100,313.39 






47,993.99 


5,238.00 




3,981.00 




2,182.50 


164,330.75 
























67,867.84 
4,918.07 


8,993.91 
2,067.86 


39,425.50 
3,234.17 


12,933.07 
345.40 


117,972.24 

30.00 
9,000.00 
2,685.95 
4,037.19 


9,781.74 

168.80 

6,500.00 

369.99 


2,682,887.18 

71,926.73 
227,922 30 


785.60 
541.53 


249.72 
12.24 


1,031.04 


876.80 


92,212.58 
27,443.07 










24,619.84 


2,420.21 


1,837.30 
10.39 


1,754.92 
80.83 


520.04 


16,204.62 
72.12 


5,725.22 


762,139.73 
4,171.49 










76,533.25 


13,171.42 


45,526.46 


14,675.31 


150,002.12 


22,545.75 


3,893,322.92 
50,108.11 
















76,533.25 


13,171.42 


45,526.46 


14,675.31 


150,002.12 


22,545.75 


3,943,431.03 


61,094.72 


815.61 
63.20 






39,054.46 

32.84 

692.01 

365 . 00 


3,100. 6i 
438.02 


685,564 69 




35,177.64 


12,670.89 


201,592.53 




26,728.66 


10.00 




5.00 


862.50 




8,309.54 










61,104.72 


878.81 


35,182.64 


13,533.39 


40,144.31 


3,538.63 


922,195.42 


2,420.21 
2,196.00 


1,837.30 
2,018.29 


1,754.92 
1,313.94 


520.04 
621.88 


16,204.62 
19,647.34 


5,725.22 
1,862.57 


762,139.73 

609,756.98 

1,400 00 
















4,616.21 


3,855.59 


3,068.86 


1,141.92 


35,851.96 


7,587.79 


1,373,296.71 


1,905.28 


2,684.39 






57,051.04 


2,399.39 


863,617.69 
24,619.84 








8,907.04 


5,752.63 


7,274.96 




16,954.81 


9,019.94 


759,701.37 






10,812.32 


8,437.02 


7,274.96 




7^005.85 


11,419.33 


1,647,938.90 






76,533.25 


13,171.42 


45,526.46 


14,675.31 


150,002.12 


22,545.75 


3,943,431.03 


82.4 


7.8 


80.4 


95.6 


30.0 


21.0 


28.9 



304 



TWENTY-FIFTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 26 



STATEMENT 
Balance Sheets of Electrical Departments of 



EASTERN ONTARIO 
SYSTEM 



Municipality 

Population 


Alexandria 
2,400 


Apple Hill 
P.V. 


Athens 
666 


Bath 

343 


Belleville 
13,914 






Assets 

Lands and buildings 

Substation equipment 


$ c. 
202.00 


$ c. 
169.06 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 
36,115.70 






2,338.65 


Distribution system — overhead . . . 
Distribution system — underground 
Line transformers 


27,896.94 


2,864.70 


13,951.89 


5,710.74 


103,612.60 


8,036.69 

7,283.68 
2,224.20 


1,288.37 
971.95 
421.12 


1,757.05 

2,479.53 

698.90 


1,011.93 
619.26 

554.37 


22,655.24 


Meters 


53.997.98 


Street light equipment, regular. . . . 
Street light equipment, ornamental 
Miscellaneous construction expense 
Steam or hydraulic plant 


17,214.86 


5,146.07 


210.33 


1,011.61 


543.73 


6,198.58 


Old plant ! 


4,466.89 


709 . 55 








Other plants not distributed 




















Total plant 


55,256.47 

1,530.06 
7,000.00 
1,337.20 


6,635.08 
38.54 


19,898.98 
1,083.97 


8,440.03 
11.24 


242,133.61 


Bank and cash balance 


4,486.67 


Securities and investments 


5,000.00 


Accounts receivable 


1-85.02 


278.93 


245 . 68 


16,486.30 


Inventories 


6,695.86 


Sinking fund on local debentures. . 












Equity in H-E.P.C. systems 

Other assets 


15,644.86 


1,487.73 


1,963.21 


197.12 


47,019.61 














Total assets 


80,768.59 


8,346.37 
313.02 


23,225.09 


8.894.07 
12.32 


321,822.05 


Deficit . 












Total 


80,768.59 


8,659.39 


23,225.09 


8,906.39 


321,822.05 






Liabilities 

Debenture balance . 


22,296.56 
1,858.36 


3,652.63 


12,256.51 


7,500.00 
1,036.27 


58,000.00 


Accounts payable 




Bank overdraft 








Other liabilities 


466.23 






15.00 


4954.72 










Total liabilities 


24,621.15 


3,652.63 


12,256.51 


8,551.27 


62,954.72 






Reserves 

For equity in H-E.P.C. systems. . . 
For depreciation 


15,644.86 
9,741.70 


1,487.73 
1,171.66 


1,963.21 
1,515.75 


197.12 
158.00 


47,019.61 

14,839.75 


Other reserves 


964.53 














Total reserves 


25,386.56 


2,659.39 


3,478.96 


355.12 


62,823.89 


Surplus 

Debentures paid 


25,837.28 


2,347.37 


1,743.49 




118,000.00 


Local sinking fund 






Operating surplus 


4,923.60 




5,746.13 




78,043.44 










Total surplus 


30,760.88 


2,347.37 


7,489.62 




196,043.44 








Total liabilities, reserves and surplus 


80,768.59 


8,659.39 


23,225.09 


8,906.39 


321.822.05 


Percentage of net debt to total assets 


37.8 


53.2 


57.6 


98.3 


22.9 



933 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



305 



"A"— Continued 

Hydro Municipalities as at December 31, 1932 



Bloomfield 
637 


Bowman- 
ville 
3,648 


Brighton 
1,431 


Brockville 
9,485 


Cardinal 
1,304 


Carleton 
Place 
4,269 


Chesterville 
912 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 

45,295.14 

1,000.87 

81,719.59 


$ c. 


$ c. 

6,255.32 

2,471.63 

40,121.37 


$ c. 
250.00 


410.00 










11,144.26 


43,954.11 


14,022.42 


9,998.35 


7,713.68 


2,230.77 

2,655.50 

908.20 


7,305.91 

16,753.54 

2,671.96 


3,881.96 

6,419.03 

821.98 


34,914.66 
41,610.30 
20,228.24 


2,003.01 

2,062.27 

331.51 


9,914.91 

16,240.90 

6,631.90 


2,993.20 

4,040.31 

526.97 


1,403.42 


2,449.80 


288.24 


3,328.95 

54,800.16 

4,821.76 


730.58 


3,787.63 


664.68 








3,474.80 


5,293.19 


























18,752.15 
263.31 


73,135.32 
7,208.31 


25,433.63 
25.00 


287,719.67 

6,779.99 

135,000.00 

14,891.91 

2,386.81 
66,928.07 
80,957.62 


18,600.52 

778.22 


90,716.85 

3,176.95 

19,000.00 

7,499 . 06 

722.88 


16,188.84 

1,657.29 
9,000.00 


470.68 


3,174.43 
4,028.45 


3,391.26 
5,046.77 


359.77 


1,560.13 
595.95 








2,120.14 


5,560.89 


2,906.02 


977.62 


35,365.68 


15,728.92 
















21,606.28 


93,107.40 


36,802.68 


594,664.07 


20,716.13 


156,481.42 


44,731.13 
















21,606.28 


93,107.40 


36,802.68 


594,664.07 


20,716.13 


156,481.42 


44,731.13 


7,605.98 
663 . 89 


68,795.42 
1,824.91 


23,410.60 


76,249.18 
19,736.76 


14,070.04 


46,051.24 


2,593.33 
78.10 




542.31 
75.00 










465 . 53 


13.00 




647 . 00 










8,269.87 


71,085:86 


24,027.91 


95,998.94 


14,070.04 


46,698.24 


2,671.43 


2,120.14 
3,484.96 


5,560.89 
1,768.50 


2,906.02 
1,642.00 


80,957.62 

65,334.48 

6,580.01 


977.62 
653.00 


35,365.68 
9,013.37 


15,728.92 
7,155.27 














5,605 . 10 


7,329.39 


4,548.02 


152,872.11 


1,630.62 


44,379.05 


22,884.19 


3,594.0? 


2,204-58 


1,589.40 


150,408.36 

66,928.07 

128,456.59 


929.96 


19,948.76 


3,906.67 


4,137.29 


12,487.57 


6,637.35 


4,085.51 


45,455.37 


15,268.84 


7,731.31 


14,692.15 


8,226.75 


345,793.02 


5,015.47 


65,404.13 


19,175.51 


21,606.28 


93,107.40 


36,802.68 


594,664. 07 


20,716.13 


156,481.42 


44,731.13 


42.4 


81.2 


70.9 


1 " 


71.3 


38.6 


9.2 



306 



TWENTY-FIFTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 26 



STATEMENT 
Balance Sheets of Electrical Departments of 



EASTERN ONTARIO 
SYSTEM— Con tin ued 





Cobourg 

5,478 


Deseronto 
1,356 


Finch 
358 


Hastings 
653 


Population 






Assets 

Lands and buildings 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 


Substation equipment 










Distribution system — overhead . . . 
Distribution system — underground 


61,702.02 


9,632.31 


7,387.84 


13,862.66 


Line transformers 


15,455.82 

21,402.04 

7,914.50 


1,442.62 

4,771.27 

432.60 


1,393.35 

1,728.20 

348.90 


1,771.80 
2,742.98 


Meters 


Street light equipment, regular. . . . 
Street light equipment, ornamental 
Miscellaneous construction expense 
Steam or hydraulic plant 


1,140.61 


1,004.14 


233 . 88 


23.24 


715.80 


Old plant 








1,744 98 


Other plants not distributed 




















Total plant 


107,478.52 


16,512.68 
1,091.23 


10,881.53 
2,565.34 


21,978.83 


Bank and cash balance 


1,601.74 


Securities and investments 




2,000.00 
657.95 


Accounts receivable 


15,170.07 

4,762.55 


1,939.31 
470.44 


455.48 






Sinking fund on local debentures. . 






Equity in H-E.P.C. systems 

Other assets 


3,427.31 


1,307.52 


1,499.69 


457.18 
26.02 












Total assets 


130,838.45 


21,321.18 


15,402.04 


26,721.72 


Deficit 














Total 


130,838.45 


21,321.18 


15,402.04 


26,721.72 






Liabilities 

Debenture balance 


105,993 . 50 
2,097.79 


12,335.59 


5,927.32 


20,397.72 




210.07 


Bank overdraft . . 










3,544.26 


189.64 




2.00 








Total liabilities 


111,635.55 


12,525.23 


5,927.32 


20,609.79 






Reserves 

For equity in H-E.P.C. systems. . . 
For depreciation 


3,427.31 
2,091.00 
3,291. ;5 


1,307.52 
569.92 


1,499.69 
885 . 00 


457.18 
592.60 


Other reserves 












Total reserves 


8,809.46 


1,877.44 


2,384.69 


1,049.78 






Surplus 

Debentures paid 




2,664.41 


1,072.68 


602.28 


Local sinking fund 






Operating surplus 


10,393.44 


4,254.10 


6,017.35 


4,459.87 


Total surplus 


10,393.44 


6,918.51 


7,090.03 


5,062.15 


Total liabilities, reserves and surplus 


130,838.45 


21,321.18 


15,402.04 


26,721.72 


Percentage of net debt to total assets 


87.6 


62.6 


42.6 


78.4 



1933 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



307 



" A"— Continued 

Hydro Municipalities as at December 31, 1932 



Havelock 
1,082 


Kemptville 
1,227 


Kingston 
22,534 


Lakefield 
1,458 


Lanark 

573 


Lancaster 
590 


Lindsay 
7,174 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 

184,945.77 

45,599.79 

163,621.84 

134,365.59 

56,238.61 

97,956.34 

69,831.13 


$ c. 
214.79 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 
10,477.65 


572.90 








3,176 56 


19,583.50 


19,297.68 


21,739.65 


5,954.76 


6,402.26 


69,460.42 


2,259.82 
5,387.88 
1,842.33 


5,741.67 
6,264.49 
1,063.16 


5,304.00 
7,117.99 
1,876.16 


898 . 05 

1,702.49 

682.38 


962.35 

1,415.88 

650.65 


19,891.90 
30,086.84 
10,279.48 


4,443.97 


6,274.4.0 


48,582.51 


3,875.20 


321.60 


1,068.55 


1,706.06 


2,420.45 




14,386.30 


3,445.25 
































36,510.85 

1,863.93 
7,000 . 00 


38,641.40 

1,512.31 

20,000 . 00 

4,236.22 

1,029.96 


815,527.88 

90,853.17 
89,175.00 
32,194.09 
11,397.44 
87,164.85 


43,573.04 

6,004.27 

10,000.00 

158.31 


9,559 . 28 

1,310.69 

1,982.05 

402.60 


10,499.69 
311.26 


145,078.91 

16,013.56 
46,500.00 


110.49 


36.81 


1,078.35 
498 S3 












4,797.36 


8,652.10 


3,781.43 


2,714.19 
22.16 


3,717.90 


28,066.59 




1,000.00 














50,282.63 


74,071.99 


1,127,312.43 


63,517.05 


15,990.97 


14,565.66 
6,215.72 


237,236.24 














50,282.63 


74,071.99 


1,127,312.43 


63,517.05 


15,990.97 


20,781.38 


237,236.24 


18,213.20 
383.86 


18,907.55 
3,336.88 


173,428.51 
1,132.03 


26,761.71 
1,065.39 


3,898.44 


4,008.52 
. . 4,824.71 


113,054.60 
3,378.24 






271.00 


340.17 




58.50 


1,740 51 










18,597.06 


22,244.43 


174,831.54 


28,167.27 


3,898.44 


8,891.73 


118,173.35 


4,797.36 


8,652.10 
6,026.22 




3,781.43 
9,065 . 63 


2,714.19 
1,591.15 


3,717.90 
2,209.85 


28,066.59 


6,269.47 


108,774.62 
122,937.53 


13,604.07 














11,066,83 


14,678.32 


231,712.15 


12,847.06 


4,305.34 


5,927.75 


41,670.66 




6,092.45 


87,164.85 
495,132.40 


6,738.29 




5,961.90 


16,945.40 


5,931.94 


31,056.79 


15,764.43 


4,124.16 




60,446.83 








20,618.74 


37,149.24 


720,768.74 


22,502.72 


7,787.19 


5,961.90 


77,392.23 


50,282.63 


74,071.99 


1,127,312.43 


63,517.05 


15,990.97 


20,781.38 


237,236.24 


40.8 


34.0 


8.4 


47.2 


29.4 


81.9 


56.5 



308 



TWENTY-FIFTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 26 



STATEMENT 
Balance Sheets of Electrical Departments of 



EASTERN ONTARIO 
SYSTEM— Continued 



Municipality 


Madoc 
1,071 


Marmora 
973 


Martintown 
P.V. 


Maxville 


Population 


747 


Assets 

Lands and buildings 

Substation equipment 


$ c. 
100.00 


$ c. 


$ c. 
126. 15 


$ c. 




407.79 


Distribution system — overhead . . . 
Distribution system — underground 

Line transformers 

Meters 

Street light equipment, regular. . . . 
Street light equipment, ornamental 
Miscellaneous construction expense 
Steam or hydraulic plant 


7,969.57 


12,584.38 


2,703.12 


11.411.15 


2,157.50 
4.593.76 
1,500.00 


2,296.49 
3,358.68 
1,088.59 


690.33 
794.22 
335 . 26 


1,495.94 
2,465.30 
1,605.64 


76.44 


2,000.91 


653.27 


2,415.81 


Old plant 




573.62 






Other plants not distributed 


















Total plant 


16,397.27 
3,012.87 


21,902.67 

4,014.82 
749.37 
274.93 


5,302.35 

1,582.77 

1,000.00 

122.01 


19,801.63 






Securities and investments 




Accounts receivable 


651.50 


1,782.45 


Inventories 




Sinking fund on local debentures. . 










Equity in H-E.P.C. systems 

Other assets 


1,846.15 


1,723.75 


959.81 


4,441.70 












Total assets 


21,907.79 


28,665.54 


8,966.94 


26,025.78 


Deficit 














Total 


21,907.79 


28,665.54 


8,966.94 


26,025.78 






Liabilities 

Debenture balance 


1,410.68 


8,456.84 


3,248.42 


8,481.15 


Accounts payable 


378.53 


Bank overdraft 








643.85 


Other liabilities 




10.00 


3.00 


60.00 








Total liabilities 


1,410.68 


8,466.84 


3,251.42 


9,563.53 






Reserves 

For equity in H-E.P.C. systems. . . 
For depreciation 


1,846.15 
765 . 15 


1,723.75 
3,556.41 


959.81 
1,096.87 


4,441.70 
3,310.21 


Other reserves 














Total reserves 


2,611.30 


5,280.16 


2,056.68 


7,751.91 


Surplus 

Debentures paid 


12,589.32 


9,209.27 


2,751.58 


7.518.85 


Local sinking fund 




Operating surplus 


5,296.49 


5,709.27 


907.26 


1,191.49 






Total surplus 


17,885.81 


14,918 54 


3,658.84 


8,710.34 






Total liabilities, reserves and surplus 


21,907.79 


28,665.54 


8,966.94 


26.025.78 


Percentage of net debt to total assets 


7.0 


31.4 


40.6 


44.3 



1933 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



309 



"A"— Continued 

Hydro Municipalities as at December 31, 1932 



Napanee 
2,981 


Norwood 
742 


Omemee 
457 


Oshawa 
23,687 


Ottawa 
127,332 


Perth 
3,915 


Peterborough 
22,798 


$ c. 
2.173.32 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 
56,776.03 


$ c. 
337,378.21 
658,855.64 
692,352.41 
212,771.51 
294,229.53 
273,417.52 
116,240.85 


$ c. 

6,851.01 

3,932.82 

45,093.51 


$ c. 
75,202.75 




457.53 
23,152.45 


360.32 
10,633.31 


98,652.41 


37,373.45 


182,653.27 


205,415.38 


8,297.91 

15,830.87 

3,674.06 


4,462.72 
5,219.90 
1,848.52 


2,668.47 

2,411.69 

528.89 


39,575.80 
97,468.07 
15,348.87 


22,379.75 

20,791.86 

3,939.32 


95,301.23 
92,537.96 
53,399.73 


3,062.10 


3,971.41 


1,540.92 


6,853.71 


34,065.49 


4,509.55 


54,680.49 




2,447.51 




8,831.65 




23,610.69 


29,771.74 
























70,411.71 
1,067.11 


41,560.04 

6,021.16 

4,000 . 00 

297.74 


18,143.60 
1,310.55 


407,507.40 
27,420.06 


2,619,311.16 

1,694.59 
38,000.00 
79,847.91 
21,378.46 
610,835.04 
38,711.28 


131,108.51 

12,582.80 

35,000.00 

6,407.86 

7,4*83.42 


704,961.69 

60.00 
25,000.00 


6,773.02 
5,478.12 


204.61 


50,556.15 
10,178.33 


25,765.25 
4,724.62 








203,350.04 


10,888.37 


2,285.20 




151,491.31 
251.52 


29,643.76 


96,111.68 






157.20 














94,618.33 


54,164.14 


19,658.76 


647,404.77 


3,409,778.44 


222,226.35 


1,060,130.48 
















94,618.33 


54,164.14 


19.658.76 


647,404.77 


3,409,778.44 


222,226.35 


1,060,130.48 


37,416.50 


28,787.18 
89.18 


4,763.99 


260,735.72 

37,537.57 


930,230.19 
33,946.46 
84,837.36 


57,346.08 
"Y, 690 .47 


527,920.00 
11,088.89 






30,986.45 


500.51 


247 . 07 


67.00 


16,616.98 










37,917.01 


29,123.43 


4,830.99 


314,890.27 


1,049,014.01 


59,036.55 


569,995.34 


10.888.37 


2,285.20 
8,182.56 




151,491.31 
28,375.75 
15,302.08 


38,711.28 
872,267.17 
141,282.13 


29,643.76 
32,044.34 


96,111.68 


3,816.15 
2,938.22 


5,542.69 


83,017.06 
7,020.20 












17,642.74 


10,467.76 


5,542.69 


195,169.14 


1,052,260.58 


61,688.10 


186,148.94 


32,583.50 


8,312.82 


7,236.01 


49,264.28 


49,769 81 
610,835.04 
647,899 . 00 


51,053.92 






203,350.04 


6,475.08 


6,260.13 


2,049.07 


88,081.08 


50,447.78 


100,636.16 


39,058.58 


14,572.95 


9,285.08 


137,345.36 


1,308,503.85 


101,501.70 


303,986.20 


94,618.33 


54,164.14 


19,658.76 


647,404.77 


3,409,778.44 


222,226.35 


1,060,130.48 


45 3 


56.1 


24.6 


63.5 


15.9 


30.6 


48.2 



310 



TWENTY-FIFTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 26 



STATEMENT 
Balance Sheets of Electrical Departments of 



EASTERN ONTARIO 
SYSTEM— Continued 



Municipality 


Picton 
3,140 


Port Hope 
4,601 


Prescott 
3,078 


Richmond 
376 


Russell 


Population 


P.V. 






Assets 

Lands and buildings 


$ c. 

1,405.07 

2,004^.66 

39,319.17 


$ c. 


$ c. 
2,761.54 


$ c. 


$ c. 


Substation equipment 








Distribution system — overhead. . . 
Distribution system — underground 
Line transformers 


47,316.83 


38,853.86 


6,089.12 


7,716.76 


11,832.23 

16,429.31 

4,131.66 


11,593.11 

19,302.21 

2,598.32 


13,072.50 

18,070.88 

1,694.25 


769.40 

1,136.31 

161.29 


1,382.48 


Meters 


1,458.78 


Street light equipment, regular 

Street light equipment, ornamenal. 


499 . 49 


Miscellaneous construction expense 
Steam or hydraulic plant 


2,716.36 


853.86 


1,278.88 


612.67 


1,199.88 


Old plant 


3,105.28 




11,808.35 






Other plants not distributed 




















Total plant 


80,943.74 

2,000.30 

14,000.00 

6,716.83 

4,252.79 


81,664.33 
114.72 


87,540.26 


8,768.79 
187.13 


12,257.39 


Bank and cash balance 


962.16 


Securities and investments 


3,000.00 
5,495.41 




Accounts receivable 


857.10 
1,306.36 


325.65 


1,486.73 


Inventories 




Sinking fund on local debentures. . 








Equity in H-E.P.C. systems 

Other assets 


16,322.07 


13,778.49 


22,626.61 


625.24 


2,519.15 














Total assets 


124,235.73 


97,721.00 
3,793.23 


118,662.28 


9,906.81 


17,225.43 


Deficit 














Total 


124,235.73 


101,514.23 


118,662.28 


9,906.81 


17,225.43 






Liabilities 

Debenture balance 




30,770.09 
1,641.52 




5,727.07 
512.50 


7,629.09 


Accounts payable 


3,622.75 


273.74 
365.68 


204.86 


Bank overdraft 






902.00 


2,909.00 














Total liabilities 


4,524.75 


35,320.61 


639.42 


6,239.57 


7,833.95 






Reserves 

For equity in H-E.P.C. systems. . . 
For depreciation 


16,322.07 

10,003.36 

1,554.13 


13,778.49 
4,185.22 


22,626.61 
28,683.72 


625.24 
660.87 


2,519.15 
1,254.29 


Other reserves 














Total reserves 


27,879.56 


17,963.71 


51,310.33 


1,286.11 


3,773.44 






Surplus 

Debentures paid 


5,730.32 


48,229.91 


23,979.34 


772.93 


2,370.91 


Local sinking fund 




Operating surplus 


86,101.10 




42,733.19 


1,608.20 


3,247.13 








Total surplus 


91,831.42 


48,229.91 


66,712.53 


2,381.13 


5.618.04 






Total liabilities, reserves and surplus 


124,235.73 


101,514.23 


118,662.28 


9,906.81 


17,225.43 


Percentage of net debt to total assets 


4.2 


42.1 


0.7 


67.2 


53.3 



1933 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



311 



4 4 A"— Continued 

Hydro Municipalities as at December 31, 1932 






Smiths Falls 
7,486 


Stirling 
937 


Trenton 
6,288 


Tweed 
1,247 


Warkworth 
P.V. 


Wellington 
904 


Westport 
675 


$ c. 
19,928.85 


$ c. 
8,410.00 
7,042.12 
5,007.22 


$ c. 

5,114.41 

23,080.03 

. 81,491.57 


$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 

200.00 

499 . 80 

14,624.05 


$ c. 


4,745.66 








85,527.40 


10,164.77 


5,488.18 


7,125.76 


24,637.41 

32,081.70 

9,296.63 


3,732.12 
4,759.69 
1,020.00 


19,422.24 
24,739.28 
13,459.54 


3,002.41 
4,696.02 
1,020.60 


684.66 

1,495.28 

299.74 


3,652.05 
5,168.68 
1,131.40 


974.17 

1,353.44 

526.70 


6,895.68 
38,001.49 


1,426.88 


3,275.16 


421.31 


612.19 


777.28 


1,285.76 


21,548.48 








3,618.02 


2,477.92 


1,713.00 


























242,663.30 
5,177.81 


31,398.03 

4,166.14 

5,225.57 
1,328.60 
1,273.49 


170,582.23 
10,957.41 


19,305.11 


12,198.07 

647.65 

2.500.00 

85.69 


28,531.18 

10.00 
5,000.00 

735.57 


12,978.83 
2,595.70 


42,000.00 






6,338.48 
367.58 


5,376.54 
6,688.92 


1,219.52 
1,642.78 


808.77 










46,715.99 


2,277.14 


7,609.07 


1,650.84 


1,174.16 


3,134.43 


472.49 
















343,263.16 


45,668.97 


201,214.17 


23,818.25 


16,605.57 


37,411.18 


16,855.79 
















343,263.16 


45,668.97 


■ 201,214.17 


23,818.25 


16,605.57 


37,411.18 


16,855.79 


81,843.12 




159,876.69 


13,708.63 
984.78 
321.65 
265 . 00 


9,622.87 
193.36 


11,708.37 

. . 5.14 

'1,847.65 


14,569.81 
















10.00 




2,343.42 
















81,853.12 




162,220.11 


15,280.06 


9,816.23 


13,561.16 


14,569.81 








46,715.99 
57,059.77 


2,277.14 
9,072.18 


7,609.07 
3,209.00 


1,650.84 
1,516.13 


1,174.16 
1,002.32 


3,134.43 
4,798.78 


472.49 
199.00 
















103,775.76 


11,349.32 


10,818.07 


3,166.97 


2,176.48 


7,833.21 


671.49 


115,781.88 


10,000.00 


5,123.31 


5,291.37 


1,377.13 


5,291.63 


430.19 


41,852.40 


24,319.65 


23,052.68 


79.85 


3,235.73 


10,625.18 


1,184.30 


157,634.28 


34,319.65 


28,175.99 


5,371.22 


4,612.86 


15,916.81 


1,614.49 


343,263.16 


45,668.97 


201,214.17 


23,818.25 


16,605.57 


37,411.18 


16,855.79 


27.6 


0.0 


83.8 


68.9 


63.6 


39.6 


88.8 



312 



TWENTY-FIFTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 26 



STATEMENT 
Balance Sheets of Electrical Departments of 



EASTERN ONTARIO 
SYSTEM— Concluded 



Municipality 


Whitby 

5,425 


Williamsburg 
P.V. 


Winchester 
980 


EASTERN 
ONTARIO 


Population 


SYSTEM 
SUMMARY 






Assets 

Lands and buildings 


$ c. 

6,394.26 

34,200.41 

44,676.56 


$ c. 


$ c. 
299.85 


$ c. 
807,046.88 


Substation equipment 




889,809.59 


Distribution system — overhead . . . 
Distribution system — underground 
Line transformers 


2,229.19 


9,527.84 


2,397,855.87 
347,137.10 


10,806.25 
14,143.43 

4,545.22 


1,173.37 

1,429.18 

152.11 


2,479.20 

4,816.23 

719.87 


792,122.96 


Meters 


1,005,680.90 


Street light equipment, regular 

Street light equipment, ornamental 


390,062.66 


Miscellaneous const-ruction expense 
Steam or hydraulic plant 


5,898.16 


4.00 


457.62 


235,558.76 
92,801.65 


Old plant '. . 


1,340.13 




1,100.00 


152,709.56 


Other plants not distributed. . . . 
















Total plant 


122,004.42 
3,156.12 


4,987.85 

601.33 

2,500.00 

824.92 


19,400.61 

1,698.17 
7,000.00 
1,150.06 
1,565.23 


7,110,785.93 


Bank and cash balance 


241,208.42 


Securities and investments 


536,631.99 


Accounts receivable 


4,113.67 
235.06 


315,867.02 


Inventories 


104,211.10 


Sinking fund on local debentures. . 




968,278.00 


Equity in H-E.P.C. systems. ..... 

Other assets. . . . 


16,234.96 


1,952.97 


9,717.34 


753,264.65 
1,456.90 












Total assets 


145,744.23 


10,867.07 


40,531.41 


10,031,704.01 


Deficit 


10,334.29 












Total 


145,744.23 


10,867.07 


40,531.41 


10.042,038.30 






Liabilities 

Debenture balance 


40,148.50 
871.00 


410.16 
546.95 


6,489.76 
841.80 


3,096,709.06 


Accounts payable 


134,366.29 


Bank overdraft 


119,544.95 




698.97 


233.47 


5.00 


39,344.45 






Total liabilities 


41,718.47 


1,190.58 


7,336.56 


3,389,964.75 






Reserves 

For equity in H-E.P.C. systems. . . 
For depreciation 


16,234.96 
13,565.96 


1,952.97 
1,683.90 


9,717.34 
6,220.66 


753,264.65 
1,453,247.49 


Other reserves 


301,869.98 












Total reserves 


29,800.92 


3,636.87 


15,938.00 


2,508,382.12 






Surplus 

Debentures paid 


36,464.00 


2,339.84 


4,160.24 


1,025,040.98 


Local sinking fund 


968,278.00 


Operating surplus 


37,760.84 


3,699.78 


13,096.61 


2,150,372.45 






Total surplus 


74,224.84 


6,039.62 


17,256.85 


4,143,691.43 






Total liabilities, reserves and surplus 


145,744.23 


10,867.07 


40,531.41 


10,042,038.30 


Percentage of net debt to total assets 


32.2 


11.0 


23.8 


29.1 



1933 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



313 



4 'A"— Concluded 

Hydro Municipalities as at December 31, 1932 



THUNDER BAY 
SYSTEM 



Fort William 
24,470 


Nipigon 


Port Arthur 
19,430 


THUNDER 

BAY 

SYSTEM 

SUMMARY 


ALL 
SYSTEMS 

GRAND 
SUMMARY 


$ c. 

48,927.62 

123,522.89 


$ c. 
215.03 


$ c. 
382,519.98 
240,367.20 
437,648.59 


$ c 
431,662.63 
363,890.09 
610,994.88 


$ c. 

9,503,743.78 

22,288,781.68 


160,415.19 


12,931.10 


20,866,767.32 
5,820,056.75 


65,256.83 
60,726.87 
30,016.55 


2,534.59 

2,344.61 

606.24 


66,401.59 
88,817.55 
76,448.56 


134,193.01 
151,889.03 
107,071.35 


9,392,662.62 
8,403,251.67 
2,257,618.20 
1,545,354.93 


6,284.58 


93.53 


30,374.96 
344,260.10 


36,753.07 
344,260.10 
293,762.46 


4,120,926.11 
498,231.69 


293,762.46.. 




4,989,654.97 








200,000.00 












788,912.99 
24,381.56 


18,725.10 
1,520.93 


1,666,838.53 

169,463.63 

595,211.12 

98,572.33 

17,611.05 

265,382.44 

687,753.77 

1,097.18 


2,474,476.62 

195,366.12 
595,211.12 
127,008.53 
17,611.05 
426,220.76 
887,327.33 
1,097.18 


89,887,049.72 

3,185,442.00 
2,059,325. 10 


27,381.55 


1,054.65 


3,683,059.42 
1,232,209.52 


160,838.32. . 




9,099,210.61 


198,429.14 


1,144.42 


23,066,129.81 
163,637.79 








1,199,943.56 


22,445.10 


3,501,930.05 


4,724,318.71 


132,376,063.97 
74,172.88 












1,199,943.56 


• 22,445.10 


3,501,930.05 


4,724,318.71 


132,450,236.85 


415,500.00 
47,404.18 


7,309.40 
214.40 


405,921.13 
262,598.47 


828,730.53 
310,217.05. 


45,133,305.97 

3,512,724.58 

298,910.20 


10,553.41 






10,553.41 


3,740,376.11 










473,457.59 


7,523.80 


668,519.60 


1,149,500.99 


52,685.316.86 


198,429.14 

62,961.00 

9,605.93 


1,144.4,2 
2,505.00 


687,753.77 

353,883.72 

57,156.36 


887,327.33 

419,349.72 

66,762.29 


23,066,129.81 

14.902,177.02 

1,902,308.64 








270,996.07 


3,649.42 


1,098,793.85 


1,373,439.34 


39,870,615.47 


252,150.00 
160,838.32 


2,690.60 


236,178.87 

265,382.44 

1,233,055.29 


491,019.47 

426,220.76 

1,284,138.15 


15,244,778.28 
9,099,210.61 


42,501.58 


8,581.28 


15,550,315.63 


455,489.90 


11,271.88 


1,734,616.60 


2,201,378.38 


39,894,304.52 


1,199,943.56 


22,445.10 


3,501,930.05 


4,724,318.71 


132,450,236.85 


37.2 


35.3 


15.8 


21.2 


43.4 



314 



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No. 26 



STATEMENT 
Detailed Operating Reports of Electrical Departments of 



NIAGARA 
SYSTEM 



Municipality 


Acton 
1,930 


Agincourt 
P.V. 


Ailsa 

Craig 

498 


Alvinston 
677 


Amherst- 


Population 


burg 
3,112 






Earnings 
Domestic service 


$ c. 

10,037.45 
3,846.04 

15,846.44 

655.59 

1,797.00 


$ c. 

4,976.86 
1,131.69 
1,515.05 


$ c. 

2,511.55 
1,501.39 
3,066.68 


$ c. 

4,468.52 

2,764.10 

467.13 


$ c. 
20,941.59 


Commercial light service 


7,312.97 


Commercial power service 


6,040.57 


Municipal power 




Street lighting 


737.44 


583.85 


1,854.00 


2,305.00 


Merchandise 




Miscellaneous 


81.97 


59.49 


241.08 


102.79 


374.18 






Total earnings 


32,264.49 


8,420.53 


7,904.55 


9,656.54 


36,974.31 






Expenses 


24,937.43 


5,318.48 


6,096.82 


7,813.58 


22,560.70 


Substation operation 




Substation maintenance 












Distribution system, operation and 
maintenance 


2,408.84 

89.58 

178.17 


156.49 


339.92 


100.18 


3,090.29 


Line transformer maintenance 


46.27 


Meter maintenance 








546.61 


Consumers' premises expenses . 










Street lighting, operation and main- 
tenance 


489.18 
6.67 


75.00 


112.65 


34.81 


583.28 


Promotion of business 




Billing and collecting 




94.52 

55.72 
39.24 


231.37 

215. IS 

34.68 


1,840.82 


General office, salaries and expenses . 
Undistributed expenses 


1,020.14 

685.01 

286.97 

63.41 

618.65 

1,304.00 


311.79 


838.31 
244.32 


Truck operation and maintenance. . . 




322.92 


Interest 


295.98 
531.88 
350.00 


1.61 


797.05 
993.72 
573.00 


1,583.13 


Sinking fund and principal payments 
on debentures 


1,236.93 


Depreciation 


474.00 


1,774.00 


Other reserves 
















Total operating costs and fixed 
charges 


32,088.05 


7,039.62 


7,214.48 


10,793.57 


34,667.58 






Net surplus 


176.44 


1,380.91 


690.07 




2,306.73 


Net loss 


1,137.03 














Number of Consumers 
Domestic service 


481 
82 
17 


141 

23 
3 


128 

38 

2 


159 
51 

2 


637 


Commercial light service 


135 


Power service 


15 






Total 


580 


167 


168 


212 


787 







1933 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



315 



"B" 

Hydro Municipalities for Year Ended December 31, 1932 



Ancaster 
Twp. 


Arkona 
397 


Aylmer 
1,998 


Ayr 
806 


Baden 
P.V. 


Beachville 
P.V. 


Belle River 

734 


Blenheim 
1,613 


$ c. 

8,788.44 

1,986.58 

568.17 

286.94 


$ c. 

2,604.53 

1,693.54 

987.58 


$ c. 

11,389.62 
7,125.42 
3,795.32 
1,113.70 
2,320.00 


$ c. 

4,769.78 

1,693.41 

470.00 


$ c. 

3,64.3.54 
1,564.54 
5,029.47 


$ c. 

2,875.09 

840.07 

9,137.61 


$ c. 

3,730.65 

2,173.98 

476.94 

976.57 

705.00 


$ c. 

8,539.11 
6,523.05 
4,099 . 42 
1,373.48 


1,029.78 


960.00 


1,018.00 


520.00 


517.00 


2,507.00 




2.66 


1,108.90 


12.69 


65.74 


608.52 


207.21 


216.98 






12,659 91 


6,248.31 


26,852.96 


7,963.88 


10,823.29 


13,978.29 


8,270.35 


23,259.04 


7,526.26 


4,402.26 


15,818.66 


5,523.77 


8,717.33 


13,483.21 


4,605.31 


15,379.26 


















1,516.71 
188.94 


97.43 


3,451.73 


1 16 . 09 

18.16 

145.46 


296.70 


389.15 
71.06 
99.18 


393.77 


1,872.92 
286.29 


138.30 


26.36 


188.13 




44.06 


203.50 








200.76 


75.79 


152.13 


196.38 


190.62 


95.34 


89.33 


403.93 




180.21 
141.50 


598.18 

1,160.92 

246.42 


541.59 
19.05 
15.00 


397.09 
79.50 
36.42 


293 . 15 
49.56 
29.32 


323.63 
167.47 

38.37 


907 . 00 


1,577.51 


1,122.14 
597.14 








562.55 
274.62 
793 . 00 


600.94 

533.85 
310.00 


1,294.13 
1,213.79 
1,370.00 


383.57 
333.34 
530.00 


125.58 
199.68 
370.00 


145.14 
212.65 
615.00 


372.82 
368.29 
595 . 00 


611.89 

449 . 85 

1,310.00 


















12,778,65 


6,368.34 


25,494.09 


7,822.41 


10,412.92 


15,482.76 


6,998.05 


23,143.92 






1,358.87 


141.47 


410.37 




1,272.30 


115.12 


118.74 


120.03 


1,504.47 
















269 
41 

5 


96 

36 

3 


625 

130 

12 


200 

45 

3 


136 

25 
3 


128 

23 

4 


191 

55 
4 


495 

126 

12 


315 


135 


767 


248 


164 


155 


250 


633 



316 



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No. 26 



STATEMENT 
Detailed Operating Reports of Electrical Departments of 



NIAGARA 
SYSTEM— Continued 



Municipality 


Blyth 
610 


Bolton 

582 


Bothwell 
653 


Brampton 
5,012 


Brantford 


Population 


30,153 


Earnings 

Domestic service 

Commercial light service. . . . 


$ c. 

3,830.43 

1,805.95 

806.71 


$ c. 

3,164.98 

949.11 

1,732.07 


$ c. 

2,636.08 

1,330.35 

884.02 

141.59 

1,293.00 


$ c. 

37,150.89 

16,475.40 

16,100.22 

2.566.61 

5,291.00 

57.40 

1,253.24 


$ c. 

180,311.93 
61,036 75 


Commercial power service 

Municipal power 


160,037.15 
22,437.73 


Street lighting 


1,300.00 


1,023.00 


34,369.72 


Merchandise 




Miscellaneous 


3.77 


5.24 


611.28 


5,662.26 






Total earnings 


7,746.86 


6,874.40 


6,896.32 


78,894.76 


463,855.54 


Expenses 
Power purchased 


4,870.23 


4,767.96 


5,000.46 


60,418.89 
140.64 


298,538.00 


Substation operation 


7,310.95 


Substation maintenance 








399.35 


Distribution system, operation and 

maintenance 

Line transformer maintenance 


379.08 


402.25 


142.54 


3,339.95 
291.22 
401.70 


15,124.55 
64.95 


Meter maintenance 






55.81 


2,703.77 


Consumers' premises expenses 






405.67 


Street lighting, operation and main- 
tenance 

Promotion of business 


73.28 


201.61 


1 1 1 . 43 

25.99 

186.52 

120.07 

47.93 


473 37 

' 1,695 '. 36 

1,138.13 

853.50 

596.95 

930.52 

2,908.19 

4,177.00 


3,406.75 
377.98 


Billing and collecting 






10.308.80 


General office, salaries and expenses . 
Undistributed expenses 


177.25 
73.20 


425.86 


12.273.43 
7.708.79 


Truck operation and maintenance. . . 


3,279.59 


Interest 


594.80 
936.26 
414.00 


361.25 
509.75 
526.00 


203 . 02 
160.66 
517.00 


29,448.70 


Sinking fund and principal payments 
on debentures 


♦44.971.00 


Depreciation 


21,965.00 


Other reserves 
















Total operating costs and fixed 
charges 


7,518.10 


7,194.68 


6,571.43 


77,365.42 


458,287.28 






Net surplus 


228.76 




324.89 


1,529.34 


5,568.26 


Net loss 


320.28 














Number of Consumers 
Domestic service 


162 

51 

4 


159 

39 

9 


170 

51 

6 


1,367 

232 
56 


7,317 


Commercial light service. . . 


1,105 


Power service 


221 






Total 


217 


207 


227 


1,655 


8,643 







♦Includes 9 months' operation and revenue from other plants not distributed. 



933 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



317 



"B"— Continued 

Hydro Municipalities for Year Ended December 31, 1932 



Brantford 
Twp. 


Bridgeport 
P.V. 


Brigden 
P.V. 


Brussels 
726 


Burford 
P..V. 


Burgess- 
ville 
P.V. 


Caledonia 
1,400 


Campbell- 
ville 
P.V. 


S c. 

18,886.13 
3,861.02 
4,401.51 


$ c. 

3,662.83 

1,039.46 

654.69 


$ c. 

2,457.40 

■ 1,908.38 

922.26 


$ c. 

5,448.47 

2,702.08 

719.07 


$ c. 

4,481.37 

950.37 

1,480.59 


$ c. 

1,257.47 

533.79 

1,066.75 


$ c. 

5,443.78 
4,665.35 
2,320.15 


$ c. 

1,316.91 

465 . 48 






4,382.00 


575.00 


1,166.00 


1,281.00 


742.62 


312.00 


1,529.04 


456 . 00 


705.27 




43.30 


12.48 


249.03 




99.60 


55.10 










32.235.93 


5,931.98 


6,497.34 


10,163.10 


7,903.98 


3,170.01 


14,057.92 


2,293.49 


17,105.10 


5,013.65 


4,959.97 


6,188.92 


4,903 . 50 


3,248.03 


8,382.92 


1,592.23 


















1,003.79 
214.82 


238.00 
48.29 
30.60 


260.06 


364.44 


354.69 
74.54 


263 . 06 


1,392.18 
78.20 
97.81 


31.75 


312.91 


87.50 


















716.23 


91.34 


133.08 


82.26 


124.44 


24.48 


191.90 


9.35 


2,083.79 


212.44 

208.12 

26.00 


371.67 
238.72 




430.81 

15.22 

114.49 


126.75 
23.42 
11.25 


456.75 

606.70 

95.39 




1,585.89 
68.57 


534.42 


116.06 
16.50 










1,748.40 
3,050.68 


597.71 


87.15 
256.10 
338.00 


833 . 04 
924.30 
539.00 


54.63 
346.58 
461.00 


65.88 
241.70 
191.00 


135.22 

' '226.86 

740.00 


245 . 59 
242.64 


2,499.00 


488.00 


106.00 


















30,389.18 


6,954.15 


6,732.25 


9,466.38 


6,879.90 


4,195.57 


12,403.93 


2,360.12 


1.846.75 






696.72 


1,024.08 




1,653.99 






1,022.17 


234.91 


1,025.56 


66.63 












753 
45 

5 


114 

20 

4 


108 

41 

4 


220 

65 

2 


188 

33 

4 


54 

21 

3 


326 
90 

7 


42 
8 


803 


138 


153 


287 


225 


78 


423 


50 



318 



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No. 26 



STATEMENT 
Detailed Operating Reports of Electrical Departments of 



NIAGARA 

SYSTEM— Contin ued 



Municipality 


Cayuga 
660 


Chatham 
16,434 


Chippawa 
1,243 


Clifford 
515 


Clinton 


Population 


1,873 


Earnings 
Domestic service 


$ c. 

3,235.95 
2,594.46 
1,444.69 


$ c. 

80,191.86 

70,132.08 

55,752.04 

4,716.21 

18,943.77 

100.74 

888.18 


$ c. 

7,120.10 

1,296.81 

771.52 

848.86 

1,092.00 


$ c. 

2,319.73 

1,678.52 

126.44 


$ c. 
11,900.80 


Commercial light service 


6,085.53 


Commercial power service 


4,463 . 98 


Municipal power 


935.26 


Street lighting 


1,386.00 


854.00 


1,986.98 


Merchandise 




Miscellaneous 






26.05 


1,053.31 










Total earnings 


8,661.10 


230,724.88 


11,129.29 


5,004.74 


26.425.86 






Expenses 
Power purchased 


4,627.37 


121,779.94 
6,943.33 
2,416.10 

8,118.34 
1,128.46 
5,075.91 


5,353.91 


3,568.37 


16,154.88 


Substation operation 




Substation maintenance 










Distribution system, operation and 
maintenance 


585.50 

9.00 

11.00 


1,142.13 


23.49 


412.45 


Line transformer maintenance 


33.58 


Meter maintenance 


42.62 


18.50 


276.56 


Consumers' premises expenses 




Street lighting, operation and main- 
tenance 


137.10 


3,637.09 
473.35 

9,533.29 
15,049.36 

5,769.99 

1,935.27 
15,387.37 

13,560.28 

15,205.67 

2,886.93 


212.69 


26.07 


93.72 


Promotion of business 




Billing and collecting 


643.52 

181.82 

37.58 




291.55 
78.00 
28.04 


791.54 


General office, salaries and expenses . 
Undistributed expenses 


678.62 


2,540.03 
464.03 


Truck operation and maintenance. . . 




144.84 


Interest 


833.77 
834.38 
545.00 


502.20 
701.84 
862.00 


395.82 
160.65 
268.00 


2,389.65 


Sinking fund and principal payments 
on debentures 


1.305.66 


Depreciation 


1,816.00 


Other reserves 














Total operating costs and fixed 
charges 


8,446.04 


228,900.68 


9,496.01 


4,858.49 


26,422.94 






Net surplus 


215.06 


1,824.20 


1,633.28 


146.25 


2.92 


Net loss 
















Number of Consumers 
Domestic service 


118 

54 
4 


3,600 
720 
104 


282 
36 

7 


107 

41 

1 


514 


Commercial light service 


134 


Power service 


15 






Total 


176 


4,424 


325 


149 


663 







1933 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



319 



"B"— Continued 

Hydro Municipalities for Year Ended December 31, 1932 



Comber 
P.V. 


Cottam 
P.V. 


Courtright 
353 


Dashwood 
P.V. 


Delaware 
P.V. 


Dorchester 
P.V. 


Drayton 

552 


Dresden 
1,451 


$ c. 

2,459.02 
2,427, 19 
2,919.95 


$ c. 

2,611.33 

1,525.83 

630.70 


$ c. 

1,773.94 

1,005.87 

105.06 

762.31 

774.00 


$ c. 

1,829.01 

963 . 88 

1,118.61 


$ c. 

1,338.99 
709.57 


$ c. 

2,579.49 
862 . 89 
285 . 28 


$ c. 

3,042.64 
1,849.18 
1,192.08 


$ c. 

6,152.73 
5,256.48 
5,031.97 






428.06 


732.00 


450.00 


492.00 


264.00 


649.00 


750.00 


1,834.34 


69.85 


43.76 


14.51 


83.16 


143 . 12 


102.96 


294.55 


134.12 


8,608.01 


5,261.62 


4,435.69 


4,486.66 


2,455.68 


4,479.62 


7,128.45 


18,837.70 


6,319.88 


2,712.56 


2,898.41 


3,159.05 


1,407.12 


2,942.24 


5,459.42 


11,734.79 


















192.16 


120.53 


8.07 


46.70 


47.81 


20.26 
13.06 
31.94 


241.32 


1,353.40 


36.45 


242.39 








26.41 














67.48 


111.13 


43.50 


41.81 


17.34 


95.39 


61.00 


259.25 


378.77 






84.78 




229.04 

9.61 

11.25 




576.28 


399.13 


434.66 


203 . 83 


130.00 


246.61 
36.53 


830.75 


53.63 


20.25 


92.15 












151.91 
448.69 
417.00 


415.78 
337.36 
325.00 


281.96 
559.86 
207.00 


136.07 
105.75 
196.00 


123.03 
138.01 
155.00 


138.47 
141 . 25 
322.00 


439.09 
271.68 
492.00 


103.81 
658.50 
841 . 00 


















8,465 . 10 


4,699.41 


4,202.63 


3,790.41 


2,018.31 


3,954.51 


7,274.06 


16,449.93 


142.91 


562.21 


233.06 


696.25 


437.37 


525.11 




2,387.77 




145.61 


















98 
49 

3 


103 

30 

1 


55 

23 

2 


66 

26 

1 


53 
16 


126 

28 

1 


154 

55 
5 


372 

120 

13 








150 


134 


80 


93 


69 


155 


214 


505 



320 



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No. 26 



STATEMENT 
Detailed Operating Reports of Electrical Departments of 



NIAGARA 
SYSTEM— Continued 



Municipality. . 


Drumbo 
P.V. 


Dublin 
P.V. 


Dundas 

5,137 


Dunnville 
3,506 


Dutton 


Population 


785 






Earnings 
Domestic service 


$ c. 

2,132.56 
982.73 
850.57 


$ c. 

1,341.55 
925.35 
514.18 


$ c. 

21,701.90 

11,804.96 

18,539.12 

773.11 

6,115.93 

75.00 

65.70 


$ c. 

13,295.04 

11,581.89 

12,637.94 

2,583.17 

3,943.72 


$ c. 
3,597.40 


Commercial light service 


2,632.86 


Commercial power service 


3,728.43 


Municipal power 




Street lighting 


507.00 


750.00 


973.50 


Merchandise 




Miscellaneous 


46.73 




706.35 


211.60 








Total earnings 


4,519.59 


3,531.08 


59,075.72 


44,748.11 


11,143.79 






Expenses 
Power purchased 


2,583.18 


2,200.58 


37,049.55 


25,032.78 


7,723.55 


Substation operation 




Substation maintenance 






104.22 

6,360.71 

134.10 

1,683.54 






Distribution system, operation and 
maintenance 


143.21 


35.46 


1,873.88 


209.28 


Line transformer maintenance 


86.59 


Meter maintenance 


31.19 


2.10 


284.25 


114.35 


Consumers' premises expenses 




Street lighting, operation and main- 
tenance 


128.51 


115.98 


554.66 


309.30 


121.77 


Promotion of business 


15.05 


Billing and collecting 


168.42 

101.16 

13.25 


143.50 
21.39 

22.25 


1,179.08 

2,024.60 

942.67 

633.66 

1,425.09 

1,977.79 

3,888.00 




454.25 


General office, salaries and expenses. 
Undistributed expenses 


2,694.58 
288.95 
188.03 

3,527.32 

2,350.33 
2,949.00 


333.15 
66.94 


Truck operation and maintenance. . . 




Interest 


137.49 

155.24 
261.00 


186.03 
418.01 
260.00 


325.90 


Sinking fund and principal payments 
on debentures 


320.68 


Depreciation 


527.00 


Other reserves . . . 
















Total operating costs and fixed 
charges 


3,722.65 


3,405.30 


57,957.67 


39,498.42 


10,298.51 






Net surolus 


796.94 


125.78 


1,118.05 


5,249.69 


845 . 28 


Net loss 
















Number of Consumers 
Domestic service 


83 
24 

2 


42 

20 

3 


1,204 

199 

38 


729 

196 

33 


204 


Commercial light service. . . . 


74 


Power service 


7 






Total 


109 


65 


1,441 


958 


285 







1933 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



321 



"B"— Continued 

Hydro Municipalities for Year Ended December 31, 1932 



East 

Windsor 

16,081 


East 
York Twp. 


Elmira 
2,761 


Elora 
1,317 


Embro 

437 


Erieau 
260 


Erie 

Beach 

20 


Essex 
1,888 


$ c. 

74,200.28 
18,724.69 
35,990.63 


$ c. 

174,276.29 

22,009.23 

25,874.86 

3,828.83 

19,071.97 


$ c. 

16,408.91 

5,522.87 

4,004.84 

815.96 

1,840.00 


$ c. 

7,433.89 
3,559.68 
6,791.62 


$ c. 

2,767.51 
1,731.85 
1,282.12 


$ c. 

3,773.37 

1,079.43 

857.57 


$ c. 

1,532.87 
286.43 


$ c. 

8,276.85 
5,655.04 
4,149.87 






1,891.75 


8,419.92 


1,818.00 

74.74 

305.52 


658.00 


360.00 




3,215.49 










152.53 


677.13 


16.25 


44 


1.62 


368.43 






137.335.52 


245,213.71 


29,269.71 


19,983.45 


6,455.73 


6,070.81 


1,820.92 


23,557.43 


79,666.48 


153,493.35 


23,129.00 


12,943.33 


3,818.65 


4,173.54 


939.94 


11,818.52 


















4,823.01 
384.66 


10,717.14 

1,186.95 

3,488.16 

967.36 

2,194.66 

110.35 

10,176.70 

11,120.51 

2,906.66 

4,661.95 

16,135.53 

13,537.50 

12,096.00 

222.00 


1,438.22 


2,245.20 


311.30 


238.02 
16.20 
74.21 


150.67 


295.88 
20.76 


4,749.07 


44.49 
159.03 

108.76 
56.88 
838.83 
707.64 
985.99 
163.73 
1,774.52 

1,490.03 

1,898.00 


58.25 






50.74 


2,359.44 








2,816.27 


86.21 


155.68 


35.30 




257.10 


179.95 






11,436.79 


657.04 
490.78 
428.48 
145.83 
275.26 

696.33 

1,044.00 


290.01 

110.14 

26.06 


336.56 

61.84 

103.32 




942.08 


2,668.66 
2,386.93 


147.90 

7.50 


1,851.08 
423.23 
266.08 


4,240.82 
6,346.29 
7,733.00 


245 . 18 
410.24 
456.00 


332.27 
306.57 
310.00 


187.40 

120.03 

73.00 


1,096.81 

451.85 

1,571.00 
















129,791.37 


243,014.82 


32,795.12 


19,070.71 


5,823.26 


5,987.83 


1,626.44 


19,045.13 


7,544.15 


2,198.89 




912.74 


632.47 


82.98 


194.48 


4,512.30 




3,525.41 
















2,860 
262 

37 


8,535 

356 

36 


501 

122 

18 


314 
76 

3 


98 

46 

1 


156 
13 

2 


62 

3 


435 

106 

15 








3,159 


8,927 


641 


393 


145 


171 


65 


556 



322 



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No. 26 



STATEMENT 
Detailed Operating Reports of Electrical Departments of 



NIAGARA 
SYSTEM— Continued 



Municipality 
Population . . 



Etobicoke 
Twp. 



Exeter 
1,622 



Fergus 

2,585 



Fonthill 
833 



Forest 
1,425 



Earnings 



Domestic service 

Commercial light service . . 
Commercial power service. 

Municipal power 

Street lighting 

Merchandise 

Miscellaneous 



89,959.94 
16,742.13 
12,430.10 
2,294.81 
12,958.52 



11,747.51 

5,010.52 

4,341.40 

546.34 

1,981.56 



15,488.79 

7,198.65 

9,337.85 

897.56 

2,718.41 



4,995.94 
960.76 
316.58 
227.70 

1,063.75 



10,790.20 
5,107.63 
4,414.48 
1,002.97 
2,321.00 



1,019.46 



579.22 



611.61 



Total earnings. 



135,404.96 



24,206.55 



35,641.26 



7,564.73 



24,247.89 



Expenses 



and 



Power purchased 

Substation operation 

Substation maintenance 

Distribution system, operation 
maintenance 

Line transformer maintenance. . 

Meter maintenance 

Consumers' premises expenses. . 

Street lighting, operation and main- 
tenance 

Promotion of business 

Billing and collecting 

General office, salaries and expenses 

Undistributed expenses 

Truck operation and maintenance. . 

Interest 

Sinking fund and principal payments 
on debentures 



79,543.58 



14,886.59 



23,627.66 



4,067.21 



15,596.96 



7,645.06 

1,185.65 

758.85 



760.06 
46.50 

275.25 



1,221.30 

15.74 

439.63 



569.81 



1,399.77 



114.23 



235.28 



1,308.98 



Depreciation . . 
Other reserves 



4,339.49 
3,873.25 
2,404.36 
1,856.64 
12,346.57 

10,936.36 

9,916.00 



332.03 
53.41 
533 . 07 
2,834.28 
263 . 23 
244.36 
504.32 

914.73 

1,342.00 



436.95 
13.93 

355.91 
1,126.45 

257.29 

291.06 
1,316.06 

2,682.89 

1,450.00 



31.18 



503.93 

1,676' 73 
968.78 
455 . 00 



481.29 
19.09 
640.25 
1,819.72 
226.15 
340.92 
704.08 

1,001.72 

1,372.00 



Total operating costs and fixed 
charges 



136,114.79 



22,989.83 



33,234.87 



7,780.87 



23,837.23 



Net surplus. 
Net loss 



1,216.72 



2,406.39 



410.66 



709.83 



216.14 



Number of Consumers 



Domestic service 

Commercial light service 
Power service 



Total. 



3.001 

247 

26 

3,274 



452 

119 

10 

581 



610 

113 

15 

738 



193 

27 
4 

224 



461 

133 

21 

615 



1933 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



323 



"B"— Continued 

Hydro Municipalities for Year Ended December 31, 1932 



Gait 
13,960 


George- 
town 
1,997 


Glencoe 
767 


Goderich 
4,324 


Granton 
P.V. 


Guelph 
21,201 


Hagers- 
ville 
1,285 


Hamilton 
150,065 


$ c. 

105,155.34 

43,334.59 

73,769.17 

4,186.52 


$ c. 

13,898.39 
5,686.35 

21,464.11 

527.16 

2,115.33 


$ c. 

5,625.60 
3,408.41 
1,939.89 
1,226.02 
1,934.00 


$ c. 

29,003.83 

13,430.86 

12,435.37 

3,020.62 

3,791.50 


$ c. 

1,850.91 
995 . 19 
880.92 


$ c. 

102,151.29 

46,424.45 

94,290.38 

9,558.16 

20,199.01 


$ c. 

4,945.37 

4,705.53 

19,130.75 


$ c. 

924,806.69 

358,727.52 

1,403,670.20 

68,836.31 


22,414.88 


370.00 


1,732.00 

18.82 

685 . 23 


118,954.03 


3,375.74 


485.71 


18.63 


130.02 


129.76 


2,077.85 


46,224.38 


252,236.24 


44,177.05 


14,152.55 


61,812.20 


4,226.78 


274,701.14 


31,217.70 


2,921,219.13 


161,017.52 
4,432.52 


34,503.01 


10,615.89 


42,511.06 
1,617.97 


3,157.59 


203,591.38 
3,272.09 


22,369.48 


2,009,947.40 
68,481 07 


133.15 










15,337.43 


1,769.01 
736.66 


1,658.02 

4.65 

140.87 


452.56 


2,782.89 
638.55 
495 . 73 


58.71 


9,112.72 
2,100.79 
3,662.62 


2,461.71 
17.25 
86.78 


46,150.73 
9,547 88 


3,228.31 




123.51 


17,079.59 
13,992.42 

14,400.77 
19,881 96 






3,084.61 
1,757.50 


349.81 


219.21 


427.94 


52.31 


6,871.78 
920.22 
5,095.67 
7,643.67 
4,602.83 
1,739.85 
2,888.44 

5,460.45 

12,795.00 


188.25 


3,102.67 




552.41 

486 . 99 

72.09 

242.89 
577.88 

930.29 

869.00 


643.27 

3,047.97 

685.13 

253.81 

2,809.09 

2,123.43 

4,969.00 


127.62 
64.21 
18.75 


576.20 
609.77 
195.90 
565.37 
194.83 

' 355.97 

1,063.00 


48 871 29 


3,072.82 

9,226.99 

567.15 


2,957.77 
239.80 
630.48 
789.79 

722.09 

1,922.00 


51,317.37 
42,393.87 


16,903.72 
17,664.28 
22,285.00 


141.84 
112.43 
215.00 


244,150.52 
285,141.94 
122,386.00 


















248,981.91 


43,918.29 


15,019.21 


63,005.84 


4,071.97 


269,757.51 


28,684.51 


3,009,080.24 


3,254.33 


258.76 






154.81 


4,943 . 63 


2,533.19 






866.66 


1,193.64 


87,861.11 












3,554 
494 
112 


666 
121 

25 


222 

82 

6 


1,169 

242 

18 


82 

31 

1 


4,964 
738 
139 


305 

102 

16 


36,639 
5,177 
1,308 


4,160 


812 


310 


1,429 


114 


5,841 


423 


43,124 



324 



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No. 26 



STATEMENT 
Detailed Operating Reports of Electrical Departments of 



NIAGARA 

SYSTEM— Continued 



Municipality 
Population . . 



Harriston 
1,301 



Harrow 
907 



Hensall 

745 



Hespeler 
2,711 



Highgate 
334 



Earnings 



Domestic service 

Commercial light service. . 
Commercial power service. 

Municipal power 

Street lighting 

Merchandise 

Miscellaneous 



7,649.31 
4,725.11 
5,175.22 
469.52 
1,265.13 



8,738.71 
4,359.48 
5,169.54 



4,139.83 
1,986.89 
2,899.27 



1,215.25 



16.35 



996.00 
164'. 63 



18,802.31 
5,484.50 

32,081.11 

998.39 

2,846.58 



145.38 



Total earnings. 



19,284.29 



19,499.33 



10,186.62 



60,358.27 



Expenses 



Power purchased 

Substation operation 

Substation maintenance 

Distribution system, operation and 
maintenance 

Line transformer maintenance .... 

Meter maintenance 

Consumers' premises expenses. . . . 

Street lighting, operation and main- 
tenance 

Promotion of business 

Billing and collecting 

General office, salaries and expenses 

Undistributed expenses 

Truck operation and maintenance. . 

Interest 

Sinking fund and principal payments 
on debentures 



12,621.73 



12,427.12 



7,190.02 



1,385.07 



118.25 



193.35 

99.64 

351.58 



283.78 



33.11 



47,597.24 

392.55 

43.60 

2,872.09 

69.61 

105 . 28 



Depreciation . . 
Other reserves , 



Total operating costs and fixed 
charges 



Net surplus, 
Net loss 



137.26 



297.08 



705 . 49 
264.93 
87.62 
239.66 
734.55 

1,525.91 

913.00 



532.69 

221.87 

29.39 



18,733.47 



550.82 



563.61 
490.50 
667 . 00 



15,873.83 



3,625.50 



139.12 



530.15 



314.44 

472.33 

75.67 



427.45 
434.98 
600.00 



9,970.90 



215.72 



827.42 

1,255.56 

604.19 

158.48 

2,129.46 

2,593.57 

2,423.00 



61,602.20 



1.243.93 



1,899.23 

993.79 

1,314.85 



561.00 
146.67 



4,915.54 



3,461.40 



232.11 
22.30 



109.96 



362.78 

132.55 

20.25 



169.81 
157.20 
317.00 



4,985.36 



69.82 



Number of Consumers 



Domestic service 

Commercial light service , 
Power service 



Total 



331 

100 

13 

444 



242 
76 

5 

323 



181 
58 
13 

252 



658 

105 

28 

791 



98 

35 

6 

139 



933 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



325 



"B"— Continued 

Hydro Municipalities for Year Ended December 31, 1932 



H umber- 
stone 
2,419 


Ingersoll 
5,000 


Jarvis 
482 


Kingsville 
2,245 


Kitchener 
31,114 


Lambeth 
P.V. 


La Salle 
609 


Leaming- 
ton 
4,912 


$ c. 

9,222.35 
2,802.69 
2,819.52 


$ c. 

32,219.41 

15,484.06 

22,815.90 

1,888.33 


$ c. 

2,273.18 
2,040.79 
4,538.87 


$ c. 

12,429.74 
6,732.34 
2,764.27 
1,185.80 
3,477.16 


$ c. 

194,660.72 

105,541.11 

204,184.44 

20,721.65 

33,649.47 

743 . 44 

1,726.43 


$ c. 

3,733.60 
1,557.94 


$ c. 

7,714.49 
2,151.97 
2,818.29 


$ c. 

24,796.90 
14,322.56 
11,297.59 




479.51 
453 . 00 


4,780.34 


1,367.00 


4,841.20 
169.73 
566.57 


840.00 


990.00 


5,891.51 


242.31 


50.77 


1,146.51 


8.00 


38.12 


1,044.08 


16.453.87 


77,985.20 


9,743.61 


27,735.82 


561,227.26 


6,232.05 


13,712.87 


62,132.98 


8,796.53 


59,235.18 
706.16 


7,160.55 


1-5,209.18 


393,327.79 
8,798.18 
2,716.43 

15,732.06 

600.34 

5,773.34 


3,896.48 


7,787.46 


35.073.18 














1,093.07 


2,225.60 
376.59 
619.00 


170.46 


1,602.58 
186.79 
308 . 66 


176.46 


856.53 


4,016.78 
35.52 


171.20 






2.25 


252.80 










168.95 


695.00 


29.34 


477.01 


11,888.75 
1,036.59 
12,162.21 
10,205.42 
10,160.05 
2,837.96 
11,980.44 

22,937.43 

29,358.17 

2,625.53 


21.27 


112.13 


645 . 24 




1,673.43 

5„256.24 

700.06 

657.89 

3,317.00 

1,677.35 

3,412.00 


510.73 
52.71 
28.29 


1,475.23 
842.83 
704.87 
199 . 04 

1,796.55 

637.14 
1,821.00 




591.55 

357.28 

63.25 

255.26 

753 . 65 

597.71 

762.00 


1,544.24 


857.59 


238.74 
15.00 


3,049.93 
932.02 


169.77 


482.43 


1,309.65 
1,200.00 
1,013.00 


417.59 
462 . 14 
375.00 


168.63 
128*53 

314.00 


2,222.83 
1.962.03 
3,069.00 
















14,779.76 


80,551.50 


9,206.81 


25,260.88 


542,140.69 


4,959.11 


12,139.07 


53,286.00 


1,674.11 




536.80 


2,474.94 


19,086.57 


1,272.94 


1,573.80 


8,846.98 




2,566.30 


















486 
65 

7 


1,312 
249 

45 


116 

41 

4 


702 

173 

14 


7,004 
961 
246 


109 
26 

2 


199 

25 

5 


1,315 

249 

26 


558 


1,606 


161 


889 


8,211 


137 


229 


1,590 



326 



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No. 26 



STATEMENT 
Detailed Operating Reports of Electrical Departments of 



NIAGARA 
SYSTEM— Continued 



Municipality 


Listowel 
2,688 


London 
71,310 


London 
Twp. 


Long 

Branch 

3,537 




Population 


547 






Earnings 
Domestic service 


$ c. 

17,844.57 
8,503.19 

11,705.38 
1,501.38 
3,831.60 


$ c. 

484,819.17 

201,201.31 

344,339.45 

54,655.00 

54,071.71 


$ c. 

10,836.52 
2,353.85 
1,410.34 


$ c. 

23,730.14 

5,465.06 

1,048.94 

909 . 54 

3,405.30 


$ c. 
5,022.45 


Commercial light service. . . 


1,770.44 
951.78 


Commercial power service 


Municipal power 




Street lighting 


832.50 


1,065.00 


Merchandise 


Miscellaneous 


498.93 


28,956.59 


164.91 


494.21 


274.39 






Total earnings 


43,885.05 


1,168,043.23 


15,598.12 


35,053.19 


9,084.06 






Expenses 


31,133.77 


735,627.73 

16,168.96 

9,254.91 

6,199.04 

2.852.42 

11,257.22 

5,648.30 

10.811.01 
6,424.42 
24,629.18 
45,719.47 
10,829.28 
5,521.23 
35,416.23 

74,869.17 

88,813.77 

10,663.24 


10,302.89 


19,906.12 


5,092.31 


Substation operation 




Substation maintenance 


76.75 

2,319.46 

12.26 

109.60 








Distribution system, operation and 
maintenance 


507.26 


3,653.08 
101.59 
274.12 


993 . 49 


Line transformer maintenance .... 




Meter maintenance 


166.26 




Consumers' premises expenses 




Street lighting, operation and main- 
tenance 


326.93 


219.71 


409.17 


99.10 


Promotion of business ...... 




Billing and collecting 


775.48 
566.87 
504.75 
172.75 
642.49 

1,628.95 

2,408 . 00 


492.76 

468.15 

22.73 


2,071.02 

1,921.62 

869 . 09 


331.27 


General office, salaries and expenses . 
Undistributed expenses 


400.32 
76.30 


Truck operation and maintenance 




Interest 


705.70 
912.62 
662.00 


2,453.14 
1,431.29 
2,071.00 


241.46 


Sinking fund and principal payments 
on debentures 


246.43 


Depreciation 


600.00 


Other reserves . . 














Total operating costs and fixed 
charges 


40,678.06 


1,100,705.58 


14,460.08 


. 35,161.24 


8,080.68 






Net surplus 


3,206.99 


67,337.65 


1,138 04 




1,003.38 


Net loss. 


108.05 














Number of Consumers 
Domestic service 


715 

153 

22 


16,472 

• 2,802 

488 


318 

20 

3 


1,019 

104 

4 


174 


Commercial light service. . . . 


44 


Power service 


7 






Total 


890 


19,762 


341 


1,127 


225 







933 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



327 



"B"— Continued 

Hydro Municipalities for Year Ended December 31, 1932 



Lynden 
P.V. 


Markham 
1,001 


Merlin 
P.V. 


Merritton 
2,515 


Milton 
1,825 


Milverton 
1,064 


Mimico 
6,422 


Mitchell 
1,609 


$ c. 

2,006.59 
835.43 
809 . 96 


$ c. 

6,525.34 
2,675.76 
3,283.33 
476.20 
1,596.00 


$ c. 

2,277.52 
1,709.85 
2,184.51 


$ c. 

11,583.92 

2,274.63 

63,547.92 


$ c. 

11,477.39 

5,465.18 

14,055.71 


$ c. 

5,625.34 

2,726.53 

4,464.86 

383.57 

999 . 00 


$ c. 

55,887.61 
9,412.69 
3,659.68 
4,808 . 43 
8,681.07 


$ c. 

10,861.65 

4,497.52 

4,169.15 

846.86 


445.79 


688 . 00 


3,343.00 


1,905.00 


2,088.00 
1,045.43 


3.85 


158.95 


295.79 




652.52 


142.62 


178.37 


133.81 








4,101.62 


14,715.58 


7,155.67 


80,749.47 


33,555.80 


14,341.92 


82,627.85 


23,642.42 


2,993.40 


9,311.36 


4,648.38 


60,994.53 


21,010.73 
279.67 


11,434.40 


51,035.66 


15,042.73 
467.70 












289.50 

8,109.33 
333.35 
404.30 




147.46 


1,169.92 


330.84 
38.37 

57.55 


2,650.77 
41.10 

527.82 


2,265.11 


423.92 


554.54 


29.70 




92.41 


34.49 


396.85 








29.94 


219.32 


126.22 


558.68 


179.96 


106.99 


1,330.82 


62.77 


177.75 




248.16 

212.64 

15.00 


950.20 
967.25 
590.32 
397.91 
976.41 

1,425.28 

2,080.00 


803.40 

2,249.40 

284.52 

342.34 

1,609.06 

1,528.43 

2,178.30 


552.13 
269.59 
221.79 


1,768.11 

1,850.27 

554.07 

533.69 

4,337.41 

' 4,583.13 

5,242.00 


869.77 


9.93 
20.00 


•981.20 


1,552.36 
768.46 




229.96 
112.55 

352.14 

733 . 00 


113.04 


163.12 
146.16 


569.99 
607.00 
347.94 


229.37 
641.81 
650.00 


2.66 


255.00 


2,812.00 


















3,972.46 


13,109.45 


7,202.09 


72,160.27 


32,823.33 


14,564.49 


80,371.64 


22,642.88 


129.16 


1,606.13 




8,589.20 


732.47 




2,256.21 


999.54 




46.42 


222.57 
















82 

20 

1 


274 

69 

9 


106 

42 

2 


700 
60 
11 


465 

106 

20 


227 

72 

8 


1,745 

136 

14 


426 

109 

23 


103 


352 


150 


771 


591 


307 


1,895 


558 



328 



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No. 26 



STATEMENT 
Detailed Operating Reports of Electrical Departments of 



NIAGARA 
SYSTEM— Continued 



Municipality 


Moore- 
field 
P.V. 


Mount 

Brydges 

P.V. 


Newbury 
312 


New 

Hamburg 

1,462 


New 


Population 


Toronto 
6,437 






Earnings 
Domestic service 


$ c. 

928.00 

723.73 

1,316.10 


$ c. 

2,892.63 

1,027.96 

922.86 


$ c. 

1,296.42 

1,076.74 

843.97 


$ c. 

10,630.73 
4,120.58 
4,036.33 


$ c. 
34,424.55 


Commercial light service 


12,232.83 


Commercial power service 


100,983.26 


Municipal power 


10,133.30 


Street lighting 


375.00 


490.00 


720.00 


2,256.95 
357.65 


8,647.98 


Merchandise 




Miscellaneous 


62.84 


221.74 


14.39 










Total earnings 


3,405.67 


5,555.19 


3,951.52 


21,402.24 


166,421.92 






Expenses 
Power purchased 


2,711.38 


3,542.35 


2,440.19 


14,882.44 


138,972.75 


Substation operation 




Substation maintenance 








436.52 

430.36 

92.39 

339.60 




Distribution system, operation and 
maintenance 


38.37 


439.87 
44.96 
60.73 


124.34 


6,141.90 


Line transformer maintenance 


280.67 


Meter maintenance 






756.21 


Consumers' premises expenses 








Street lighting, operation and main- 
tenance 


39.26 


37.60 


40.33 


303.70 


2,097.32 


Promotion of business 




Billing and collecting 




174.31 

112.86 

24.00 




588.82 
824.00 
170.62 
238.55 
508.75 

754.79 

1,282.00 


2,641.02 


General office, salaries and expenses . 
Undistributed expenses 


123.17 


138.55 
20.25 


5,013.85 
1,284.16 


Truck operation and maintenance. . . 




1,671.91 


Interest 


115.63 
274.86 
178.00 


145.60 
144.76 
280.00 


324.00 
500.00 
276.00 


298.90 


Sinking fund and principal payments 
on debentures 


289.79 


Depreciation 


5,014.00 


Other reserves. . . . 
















Total operating costs and fixed 
charges 


3,480.67 


5,007.04 


3,863.66 


20,852.54 


164,462.48 






Net surplus 




548.15 


87.86 


549.70 


1,959.44 


Net loss 


75.00 














Number of Consumers 
Domestic service 


55 

29 

2 


130 
40 

3 


62 

27 

2 


347 
92 
13 


1,610 


Commercial light service 


167 


Power service 


28 






Total 


86 


173 


91 


452 


1,805 







1933 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



329 



"B"— Continued 

Hydro Municipalities for Year Ended December 31, 1932 



Niagara 
Falls 
18,678 


Niagara-on- 

the-Lake 

1,657 


North York 
Twp. 


Norwich 
1,071 


Oil 

Springs 

448 


Otterville 
P.V. 


Palmerston 
1,750 


Paris 
4,263 


$ c. 

144,088.85 
61,319.99 
52,937.47 
14,587.49 
29,755.81 


$ c. 

14,446.79 
3,707.03 

838.97 
1,616.49 
2,777.76 

398 . 63 


$ c. 

89,239.85 

13,701.59 

29,184.44 

3,885.01 

5,083.67 


$ c 

8,160. 12 

3,139.55 

1,511.30 

578.57 

2,120.00 

171.15 

185.18 


$ c. 

1,693.00 
1,078.61 
7,936.25 

75o!66 


$ c. 

2,041.41 

1,736.94 

530.67 

112.42 

753.00 


$ c. 

10,572.35 
5,017.80 
4,740.96 
1,634.44 
1,718.25 


$ c. 

24.635.93 
8,570.76 

12,460.37 
1,225.00 
5,674.90 


34.50 


50.76 


2,120.56 


410.52 


157.50 


4.89 


3,370.18 


302,724.11 


23,836.43 


143,215.12 


15,865.87 


11,868.38 


5,331,94 


23,688.69 


55,937.14 


179,112.83 
10,096.41 


12,691.16 


80,574.64 


11,325.00 


7,782.04 


3,797.52 


16,293.21 


32,545.58 
253.28 


















7,727.21 
422.50 


2,260.81 


7,692.00 

524.55 

1,879.66 


1,535.80 


577.01 


248.17 

13.03 

7.40 


1,048.68 

6.16 

293 . 49 


4,923.20 


5,923.60 


122.84 


83.32 


64.09 


336.52 


3,108.58 


436.25 


1,014.09 


286.93 


92.52 


59.14 


249.61 


872.16 


7,695.45 




4,633.42 
4,805.16 
2,878.77 
3,277.67 
16,858.72 

13,083.10 

10,307.00 


439.49 
310.38 
366.98 
210.07 
361.33 

538.41 

790.00 


391.77 
246.38 
246.51 


271.01 

116.68 

24.00 


847.07 
712.49 
136.54 
81.74 
451.32 

• 813.98 

1,219.00 


1,469.60 


9,337.22 
6.258.75 


1,940.93 


441.45 
1,300.18 


3.465.77 


334.47 
1,287.79 

898.39 

1,436.00 


339.71 


21,704.61 
23,176.50 
22,413.00 


441.27 

1,064.33 

656.00 


84.38 
310.75 
365.00 


1,895.39 
1,588.47 
4,723.00 


















300,442.43 


21,408.64 


147,528.79 


16,247.71 


11,561.92 


5,297.08 


22,153.29 


50,688.54 


2,281.68 


2,427.79 






306.46 


34.86 


1,535.40 


5,248.60 




4,313.67 


381.84 
















4,287 

686 

87 


466 

74 
10 


2,679 
221 

35 


349 
86 

7 


74 
26 

32 


106 
43 

4 


398 

102 

10 


1,056 
180 

25 


5,060 


550 


2,935 


442 


132 


153 


510 


1,261 



330 



TWENTY-FIFTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 26 



STATEMENT 
Detailed Operating Reports of Electrical Departments of 



NIAGARA 
SYSTEM— Continued 



Municipality 

Population • 


Parkhill 
968 


Petrol ia 
2,431 


Plattsville 
P.V. 


Point 

Edward 

1,114 


Port 

Colborne 

6,494 






Earnings 
Domestic service 


$ c. 

4,929.28 

3,088.29 

963.04 

531.28 

1,437.00 


$ c. 

11,406.60 

6,379.26 

21,742.26 


$ c. 

2,526.52 

1,075.00 

575.88 


$ c. 

6,052.32 

1,786.59 

16,966.50 


$ c. 
28,498.60 


Commercial light service 

Commercial power service 

Municipal power 


12,601.87 
7,413.57 
6,499 . 80 


Street lighting 


2,652.00 


510.00 


1,629.30 


7,829.99 


Merchandise 




Miscellaneous 


12.60 


556.81 


9.27 


651.29 


549.49 






Total earnings 


10,961.49 


42,736.93 


4,696.67 


27,086.00 


63,393.32 






Expenses 


7,594.12 


30,441.43 


3,218.46 


20,967.58 


36,866.98 


Substation operation 




Substation maintenance 












Distribution system, operation and 
maintenance 


295.28 


2,963.05 
431.50 
201.57 


175.08 


378.91 

104.65 

34.95 


2,718.80 


Line transformer maintenance 


540.09 


Meter maintenance 




4.50 


1,252.92 


Consumers' premises expenses 






Street lighting, operation and main- 
tenance 


143.26 


129.25 


23.60 


246.57 


2,135.15 


Promotion of business 


1,586.22 


Billing and collecting 

General office, salaries and expenses. 
Undistributed expenses 


291.16 

175.92 

30.36 


504.10 

2,217.19 

380.37 

238.88 

1,600.67 

2,115.28 

2,677.00 


164.80 
12.10 
20.25 




1,756.01 


1,871.72 


3,398.20 
608.75 


Truck operation and maintenance. . . 




1,372.90 


Interest 


467.38 
940.01 
662.00 


160.03 
180.64 
232.00 


590.47 
892.15 
984.00 


5,872.04 


Sinking fund and principal payments 
on debentures 


6,407.40 


Depreciation 


4,024.00 


Other reserves. . 
















Total operating costs and fixed 
charges 


10,599.49 


43,900.29 


4,191.46 


26,071.00 


68,539.46 






Net surplus 

Net loss 


362.00 




505.21 


1,015.00 




1,163.36 


5,146.14 












Number of Consumers 
Domestic service 


240 

75 
5 


679 
167 

53 


98 

24 

1 


296 

43 
10 


1,222 


Commercial light service 


228 


Power service 


21 






Total 


320 


899 


123 


349 


1,471 







933 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



331 



"B"- Continued 

Hydro Municipalities for Year Ended December 31, 1932 



Port 

Credit 

1,600 


Port 

Dalhousie 

1,394 


Port 
Dover 

1,584 


Port 

Rowan 

676 


Port 

Stanley 
694 


Preston 
6,173 


Princeton 
P.V. 


Queenston 
P.V. 


$ c. 

12,416.24 

4,754.90 

716.78 

1,178.13 


$ ' c. 

12,985.94 
2,498.83 
4,316.92 


$ c. 

8,019.11 
4,944.95 
5,832.62 


$ c. 

3,431.75 

1,949.94 

117.40 


$ c. 

12,117.75 

3,248.87 

4,417.28 

692.65 

1,963.44 


$ c. 

44,740.49 

17,012.71 

34,971.22 

943.60 

4,973.62 


$ c. 

2,317.28 

689.89 

3,026.47 


$ c. 

2,669.09 
264.46 
765.67 


2,680.00 


1,630.00 


2,569.00 


1,242.00 


481.00 


566.16 


66.17 








258.26 


572.36 


21.26 


32.00 












21,812.22 


21,431.69 


21,365.68 


6,741.09 


22,698.25 


103,214.00 


6,535.90 


4,297.38 


15,891.33 


14,104.74 


13,015.85 


4,161.42 


13,473.60 


70,252.02 
4,284.65 


5,060.62 


2,397.16 
















987.55 


1,443.40 


575.19 

17.97 

141.26 


92.46 


2,286.13 

81.18 

355.49 


4,631.23 
367.08 
776.69 


137.23 


2.00 


70.30 


63.19 


17.80 


1.70 








365.67 


194.15 


390.08 
4.27 
419.89 
243 . 28 
133.26 


37.53 


156.19 


765.56 


30.43 


72.20 


1,116.24 


. 699.92 
599.66 
122.84 
291.98 
748.16 

1,054.83 

892.00 


242.07 

192.47 

28.36 


659.62 
509.91 
137.91 
226.05 
450.57 

782.25 

1,163.00 


1,638.54 
1,202.09 
1,111.62 
399.46 
3,126.20 

5,817.32 

7,840.00 


230.57 

2.34 

15.00 




329.73 
113.04 


343.92 






456.78 

495.36 

1,399.00 


1,084.09 
1,975.92 
1,203.00 


1,096.09 
377.51 
324.00 


108.47 
122.46 
235.00 


370.49 
439.50 
301.00 


















21,225.00 


20,214.87 


19,204.06 


6,569.71 


20,281.90 


102,212.46 


5,943.82 


3,926.27 


587.22 


1,216.82 


2,161.62 


171.38 


2,416.35 


1,001.54 


592.08 


371.11 


















399 
75 

5 


590 
58 
10 


464 

130 

12 


97 

35 
1 


572 
78 
16 


1,548 

233 
51 


78 

19 

3 


65 

10 

1 


479 


658 


606 


133 


666 


1,832 


100 


76 



332 



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No. 26 



STATEMENT 
Detailed Operating Reports of Electrical Departments of 



NIAGARA 
SYSTEM— Contin ued 



Municipality 


Richmond 
Hill 
1,235 


Ridgetown 
1,990 


Riverside 
5.125 


Rockwood 
P.V. 


Rodney 

738 


Population '. 






Earnings 
Domestic service 


% c. 

7,425.30 

3,662.71 

2,375.93 

383.77 

1,389.00 

76.96 

98.69 


$ c. 

9,433.23 
5,071.28 
4,060.91 

823 . 04 

3,367.46 

30.77 

672.67 


$ c. 

39,734.22 
4,978.35 
6,991.71 
3,236.57 
4,181.42 


$ c. 

3,076.71 

1,010.10 

293.69 


$ c. 
3,393.12 


Commercial light service 

Commercial power service 

Municipal power 


3,164.78 
1,842.26 


Street lighting 


750.75 


1,028.72 


Merchandise 




Miscellaneous 


135.70 


25.42 


151.02 






Total earnings 


15,412.36 


23,459.36 


59,257.97 


5,156.67 


9,579.90 


Expenses 


9,760.31 


16,302.84 


37,467.54 


3,969.46 


6,615.99 


Substation operation 




Substation maintenance 












Distribution system, operation and 
maintenance 


1,414.79 


1,170.63 

27.50 

150.75 


1,749.56 

257.51 

1,955.67 

1,020.84 

1,317.61 
62.80 
3,913.97 
1,435.71 
1,066.52 


226.42 


322.35 


Line transformer maintenance . . 




Meter maintenance 




8.36 


287.33 


Consumers' premises expenses 






Street lighting, operation and main- 
tenance 


203 . 45 


284.99 


89.61 


191.50 


Promotion of business 




Billing and collecting. . 




970.27 
894.05 
393.62 
111.42 
425.41 

337.41 

1,290.00 




390.81 


General office, salaries and expenses. 
Undistributed expenses . . 


691.68 


516.21 


236.43 
38.24 










Interest 


290.29 
644.47 
505 . 00 


3,666.09 
3,548.71 
3,711.00 


125.00 

75.61 

419.00 


299.71 


Sinking fund and principal payments 
on debentures 


261.97 


Depreciation 


406.00 


Other reserves. . . 
















Total operating costs and fixed 
charges 


13,509.99 


22,358 89 


61,173.53 


5,429.67 


9,050.33 






Net surplus 


1,902.37 


1,100.47 






529.57 


Net loss 


1,915.56 


273.00 












Number of Consumers 
Domestic service 


331 
64 
15 


550 
141 

24 


1,102 
50 

8 


144 

35 

2 


198 


Commercial light service 


71 


Power service 


7 






Total 


410 


715 


1.160 


181 


276 







1933 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



333 



"B"— Continued 

Hydro Municipalities for Year Ended December 31, 1932 



St. Cath- 
arines 
25,645 


St. Clair 

Beach 

114 


St. George 
P.V. 


St. Jacobs 
P.V. 


St. Marys 
4,032 


St. Thomas 
16,582 


Sandwich 
11,408 


$ c. 

145,074.32 
47,241.11 
77,607.95 


$ c. 

2,154.10 

1,415.56 

441.44 


$ c. 

2,777.28 

894 . 23 

2,188.36 


$ c. 

3,581.79 

1,157.09 

802.86 


$ c. 

30,749.98 

9,399.75 

16,486.01 

2,675.17 

3,545.54 

58.08 

532.39 


$ c. 

105,753.69 

46,918.27 

45,284.12 

5,424.26 

14,615.28 


$ c. 

86,747.73 
17,751.29 
12,838.00 


22,252.82 




304.00 


460.00 


9,668.67 






317.32 


4,670.78 




103.10 


142.08 


2,774.08 


1,839.36 








296.846.98 


4,011.10 


6,266.97 


6,143.82 


63,446.92 


220,769.70 


129,162.37 


181,021.24 
5,972.96 


3,120.61 


5,639.19 


5,021.85 


46,801.18 

1,350.00 

157.26 

1,941.87 

398.28 
800.65 


148,015.87 

6,568.45 

340.38 

8,100.48 

656.80 

1.606.75 

1,436.33 

1,700.11 
75.43 
4,100.73 
12,316.96 
5,611.41 
2,315.85 
1,783.03 

' -5;006.36 

12,120.00 


94,386.14 












15,127.53 
1,371.74 


348.71 

1.56 

121.03 

34.96 


27.91 


38.81 


1,111.68 
342.42 


5.318.50 
297.39 


55.50 


25.15 


902.06 


3,750.28 


57.70 


52.16 


1,289.75 


1,849.10 


1,185.75 






10,378.32 


204.60 

31.54 

117.47 


497.36 
62.68 
49.88 




1,368.03 

1,345.69 

739.31 

383.20 

2,413.98 

2,748.50 

4,163.00 


5,466.44 


10,716.79 
5,061.14 
4.916.63 


372.88 
15.00 


5,998.81 
2,079.54 
1,107.82 


13,008.47 
12,602.59 
16,628.00 


249.17 
311.90 
302.00 


208.07 
204.76 
304.00 


137.93 
364.16 

333 . 00 


6,706.29 
6,096.49 
5,501.00 
















287,357.33 


4,843 . 55 


7,107.05 


6,360.94 


65,900.70 


211,754.94 


131,547.79 


9,489 . 65 










9,014.76 






832.45 


840.08 


217.12 


2,453.78 


2,385.42 








6,396 
707 
147 


48 

7 
2 


133 

35 
3 


104 

28 

6 


1,030 
194 

41 


3,974 
641 

78 


2,302 
198 

27 


7,250 


57 


171 


138 


1,265 


4,693 


2,527 



334 



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No. 26 



STATEMENT 
Detailed Operating Reports of Electrical Departments of 



NIAGARA 
SYSTEM— Continued 



Municipality 
Population . . 



Earnings 

Domestic service 

Commercial light service. . 
Commercial power service . 

Municipal power 

Street lighting 

Merchandise 

Miscellaneous 



Total earnings. 



and 



Expenses 



Power purchased 

Substation operation 

Substation maintenance 

Distribution system, operation 
maintenance 

Line transformer maintenance. . 

Meter maintenance 

Consumers' premises expenses. . 

Street lighting, operation and main- 
tenance 

Promotion of business 

Billing and collecting 

General office, salaries and expenses 

Undistributed expenses 

Truck operation and maintenance. . 

Interest 

Sinking fund and principal payments 
on debentures 



Depreciation. . 
Other reserves 



Total operating costs and fixed 
charges 



Net surplus. 
Net loss. . . . 



Sarnia 
17,540 



104,014.86 

48,013.12 

162,863.53 



18,322.96 

218.85 

1,912.75 



335,346.07 



227,119.74 
5,788.77 
1,368.46 

8,028.15 
1,908.70 
2,860.45 



4,875.16 
464.74 

5,905.49 
12,120.54 

6,381.07 

2,699.22 
10,079.91 

19,287.40 

17,030.00 



325,917.80 



9,428.27 



Scarboro' 
Twp. 



94,006.56 
17,553.61 
8,705.47 
11,356.48 
16,208.44 



410.95 



148,241.51 



81,757.32 



70.17 

5,452.14 
1,584.73 
1,380.93 



2,603.78 



5,261.14 
6,545.86 
3,104.21 
1,879.32 
11,762.41 

12,647.85 

10,358.00 



144,407.86 



3,833.65 



Seaforth 
1,688 



$ c. 

10,759.68 

5,506.36 

4,631.68 

668.24 

1,788.00 

443.52 

667.23 



24,444.71 



15,919.83 



8.60 

2,335.65 
87.48 
59.29 



313.56 



821.74 
370.48 
241.32 
117.09 
1,269.49 

445.75 

1,717.00 



23,707.28 



737.43 



Simcoe 
5,263 



19,137.87 

24,353.79 

23,769.40 

2,685.70 

4,383.91 



1,144.08 



75,474.75 



43,974.09 
526.98 



3,885.05 

112.69 

1,329.68 



1,070.48 



1,750.31 

1,983.64 

438.71 

765.88 

3,095.35 

2,802.01 

3,185.00 



64.919.87 



10,554.88 



Springfield 
387 



$ c. 

1,711.37 

694.73 

1.421.47 



550.00 
383^75 



4,761.32 



3,473.71 



217.52 



39.15 



316.78 
31.60 
30.33 



218.59 
159.87 
326.00 



4,813.55 



52.23 



Number of Consumers 



Domestic service 

Commercial light service. 
Power service 



Total 



4,496 
623 

85 

5,204 



4,343 

350 

38 

4,731 



485 

116 

15 

616 



1,084 

306 

38 

1,428 



89 

36 

4 

129 



1933 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



335 



"B"— Continued 

Hydro Municipalities for Year Ended December 31, 1932 



Stamford 
Twp. 


Stouffville 
1,117 


Stratford 
18,626 


Strathroy 
2,870 


Sutton 
805 


Tavistock 
995 


Tecumseh 
2,550 


Thames- 
ford 
P.V. 


$ c 

51,865.70 
7,006.93 
3,609.35 
1,862.46 


$ c. 

7,278.39 

2,783.22 

711.37 


$ c. 

150,119.36 
52,937.52 
47,550.41 
10,741.17 
16,434.00 


$ c. 

20,186.60 

10,600.21 

8,957.66 

1,443.88 

4,343.46 

208.81 

941.53 


$ c. 

8,156.87 
3,473.05 
1,318.98 


$ c. 

7,320.11 
2,121.18 
8,020.32 
414.49 
1,212.00 


$ c. 

14,163.53 
3,018.22 
2,473.94 


$ c. 

2,428.02 
1,450.24 
2,898.03 


7,997.37 
534.98 


1,764.00 


1,906.50 


1,049.50 


517.00 




286.52 


5,766.46 


114.10 


268.76 




386.09 








72,876.79 


12,823.50 


283,548.92 


46,682.15 


14,969.50 


19,356.86 


20,705.19 


7,679.38 


36,897.99 
396.11 


7,972.42 


203,032.78 
4,600.36 
1,287.02 

6,335.76 

919.72 

2,434.28 


29,007 . 73 

231.45 

46.98 

1,274.35 

99.98 

465.71 


8,774.27 


18,111.49 


12,549.14 


5,632.60 














4,183.10 
89.80 


652.33 


309.99 


477.13 

15.85 

142.41 


1,216.96 
106.29 

1,088.05 
392.25 

369.80 

28.73 

1,789.81 

246.61 

517.99 


204.68 
94.22 


644.15 






44.03 










961.62 


177.45 


3,742.71 
1,424.10 
5,612.85 
4,756.07 
7,686.98 
870.88 
21,775.00 

10,022.36 

19,230.00 


553.48 


151.36 


230.00 


49.77 


3,693.39 




1,030.65 

2,206.74 

469.82 

386.74 

1,946.62 

2,480.33 

3,209.00 




643.49 

153.05 

77.17 


107.50 


4,031.25 
1,930.77 


423.71 


665 . 85 


156.20 
28.00 


2,064.86 








9,764.43 

10,008.67 

5,695.00 


526.62 

1,433.95 

478 . 00 


1,042.34 

1,276.40 

783.00 


202.56 
187.74 
746.00 


1,457.10 

' 1,236.33 

1,429.00 


105.99 
195.90 
419.00 


















80,361.14 


11,664.48 


293,730.87 


43,409.58 


13,003.21 


20,986.89 


22,428.06 


7,037.89 




1,159.02 




3,272.57 


1,966.29 






641 49 


7,484.35 


10,181.95 


1,630.03 


1,722.87 














1,654 

74 
12 


327 

83 

4 


4,335 
640 
140 


797 
170 

27 


385 
82 

5 


260 
71 

5 


499 

50 

4 


119 
38 

7 


1,740 


414 


5,115 


994 


472 


336 


553 


164 



336 



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No. 26 



STATEMENT 
Detailed Operating Reports of Electrical Departments of 



NIAGARA 

SYSTEM— Continued 



Municipality 


Thames- 
ville 
786 


Thedford 
515 


Thorndale 
P.V. 


Thorold 
5,068 


Tilbury 
1,929 


Population : 




Earnings 
Domestic service 


$ c. 

3,947.55 
3,230.42 
1,951.04 
256.21 
1,191.00 


$ c. 

2,923.17 
1,926.26 

554.57 


$ c. 

1,394.97 

1,007.23 

243.22 


$ c. 

19,233.01 
6,480.51 

27,371.79 
3,526.63 
3,551.00 


$ c. 

7,083.69 

7,659.86 

9,174.68 

390.56 


Commercial light service 


Commercial power service 


Municipal power 


Street lighting 


1,035.00 


382.10 


1,563.72 


Merchandise 




Miscellaneous 


322.31 


79.20 






558.05 










Total earnings 


10,898.53 


6,518.20 


3,027.52 


60,162.94 


26,430.56 






Expenses 


6,880.14 


4,419.09 


2,780.38 


46,990.75 
2,204.96 


16,785.27 


Substation operation 




Substation maintenance 










Distribution system, operation and 
maintenance 


528.76 


198.53 


14.00 


2,697.11 


1,965.35 


Line transformer maintenance 




Meter maintenance 


175.89 




3.75 


547.32 


55.55 


Consumers' premises expenses 






Street lighting, operation and main- 
tenance 


225.46 


97.07 


33.78 


552.71 


117.82 


Promotion of business 




Billing and collecting 


319.39 

323.80 

57.26 


172.38 
74.85 
38.35 


65.53 

2.70 

20.25 


1,220.52 

655.38 

574.85 

388.64 

32.67 

640.88 

2,615.00 


515.16 


General office, salaries and expenses . 
Undistributed expenses 


581.19 
241.92 


Truck operation and maintenance. . . 




Interest 


294.95 
535.00 
705 . 00 


639.13 
803.28 
361.00 


85.27 

82.92 

220.00 


474.02 


Sinking fund and principal payments 
on debentures 


601.20 


Depreciation 


1,069.00 


Other reserves . 
















Total operating costs and fixed 
charges 


10,045.65 


6,803 . 68 


3,308.58 


59,120.79 


22,406.48 






Net surplus 


852.88 






1,042.15 


4,024.08 


Net loss 


285 . 48 


281.06 












Number of Consumers 
Domestic service 


218 
79 

7 


129 
39 

3 


62 
23 

1 


1,180 

190 

15 


428 


Commercial light service 


137 


Power service 


15 






Total 


304 


171 


86 


1,385 


580 







1933 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



337 



"B"— Continued 

Hydro Municipalities for Year Ended December 31, 1932 



Tillson- 

burg 

3,287 


Toronto 
621,596 


Toronto 
Twp. 


Trafalgar 

Twp. 
Area No. 1 


Trafalgar 

Twp. 
Area No. 2 


Walkerville 
11,351 


Wallaceburg 
4.501 


$ c. 

14,747.42 

12,767.44 

9,716.28 


$ c. 

3,735,109.87 
2,989,958.80 
3,299,006.51 
1,323,981.04 
528,737.84 


$ c. 

59,049.56 

14,120.05 

7,181.69 


$ c. 

14,465.91 
632.39 
554.08 


$ c. 
5,856.62 


$ c. 

102,105.01 

31,822.21 

139,568.63 


$ c. 

18.336.77 
10,345.93 
43,023.73 


863.71 




1,593.86 


3,283.55 


4,975.20 






12,746.46 


4.477.82 


39 58 








1.090.23 


266,601.46 


915.97 


81.00 


64.61 


4,468.17 


945.09 


42,508.21 


12,143,395.52 


86,242.47 


15,733.38 


5,921.23 


290,710.48 


78,723.20 


27,198.12 
978.68 


6,401,270.00 
228,712.99 
241,920.13 

387,990.45 

42,390.21 

114,408.85 

308,403.82 

132,745.80 
195,797.83 


47,830.64 


7,513.60 


2,523.24 


202,171.68 
6,844.65 
1,550.89 

3,737.26 

293.02 

.3,426.75 

1,664.11 

2,988.95 
7,232.31 
6,939 . 40 
10,732.65 
4,674.99 
1,920.93 
9,807.61 

' 14,477.60 

15,927.00 


59.617.67 
246.60 












3,063.34 
148.34 


4,293.72 
110.09 
700.83 


2,415.30 


547.60 


1,772.30 
337.99 


428.02 


121.11 


22.35 


893.40 


415.75 


610.79 






540.67 








524.04 


848.15 


• 351,700.92 

" 373,814.80 

* 135,469. 45 

1,552,368 '90 

1,185,200.09 

794,694.43 

26,356.80 


3,201.58 
4,340.97 
1,319.26 
1,493.03 
4,132.64 

4,846.92 

7,897.00 






1,967.01 


3.259.85 
771.70 
496.92 


1,328.43 
148.46 
401.82 
707.41 

880.28 

1,074.00 


512.05 
49.21 


2,143.07 

1,581.13 

691.64 


613.98 
988.29 


523.43 


2,879.82 
2,597.82 


3,033.00 


259.00 


4,627.00 














42,244.14 


12,473,245.47 


80,777.47 


14,590.41 


4,436.88 


294,389.80 


80,420.16 


264.07 




5,465.00 


1,142.97 


1,484.35 








329,849.95 


3,679.32 


1.696.96 












873 
228 


150,428 

26,093 

5,163 


1,713 

180 

23 


279 

2 

12 


132 


2,468 

321 

96 


1,010 
223 


32 




29 








1,133 


181,684 


1,916 


293 


132 


2,885 


1,262 



includes $45,817.88 York Twp. debenture charges. 



338 



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No. 26 



STATEMENT 
Detailed Operating Reports of Electrical Departments of 



NIAGARA 
SYSTEM— Con tin ued 



Municipality 


Wardsville 
182 


Waterdown 

887 


Waterford 
1,096 


Waterloo 
8,550 


Watford 


Population 


915 






Earnings 
Domestic service 


$ c. 

1,125.21 
1,163.68 


$ c. 

5,830.34 

1,740.68 

2,046.16 

228.23 

930.00 


$ c. 

6,762.81 
1,807.72 
3,776.92 
236.26 
1,608.00 


$ c. 

58,917.14 

21,678.50 

25,849.06 

3,427.50 

7,475.66 

342.87 


$ c. 

6,754.27 

3,408 . 05 

2,588.70 

388.50 


Commercial light service 


Commercial power service 


Municipal power 




Street lighting 


700.00 


1,341.84 
.32 


Merchandise 


Miscellaneous 


60.21 




374.26 


282.71 










Total earnings 


3,049.10 


10,775.41 


14,565.97 


117,690.73 


14,764.39 






Expenses 


2,142.57 


6,926.25 


12,071.03 


80,395.25 

3,299.28 

200.10 

3,559.20 

23.73 

858.99 


10,810.82 


Substation operation 




Substation maintenance 










Distribution system, operation and 
maintenance 


92.55 


534.54 
99.41 
42.98 


468.30 


818.89 


Line transformer maintenance 




Meter maintenance 




63.60 


63.71 


Consumers' premises expenses 






Street lighting, operation and main- 
tenance 


40.81 


99.78 


288.78 


802.14 


103.67 


Promotion of business 




Billing and collecting 




457.71 
226.42 
193.23 


549.10 

367.77 

65.80 


1,996.59 
3,618.52 
812.99 
1,370.64 
3,478.59 

4,367.78 

8,338.00 

200.00 


524.35 


General office, salaries and expenses . 
Undistributed expenses 


182.60 


672.47 
25.21 


Truck operation and maintenance. . . 




254.14 


Interest 


327.40 
389.47 
227.00 


94.17 
494.23 
770.00 




161.32 


Sinking fund and principal payments 
on debentures 




675.47 


Depreciation 


957.00 


713.00 


Other reserves .... 














Total operating costs and fixed 
charges 


3,402.40 


9,938.72 


14,831.38 


113,321.80 


14,823.05 






Net surplus 




836.69 




4,368.93 




Net loss 


353.30 


265.41 


58.66 










Number of Consumers 
Domestic service 


52 
23 


224 
36 

7 


302 
70 
10 


1,852 

250 

65 


280 


Commercial light service 


79 


Power service 


5 








Total 


75 


267 


382 


2,167 


364 







933 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



339 



"B"— Continued 

Hydro Municipalities for Year Ended December 31, 1932 



Welland 
10,338 


Wellesley 
P.V. 


West Lome 
812 


Weston 
4,618 


W T heatley 
765 


Windsor 
68,079 


Wood- 
bridge 
786 


Woodstock 
10,840 


$ c. 

51,243.01 

30,114.92 

60,032.45 

3,933.07 


$ c. 

2,751.98 
1,129.38 
1,717.36 


$ c. 

3,346.87 
1,567.00 
1,758.02 


$ c. 

38,349.66 
9,498.51 

29,227.20 
2,883.69 
7,847.45 


$ c. 

4,817.06 
2,888.15 
1,772.87 
446.76 
1,856.00 


$ c. 

494,148.42 

244,324.22 

180,644.38 

11,701.36 

76,272.21 


$ c. 

5,916.60 

1,610.71 

3,916.97 

406.71 

830.04 


$ c. 

77,151.03 

39,570.84 

47,163.07 

3,101.55 


11,052.52 


720.00 


1,010.04 


8,003.40 
151.63 


5,401.96 


25.25 




302.77 


114.50 




9.67 


4,320.02 










161,777.93 


6,343.97 


7,681.93 


88,109.28 


11,895.34 


1,007,090.59 


12,690.70 


179,461.54 


95,529.18 
4,912.80 


5,309.33 


4,355.37 


.65,255.14 
248.96 

447.42 

4,729.85 
276.87 
301.36 


7,136.61 


607,443.60 

17,166.33 

9,059.66 

18,630.12 

3,053.27 

11,443.48 

22,553.21 

17,713.17 
11,155.30 
37,034.84 
27,850.53 
18,374.71 
14,980.47 
75,062.22 

81,029.09 

63,220.00 


10,041.33 


132,317.71 
2,524.02 


550.09 










102.10 


7,203.41 
382.40 


308.23 


181.04 

5.44 
15.87 


1,009.93 

21.68 

141.17 


444.23 


5,702.80 
58.12 


3,382.51 






989 63 


120.29 






1,668.01 
211.09 


61.52 


154.46 


1,282.03 


353.23 


169.86 


2,227.85 


4,208.64 


""481.29 

92.88 


538.07 

185.73 

17.30 




362.02 

250.00 

47.92 




3,408 65 


9,015.70 
2,304.33 


3,867.19 
913.66 
647.87 

2,275.97 

2,862.78 
4,660.00 


560.75 


5,002.66 
3,104.45 


1,587.74 




942 . 84 


15,845.16 

9,681.01 

11,968.53 


183.47 
488.62 
290.00 


338.52 
242.52 
570.00 


530.91 
572.18 
559.00 


567.30 

" 276.38 

672.00 


3,504.03 

2,606.72 

11,240.00 


















168,570.89 


7,215.34 


6,604.32 


87,769.10 


10,984.65 


1,035,770.00 


12,731.85 


173,731.58 






1,077.61 


340.18 


910.69 






5,729.96 


6,792.96 


871.37 


28,679.41 


41.15 












2,247 
433 

78 


110 

39 

6 


191 

53 
3 


1,232 

174 

29 


184 

56 

4 


14,434 

2,290 

326 


229 
41 

7 


2,895 

467 

90 


2,758 


155 


247 


1,435 


244 


17,050 


277 


3,452 



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STATEMENT 
Detailed Operating Reports of Electrical Departments of 



NIAGARA 
SYSTEM— Concluded 



Municipality 


Wyoming 
475 


*York Twp. 


Zurich 
P.V. 


NIAGARA 


Population '. 


SYSTEM 
SUMMARY 






Earnings 
Domestic service 


$ c. 

2,542.85 

1,769.55 

209.06 


$ c. 

504,558.79 
57,152.14 
92,725.72 


$ c. 

3,199.76 

2,032.88 


$ c. 
9,289.139.75 


Commercial light service 


5,193,755.09 


Commercial power service 


7,510,882.57 


Municipal power 




1,676,243.47 


Street lighting 


750.00 


51,422.17 


693.00 


1,394,716.81 


Merchandise 


5,636.42 


Miscellaneous 


8.17 


12,255.27 


115.82 


428,708.53 






Total earnings 


5,279.63 


718,114.09 


6,041.46 


25,499,082.64 






Expenses 
Substation operation 


3,832.79 


323,898.38 
25,411.14 


4,868.08 


15,208,493.90 
426,220.48 


Substation maintenance 






288,317.22 


Distribution system, operation and 
maintenance 


157.57 


19,443 . 64 
3,470.62 
5,286.65 

26,378.49 

8,949 . 90 

4,885.97 

40,013.33 

29,660.56 

26,362.32 


207.26 


784,186.43 


Line transformer maintenance 


81,729.50 


Meter maintenance 






241,906.42 


Consumers' premises expenses 






359,455.42 


Street lighting, operation and main- 
tenance 


53.61 


44.43 


280,587.34 


Promotion of business 


251,105.95 


Billing and collecting 


125.00 

197.10 

21.89 


190.96 
20.40 
24.00 


677,084.30 


General office, salaries and expenses . 
Undistributed expenses 


780,874.73 
337,296.80 


Truck operation and maintenance. . . 


86,614.51 


Interest 


188.15 
707.11 
367.00 


163,474.09 
20,697.65 
19,182.00 


224.94 
165.56 
361.00 


2,279,691.90 


Sinking fund and principal payments 
on debentures 


2,037,378.48 


Depreciation 


1,551,538.81 


Other reserves .... 


42,954.50 












Total operating costs and fixed 
charges 


5,650.22 


717,114.74 


6,106.63 


25,715,436.69 






Net surplus 




999.35 






Net loss 


370.59 


65.17 


216,354.05 








Number of Consumers 
Domestic service 


122 

47 
2 




121 
47 


359,878 


Commercial light service 




58,344 


Power service 




10,708 










Total 


171 




168 


428,930 







*For year ended December 31, 1931. Included in Toronto figures. Not added in Summary 



1933 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



341 



"B"— Continued 

Hydro Municipalities for Year Ended December 31, 1932 



GEORGIAN BAY 
SYSTEM 



Alliston 
1,367 


Arthur 
993 


Barrie 
7,411 


Beaver ton 
931 


Beeton 

552 


Bradford 
964 


Brechin 
P.V. 


Cannington 
856 


$ c. 

8,829.32 
4,530.56 
1,709.99 
1,243.01 


$ c. 

4,625.59 
3,690.53 
1,634.13 
172.42 
1,782.00 


$ c. 

51,192.96 

30,472.73 

14,964.21 

905 . 20 

5,950.00 

132.80 

1,677.29 


$ c. 

7,101.87 
2,468.24 
2,073.01 


$ c. 

3,658.83 
2,589.06 
2,604.02 


$ c. 

6,164.08 
3,379.21 
3,019.75 
334.72 
1,206.00 


$ c. 

1,039.57 

942.21 

1,060.85 


$ c. 

5,012.57 

2,453.03 

635.87 


2,070.00 


994.02 


1,185.00 

4.44 

15.18 


576.00 


967.00 


106.93 


.33 


718.12 


107.70 


20.70 


156.18 


18,489.81 


11,905.00 


105,295.19 


13,355.26 


10,056.53 


14,211.46 


3,639.33 


9,224.65 


13,001.59 


10,446.56 


81,840.97 


8,915.90 


8,898.22 


9,034.73 


2,681.22 


6.991.51 






553.14 

4,383.59 
161.71 
695 . 44 












850.92 


496.55 


707.72 


75.45 


401.80 


412.68 


611.63 






























223.91 


70.03 


1,638.94 


288.68 


48.94 


106.08 


67.80 


134.88 
21 06 


773.25 




3,471.01 
1,211.39 
1,148.61 
701.19 
2,991.09 

2,569.55 

6,737.00 












78.25 
142.42 


429.07 


754.16 


416.26 


906.08 


110.30 


618.60 
















1,846.88 
1,307.49 
1,320.00 


1,107.59 
680.59 
883 . 00 


435.68 

562.23 

1,124.00 


550.04 
425.73 
560.00 


1,238.47 
788 . 05 
867.00 


247 . 63 

' ' 93.31 

132.00 


535.91 

575.74 
625.00 


















19,544.71 


14,113.39 


108,103.63 


12,788.37 


10,974.64 


13,342.21 


3,744.94 


10,114.33 








566.89 




869.25 






1,054.90 


2,208.39 


2,808.44 


918.11 


105.61 


889 68 










352 

103 

16 


178 

75 

4 


1,850 

347 

43 


289 
64 
10 


122 

39 

6 


213 
64 

8 


43 

41 

4 


243 
69 
12 


471 


257 


2,240 


363 


167 


285 


88 


324 



342 



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No. 26 



STATEMENT 
Detailed Operating Reports of Electrical Departments of 

GEORGIAN BAY 
SYSTEM— Continued 



Municipality 


Chatsworth 
263 


Chesley 
1,804 


Coldwater 
641 


Colling- 
wood 
5,730 


Cooks- 


Population 


town 
P.V. 






Earnings 
Domestic service 


$ c. 

1,362.79 
1,217.78 


$ c. 

8,684.71 
4,226.90 
8,476.33 

827.83 

1,596.00 

44.23 

667.38 


$ c. 

2,852.51 
1,605.84 
4,227.24 


$ c. 

27,536.36 

10,759.87 

21,818.02 

1,787.66 

3,376.00 

174.41 

1,502.75 


$ c. 
2,279.66 


Commercial light service 


1,366.48 


Commercial power service 


889.30 


Municipal power 






Street lighting 


451.00 


571.00 


952.00 


Merchandise 




Miscellaneous 


79.49 


300.27 


44.71 


Total earnings 


3,111.06 


24,523.38 


9,556.86 


66,955.07 


5,532.15 






Expenses 
Power purchased 


2,221.63 


18,143.46 


8,326.00 


55,113.05 


2,988.37 


Substation maintenance 








42.65 

1,595.74 

47.81 

134.27 




Distribution system, operation and 
maintenance 


59.81 


573.47 


339.53 


154.94 


Line transformer maintenance 




Meter maintenance 










Consumers' premises expenses 










Street lighting, operation and main- 
tenance 


39.90 


163.47 


67.40 


290.78 


64.20 


Promotion of business 




Billing and collecting 




337.55 
780.41 




2,854.05 

2,891.07 

584.81 

332.12 

838.64 

1,916.24 

3,620.00 




General office, salaries and expenses . 
Undistributed expenses 


249.32 


363.67 


262.35 


Truck operation and maintenance. . . 




28.00 
565.06 

1,830.81 

1,154.00 






Interest 


285.47 
211.59 
245.00 


255.36 
253.33 
508.00 


492 . 63 


Sinking fund and principal payments 
on debentures 


778.31 


Depreciation 


476.00 


Other reserves .... 
















Total operating costs and fixed 
charges 


3,312.72 


23,576.23 


10,113.29 


70,261.23 


5,216.80 






Net surplus 




947.15 






315.35 


Net loss 


201.66 


556.43 


3,306.16 










Number of Consumers 
Domestic service 


70 
24 


427 

107 

21 


137 

54 

3 


1,413 
265 

54 


105 


Commercial light service 


32 


Power service 


4 








Total 


94 


555 


194 


1,732 


141 







1933 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



343 



"B"— Continued 

Hydro Municipalities for Year Ended December 31, 1932 



Creemore 
606 


Dundalk 
655 


Durham 
1,779 


Elmvale 
P.V. 


Elmwood 
P.V. 


Flesherton 
462 


Grand 

Valley 

570 


Graven - 
hurst 
1,896 


$ c. 

2,725.15 
1,901.19 
1,478.67 


$ c. 

2,584.72 
2,276.72 
2,141.36 


$ c. 

6,259.06 
4,090.64 
4,992.61 
759.38 
1,824.00 


$ c. 

2,664.97 

1,756.38 

3,052.77 

137.74 

660.00 


$ c. 

1,114.90 

566.88 

1,373.45 


$ c. 

2,613.29 

1,706 59 

98.47 


$ c. 

3,530.97 
2,494.77 
1,362.92 


$ c. 

7,790.76 

5,989.79 

7,179.42 

637.94 


590.16 


980.00 


483.00 


574.00 


832.00 


2,064.07 
286.53 


190.41 


220.00 


563.81 


175.64 


53.02 


32.78 


174.40 








6,885.58 


8,202.80 


18,489.50 


8,447.50 


3,591.25 


5,025.13 


8,395.06 


23,948.51 


6,218.36 


6,565 . 03 


14,039.59 


6,219.99 


2,780.52 


4,023.75 


6,969.24 


16,145.27 


















258.55 


860.85 


736.02 


643.58 


11.73 


80.22 


125.94 


1,061.59 
84.00 








16.05 








33.45 
















57.07 
14.27 


131.43 


139.39 


60.65 


18.36 


62.62 


62.73 


386.81 








200.72 
73.80 
28.00 








400.92 


222.97 


614.52 


2,000.64 
719.18 
294.68 
490.55 

1,223.51 

1,103.00 


173.33 


408.39 


550.68 


1,368.36 
343 . 70 












199.55 


353.50 
475.81 
379.00 


97.37 
337.70 
419.00 


203.50 
266.24 
765.00 


242.86 
401.96 
228.00 


411.66 
251.16 
322.00 


243.07 
716.64 
492.00 


772.78 
2,335.59 
1,611.00 


















7,979.53 


9,025.90 


20,746.56 


8,477.53 


3,856.76 


5,559.80 


9,160.30 


24,743.02 


















1,093.95 


823.10 


2,257.06 


30.03 


265.51 


534.67 


765.24 


794.51 


153 

52 

4 


160 

72 
4 


408 

105 

11 


151 

57 

9 


56 
18 

1 


138 

50 

2 


153 

49 

3 


454 

115 

13 


209 


236 


524 


217 


75 


190 


205 


582 



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No. 26 



STATEMENT 
Detailed Operating Reports of Electrical Departments of 



GEORGIAN BAY 
SYSTEM— Continued 



Municipality 


Hanover 
3,102 


Holstein 
P.V. 


Huntsville 
2,946 


Kincardine 
2,487 


Kirkfield 


Population 


P.V. 






Earnings 
Domestic service 


$ c. 

19,145.73 
6,690.48 

17,331.20 

292.74 

3,488.16 


$ c. 

1,431.91 
608.13 
248.41 


$ c. 

11,876.98 

7,075.02 

13,619.70 

1,126.67 

2,665.80 

495 . 73 

744.24 


$ c. 

13,935.63 
6,721.08 
5,650.02 
1,380.95 
4,258.34 


$ c. 
775.61 


Commercial light service 


950.76 


Commercial power service 


205.40 


Municipal power 




Street lighting 


490.00 


461.13 


Merchandise 




Miscellaneous 


1,568.41 




42.05 


1.56 








Total earnings 


48,516.72 


2,778.45 


37,604.14 


31,988.07 


2,394.46 


Expenses 


35,067.35 


2,376.90 


27,104.98 


22,522.96 


1,853.67 


Substation operation 




Substation maintenance 












Distribution system, operation and 
maintenance 


2,075.16 

28.92 

191.55 


' 2.80 


3,047.03 
28.95 

22.25 


1,398.60 


219.25 


Line transformer maintenance. . . . 




Meter maintenance 








Consumers' premises expenses 








Street lighting, operation and main- 
tenance 


86.73 


0.65 


244.92 


245.40 
127.24 
871.31 
622.22 
547.19 
219.93 
2,168.04 

2,992.87 

1,978.00 


21.00 


Promotion of business 




Billing and collecting. . 


1,116.52 
880.85 
479.05 
194.10 

2,645.06 

4,983.59 
3,144.00 




390.48 
1,221.13 
558.48 
116.84 
225.30 

647.51 

1,040.00 




General office, salaries and expenses . 
Undistributed expenses 


177.30 


36.39 


Truck operation and maintenance. . . 
Interest 






218.97 
202 . 64 
105.00 


277.17 


Sinking fund and principal payments 
on debentures 


309.61 


Depreciation 


197.00 


Other reserves. . . . 
















Total operating costs and fixed 
charges 


50,892.88 


3,084.26 


34,647.87 


33,693.76 


2,914.09 






Net surplus. . 






2,956.37 






Net loss 


2,376.16 


305.81 


1,705.69 


519.63 






Number of Consumers 
Domestic service 


712 

119 

19 


55 

17 

1 


565 

124 

10 


583 

113 

19 


30 


Commercial light service 


18 


Power service 


1 






Total 


850 


73 


699 


715 


49 







1933 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



345 



"B"— Continued 

Hydro Municipalities for Year Ended December 31, 1932 



Lucknow 
1,067 


Markdale 
819 


Meaford 
2,726 


Midland 
7,802 


Mount 
Forest 
1,914 


Neustadt 
448 


Orangeville 
2,764 


Owen 
Sound 
12,673 


$ c. 

7,098.99 

2,956.21 

3,180.32 

396.73 


$ c. 

3,608.51 
2,538.76 

762.58 
81.00 

699.85 


$ c. 

12,817.08 

6,551.13 

3,511.10 

748 . 89 

3,474.04 


$ c. 

35,890.02 

14,078.91 

54,526.15 

3,041.01 

6,219.17 


$ c. 

7,307.96 

5,154.42 
3,295.86 
1,205.87 
2,370.00 


$ c. 

2,215.42 

1,215.97 

87.63 


$ c. 

12,974.32 
7,716.99 
6,869.79 
1,301.65 
4,129.00 
71.31 
156.05 


$ c. 

59,590.65 
35,076.30 
39,308.82 


1,573.00 


975.00 


10.976.59 
419.47 


170.82 


244 . 49 


506.59 


1,721.29 


503 . 44 




1,105.42 








15,376.07 


7,935.19 


27,608.83 


115,476.55 


19,837.55 


4,494.02 


33,219.11 


146,477.25 


11,567.80 


5,962.09 


18,372.73 


101,690.53 
2,164.88 
1,243.21 

3,552.27 

575.56 

1,902.91 


17,747.06 


3,652.45 


25,657.01 


117,498.91 
4,369.78 
















251.51 


182.56 


1,097.89 

148.24 

21.75 


1,281.28 


55.71 


1,106.91 


5,258.83 
1,112.81 










107.20 


1,844.30 












48.95 


59.81 


144.43 


935.55 
470.02 
2,348.36 
2,245.66 
2,465.83 
460.32 
3,115.76 

4,936.62 

9,254.00 


362. 44 


56.43 


511.96 


2.827.79 






683 . 96 
2,204.62 

679.58 

98.08 

1,613.41 






1,421.03 

18.85 

183.01 


4,965.47 


966.42 


524.45 


1,154.08 


317.94 


5.446.32 
3.821.58 






27.51 
735.95 

602 . 66 

1,261.00 




900.53 


754.00 
910.59 


371.74 
289.19 
624.00 


922.08 
936.9*3 
542.00 


696.68 

' '2,211.23 

1,806 00 


1,243.98 
671.74 


697.00 


1,280.00 


6,620.00 


















15,196.27 


8,013.84 


26,344.69 


137,361.48 


23,171.98 


6.483.54 


33,719.88 


156.582.04 


179.80 




1,264.14 














78.65 


21,884.93 


3,334.43 


1,989.52 


500.77 


10,104 79 






271 

87 

6 


187 
79 
10 


641 

135 

15 


1,540 

225 
58 


434 

141 

11 


96 
29 

2 


660 
159 

27 


3,131 

575 
118 


364 


276 


791 


1,823 


586 


127 


846 


3,824 



346 



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No. 26 



STATEMENT 
Detailed Operating Reports of Electrical Departments of 



GEORGIAN BAY 
SYSTEM— Continued 



Municipality 


Paisley 
693 


Penetang- 

uishene 

4,046 


Port 
Elgin 
1,300 


Port 

McNicoll 

875 


Port 


Population 


Perrv 
1,130 




Earnings 
Domestic service 


$ c. 

3,872.44 
2,601.90 
1,185.39 


$ c. 

10,694.19 
4,435 . 64 
9,553.73 
1,774.79 
2,216.50 


$ c. 

7,949.99 
4,432.53 
3,471.03 
911.17 
2,029.41 


$ c. 

3,622.82 
736.93 


$ c. 

6,690.04 
2,941.82 
2.796.19 


Commercial light service 

Commercial power service 


Municipal power 




366.33 


Street lighting 


1,408.00 


517.00 


1,403.00 


Merchandise 


Miscellaneous 


154.91 


94.09 


114.70 




605 . 82 








Total earnings 


9,222.64 


28,768.94 


18,908.83 


4,876.75 


14,803.20 


Expenses 
Power purchased 


7,192.75 


22,106.69 
642.42 


8,741.32 


4,076.25 


10,134.04 




Substation maintenance 










Distribution system, operation and 
maintenance 


130.51 


2,279.99 

32.54 

110.40 


821.44 
13.52 
21.87 


213.95 


549.30 


Line transformer maintenance 




Meter maintenance 








Consumers' premises expenses 








Street lighting, operation and main- 
tenance 


107.78 


396.41 
14.68 
898.95 
775.94 
264.01 
148.93 
1,092.76 

1,887.92 

2,752.00 


247.78 


83.26 


193.08 


Promotion of business 




Billing and collecting 




648 . 38 

207.10 

68.12 

265.27 

2,135.88 

1,333.71 

773.00 






General office, salaries and expenses. 
Undistributed expenses 


461.29 


289.00 


903 . 89 


Truck operation and maintenance . . . 






155.61 


Interest 


634.65 
704.22 
486.00 


217.45 
456.49 
370.00 


1,018.58 


Sinking fund and principal payments 
on debentures 


705.19 


Depreciation 


799.00 


Other reserves. . . . 
















Total operating costs and fixed 
charges 


9,717.20 


33,403.64 


15,277.39 


5,706.40 


14,458.69 






Net surplus 






3,631.44 




344.51 


Net loss. . . . 


494.56 


4,634.70 


829.65 










Number of Consumers 
Domestic service 


177 

51 

4 


560 
99 
26 


365 
84 

7 


184 

28 


296 


Commercial light service 


85 


Power service 


9 








Total 


232 


685 


456 


212 


390 







1933 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



347 



"B"— Continued 

Hydro Municipalities for Year Ended December 31, 1932 



Priceville 
P.V. 


Ripley 
450 


Rosseau 
291 


Shelburne 
1,129 


South- 
ampton 
1,660 


Stayner 
951 


Sunder- 
land 
P.V. 


Tara 
454 


$ c. 

653.82 
213.33 


$ c. 

3,309.93 

2,031.74 


$ c. 

2,665.97 
934.28 


$ c. 

5,254.42 

3,571.98 

1,533.21 

621.40 

960.00 


$ c. 

8,528.84 
4,018.04 
3,419.23 
1,354.06 
2,325.20 


$ c. 

4,279.66 
2,859.98 
2,658.11 


$ c. 

2,137.72 

1,874.14 

57.26 


$ c. 

2,859.74 

1,556.42 

796.69 










560.00 


1,266.00 


1,240.00 


1,022.00 


632.75 


1,206.00 


10.96 


51.92 


232.04 


255.81 


165.39 


343.76 


51.38 


17.33 


1,438.11 


6,659.59 


5,072.29 


12,196.82 


19,810.76 


11,163.51 


4,753.25 


6,436.18 


1,308.12 


4,561.25 


3,729.68 


9,176.46 


8,798.63 


8,690.50 


3,817.05 


3,800.99 


















8.50 


92.30 


254.07 
48.82 


503.11 


1,160.04 

30.57 

6.05 


563.59 


194.09 


325.30 




























17.50 


57.36 


6.48 


113.03 


59.84 


153.36 


93.63 


88.70 






120.05 
14.93 

20.25 


483 . 03 
83.87 


715.93 

291.06 

83.73 

203.35 

1,601.00 

1,047.00 

623.00 








50.98 


508.89 


546.12 


325.83 


476.13 














413.97 
309.63 


715.25 
360.17 
413.00 


585.95 


395.47 

1,257.61 

902.00 


200.69 

1,024 09 

759.00 


208.39 

' '301.53 
265.00 


403.39 
893 . 65 


169.00 


204.47 


497.00 


















2,277.70 


6,708.22 


4,984.70 


12,914.58 


14,620.20 


11,937.35 


5,205.52 


6,485.16 






87.59 




5,190.56 








839.59 


48.63 


717.76 


773.84 


452.27 


48.98 










32 
9 


122 

48 


51 
21 


278 
86 
10 


384 
78 
12 


235 
75 
12 


112 

44 

1 


132 

40 

4 










41 


170 


72 


374 


474 


322 


157 


176 



348 



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No. 26 



STATEMENT 
Detailed Operating Reports of Electrical Departments of 



GEORGIAN BAY 
SYSTEM— Concluded 



Municipality 


Teeswater 
832 


Thornton 
P.V. 


Tottenham 

575 


Uxbridge 
1,591 


Victoria 


Population . . 


Harbor 
1 160 






Earnings 

Domestic service 

Commercial light service 

Commercial power service 

Municipal power 

Street lighting 

Merchandise 


$ c. 

4,646.00 

2,224 82 

953.46 

180 00 

1,402.00 


$ c. 

1,246.12 
598.79 
334.83 


$ c. 

3,022.89 

2,350.50 

130.35 

154.63 

1,225.08 


$ c. 

8,037.95 

3,560.66 

917.33 

" 1,556' 19 


$ c. 

3,065.16 

818.98 

49.41 

120.31 


880.00 


702.00 


Miscellaneous 


167.16 


2.94 


10.55 


411.06 








Total earnings 


9,573.44 


3,062.68 


6,894.00 


14,483.19 


4,755 86 






Expenses 


6,318.14 


1,385.13 


5,967.24 


11,344.34 


3,246.81 


Substation operation 




Substation maintenance 












Distribution system, operation and 
maintenance 


200.12 


54.43 


303 . 20 


559.66 


151.26 


Line transformer maintenance 




Meter maintenance 












Consumers' premises expenses 












Street lighting, operation and main- 
tenance 


45.99 


23.25 


61.20 


192.13 


124.41 


Promotion of business 




Billing and collecting 












General office, salaries and expenses . 
Undistributed expenses 


590.32 


107.25 


200.05 


807.81 


369.81 


Truck operation and maintenance. . . 












Interest 


1,063.58 

1,063.66 

670.00 


367.46 
400.97 
296.00 


438.77 
364.62 
395.00 


825.87 
918.56 
634 . 00 


113.21 


Sinking fund and principal payments 
on debentures 


439.06 


Depreciation 


370.00 


Other reserves . 
















Total operating costs and fixed 
charges 


9,951.81 


2,634.49 


7,730.08 


15,282.37 


4,814.56 






Net surplus . . 




428.19 








Net loss 


378.37 


836.08 


799.18 


58.70 








Number of Consumers 
Domestic service 


213 

57 
7 


55 

14 

3 


117 
51 

4 


348 
95 
11 


168 


Commercial light service 


27 


Power service 


2 






Total 


277 


72 


172 


454 


197 







1933 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



349 



"B"— Continued 

Hydro Municipalities for Year Ended December 31, 1932 



Walkerton 
2,310 


Waubau- 
shene 
P.V. 


Wiarton 
1,881 


Windermere 
124 


Wingham 
2,201 


Woodville 
417 


GEORGIAN 

BAY 

SYSTEM 

SUMMARY 


$ c. 

14,606.24 
8,291.19 
4,114.82 


$ c. 

1,982.88 

546.05 

482.67 

90.86 

360.00 


$ c. 

9,921.57 
6,921.84 
1,938.29 
2,040.58 
2,550.00 


$ c. 

2,195.19 

981.67 


$ c. 

12,675.78 

7,142.32 

8,355.92 

362.46 

3,410.34 

213.68 

490.54 


$ c. 

2,225.05 

1,172.47 

763.91 


$ c. 

474.437.86 
254,637.58 
276,901.20 


658.34 




25,016.34 


2,159.42 
177.54 


455.00 


503 . 00 


103,452.22 
2,020 14 


8.62 


18.75 




74.49 


303 . 30 


17.156.97 








30.016.17 


3,481.21 


23,372.28 


3,706.35 


32,651 04 


4,967 73 


1,153,622.31 


16,315.30 


1,879.58 


14,843.91 


2,388.13 


15,638.36 
1,604.59 


3,369.11 


861,469.18 
8,781 67 












1,839.00 

47,371.08 
2,324 89 


2,024.41 
6.27 


146.17 


538.28 

5.17 

92.10 


175.91 


1,802.42 


346.92 


138.86 






295 . 69 




5,634.14 












213.71 


75.63 


190.28 


28.46 


404.87 


69.06 


12,717.33 
647 27 


1,178.48 




891.94 

341.85 

91.08 

112.00 

2,127.11 


175.81 
26.27 
36.75 


579.39 

873.07 

357.56 

71.47 

2,665.33 

3,705.06 

2,677.00 




25,526 59 


961.64 
148.67 


326.56 


328.51 


40,168.02 
12,771 61 


345.36 






4,874 84 


3,168.03 
1,905.28 


64.66 
241.71 
249.00 


609.02 


189.49 

'• 219.26 

218.00 


50,449.84 
57,236.15 
68,893.47 


1,130.00 


858.00 


266.00 
















27,536.01 


2,983.31 


20,091.72 


3,706.35 


30,674.81 


4,740.35 


1,200,705.08 


2,480.16 


497.90 


3,280.56 




1,976.23 


227.38 








47,082.77 














535 

121 

16 


123 

22 

4 


351 

106 

11 


42 
10 


523 

154 

25 


107 

31 

3 


21,530 

5,059 

700 








672 


149 


468 


52 


702 


141 


27,289 



350 



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No. 26 



STATEMENT 
Detailed Operating Reports of Electrical Departments of 



EASTERN ONTARIO 
SYSTEM 



Municipality 

Population .' 


Alexandria 
2,400 


Apple Hill 
P.V. 


Athens 
666 


Bath* 
343 


Belleville 
13,914 






Earnings 
Domestic service 


$ c. 

7,463.80 
4,011 46 
3,410.53 
1,654.40 
2,640.00 


$ c. 

968.87 
842 . 28 
275.06 


$ c. 

4,271.94 
1,902.97 
1,053.84 


$ c. 

1,407.01 
992.59 


$ c. 
77,863.76 


Commercial light service 


49,324.85 


Commercial power service 


35,793.03 

9,875.29 

12,399.14 


Municipal power 




Street lighting 


503.50 


1,399.00 


765.56 


Merchandise 


930.00 


Miscellaneous 


378.98 


2.16 


29.00 




339.16 








Total earnings 


19,559.17 


2,591.87 


8,656.75 


3,165.16 


186,525.23 






Expenses 


12,315.07 


1,403.00 


5,172.92 


2,321.08 


125,593.03 


Substation operation 


Substation maintenance 












Distribution system, operation and 
maintenance 


1,216.05 


39.23 


80.17 


43.35 


3,955.39 


Line transformer maintenance 


761.65 


Meter maintenance 










2,216.90 


Consumers' premises expenses 










739 27 


Street lighting, operation and main- 
tenance 


315.22 


45.50 


117.46 


10.44 


1,406.57 


Promotion of business 


425 . 08 


Billing and collecting 










3,456.11 


General office, salaries and expenses . 
Undistributed expenses 


1,535.81 


236.60 


198.00 


103.53 


7,924.79 

2,877.76 


Truck operation and maintenance. . . 










33.57 


Interest 


1,528.85 
2,356.99 
1,260.00 


248.42 
286.75 
155.00 


725.99 
471.48 
420.00 


541.08 


2,067.38 


Sinking fund and principal payments 
on debentures 


6,000.00 


Depreciation 


158.00 


4,656.00 


Other reserves. . . . 
















Total operating costs and fixed 
charges 


20,527.99 


2,414.50 


7,186.02 


3,177.48 


162,113.50 






Net surplus 




177.37 


1,470.73 




24,411.73 


Net loss 


968.82 


12.32 












Number of Consumers 
Domestic service 


290 
80 
15 


41 
18 


138 
49 

1 


31 
16 


3,474 


Commercial light service 


502 


Power service 


90 








Total 


385 


60 


188 


47 


4,066 







c 13 months' operation. 



1933 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



35 



"B"— Continued 

Hydro Municipalities for Year Ended December 31, 1932 



Bloomfield 
637 


Bowman - 
ville* 
3,648 


Brighton 
1,431 


Brockville 
9,485 


Cardinal 
1,304 


Carleton 
Place 
4,269 


Chesterville 
912 


$ c. 

2,783.26 
842 . 75 
877.96 


$ c. 

36,429.78 
12,760.17 
49,653.05 


$ c. 

10,079.43 
4,666.98 
2,969.33 


$ c. 

43,776.79 

24,890.99 

34,577.51 

6,058.05 

8,756.00 


$ c. 

5,871.96 

1,844.85 

559.14 


$ c. 

19,766.86 
9,623.77 

24,281.86 
2,066.14 
4,350.04 


$ c. 

5,467.65 
2,348.57 
2,314.30 


720.00 


4,732.00 


1,644.00 


1,158.00 


1,032.00 
136.23 


8 83 


706.16 




7,304.60 


3.96 


832.04 


558.05 








5,232.80 


104,281.16 


19,359 74 


125,363.94 


9,437.91 


60,920.71 


11,856.80 


4,482.30 


71,461.71 


10,419.76 


72,422.04 

5,325.58 
547.75 

1,560.01 

81.24 

1,913.93 

296 . 00 

1,735.58 
178.35 
1,733.71 
4,851.16 
2.367.97 
748.56 
4,037.63 

8,071.04 

7,770.00 

5,000.00 


4,664.19 


34,991.02 


8,546.06 










108.61 

2,118.48 

21.34 

663.16 




141.81 


2,758.21 

281.75 

1,064.08 

25.50 

483.15 

26.69 

1,966.25 

4,077.96 

1,687.24 


2,364.57 
264.52 
302.52 


550.91 


983.02 




14.40 










192.01 
20.04 

916.59 

1,665.62 

555.26 

259.29 

1,115.01 

813.14 

537.00 


185.97 


491.28 


146.66 










1,585.10 

3,442.13 

294.37 

891.17 

2,606.97 

2,273.31 

1,877.00 




83.54 


548.82 


923.82 








475.20 
380.96 
469.00 


3,987.97 
2,204.58 
1,768.50 


729.67 
476.32 
295 . 00 


141.06 
180.95 
573.00 














6,032.81 


91,793.59 


19,425.33 


118,640.55 


7,465.28 


51,363.94 


11,494.57 




12,487.57 




6,723.39 


1,972.63 


9,556.77 


362 23 


800.01 


65.59 
















150 
26 

4 


1,034 

174 

34 


403 
104 

8 


2,508 

438 

67 


275 

52 

2 


951 

181 

20 


228 

62 

3 


180 


1,242 


515 


3,013 


329 


1,152 


293 



*14 months' operation. 



352 



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No. 26 



STATEMENT 
Detailed Operating Reports of Electrical Departments of 



EASTERN ONTARIO 
SYSTEM— Continued 



Municipality 


Cobourg 
5,478 


Deseronto 
1,356 


Finch 
358 


Hastings 
653 


Population ' 






Earnings 
Domestic service 


$ c 

27,555.43 

19,527.99 

23,937.45 

6,179.74 

5,572.26 

22.35 

812.72 


$ c 

7,061.64 
2,756.63 
1,678.82 

894.00 

2,015.94 

45.70 

193.99 


$ c 

2,066.11 

1,789.11 

708.99 


$ c. 

4,723.55 

1,938.40 

785 97 


Commercial light service 


Commercial power service 


Municipal power 




Street lighting 


570.00 


1,847.82 


Merchandise 




Miscellaneous 


39.45 


72 26 






Total earnings 


83,607.94 


14,646.72 


5,173.66 


9,368 00 






Expenses 
Power purchased 


51,104.08 


7,553.07 


2,266.61 


3,554.13 


Substation operation 




Substation maintenance 










Distribution system, operation and 
maintenance 


1,908.69 
361.16 

1,062.09 
212.74 

758.63 

83.70 

1,638.19 

5,041 40 

617.06 

9.91 

5,034.70 

3,291.15 

2,091.00 


1,018.34 


175.47 


169.90 


Line transformer maintenance 




Meter maintenance 


97.45 




29.46 


Consumers' premises expenses 

Street lighting, operation and main- 
tenance 






332.67 


43.83 


115.58 


Promotion of business 




Billing and collecting 


275.66 
640.43 
129.44 






General office, salaries and expenses . 
Undistributed expenses . 


241.78 


488.56 


Truck operation and maintenance. . . 
Interest 






550.88 
465.76 
367.00 


370.11 
240.23 
241.00 


1,184.34 


Sinking fund and principal payments 
on debentures 


602.28 


Depreciation 


402 . 60 


Other reserves 














Total operating costs and fixed 
charges 


73,214.50 


11,430.70 


3,579.03 


6,546.85 






Net surplus 

Net loss 


10,393.44 


3,216.02 


1,594.63 


2,821.15 












Number of Consumers 
Domestic service 


1,150 
249 

41 


295 
68 

12 


76 

33 

1 


157 


Commercial light service 


48 


Power service 


5 






Total 


1,440 


375 


110 


210 




1 





1933 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



353 



"B"— Continued 

Hydro Municipalities for Year Ended December 31, 1932 



Havelock 
1,082 


Kemptville 
1,227 


Kingston 
22,534 


Lakefield 
1,458 


Lanark 

573 


Lancaster 
590 


Lindsay 
7,174 


$ c. 

6,539 86 
2,116.63 
5,151 18 


$ c. 

6,626.69 
4,175.05 
4,744.04 


$ c. 

103,043 . 73 
72,814.30 
84,950.71 
11,210.43 
24,969.33 


$ c. 

6,461.02 
3,905.32 

2,247.44 


$ c. 

2,492.57 

1,157.53 

17.01 


$ c. 

2,051.56 
1,743.75 


$ c. 

37,248.19 
23,206.87 
24,074 39 






2,632.42 


1,508.00 


1,830.00 

117.64 

1,017.69 


1,810.25 


592 . 00 


1,496.50 


8,273.75 
247.62 


358.09 


4,081.45 


724.67 


104.59 




2,330.08 








15,673.76 


18,511.11 


301,069.95 


15,148.70 


4,363 . 70 


5,291.81 


98,013.32 


9,922.03 


10,180.78 


127,197.00 
4,965 . 80 
3,622.60 

18,890.76 

1,749.47 

5,222.60 

• 2,018.00 

3,507.31 
208.00 
8,010.68 
9,659.91 
16,478.79 
3,346.43 
9,910.57 

11,605.22 

18,125.00 

23,286.00 


10,468.95 


2,944.72 


2,838.68 


67,688.26 














758.13 


2,109.47 


680.58 


130.68 


100.07 


3,884.62 
473.43 






143.50 






1,340.81 










476 97 


161.43 


220.83 


69.52 


38.06 


33.05 


1,118.93 






706.86 
549.85 
146.53 






2,265.71 


389.30 


1,330.84 


318.27 


319.02 


6,495.68 
1,507.52 


194.72 


309.36 
1,196.70 

600.28 

853.00 






457.43 


1,193.29 

1,675.08 

812.00 


1,790.00 

775.36 

1,040.00 


260.20 

438.15 
240.00 


454.89 
670.86 
266.00 


5,570.53 
4,551.25 
3,278.00 














15,105.98 


16,801.26 


267,804.14 


16,371.15 


4,370.08 


4,682.57 


99,109.14 


567.78 


1,709.85 


33,265.81 






609.24 






1,222.45 


6.38 


1 095 82 












279 
62 

3 


302 

80 

6 


5,623 
886 
145 


301 

71 
9 


136 
36 


77 
40 


1,844 

333 

76 










344 


388 


6,654 


381 


172 


117 


2,253 



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EASTERN ONTARIO 
SYSTEM— Continued 



Municipality 


Madoc 
1,071 


Marmora 
973 


Martintown 
P.V. 


Maxville 


Population 


747 


Earnings 

Domestic service 

Commercial light service 


$ c. 

4,780.70 
3,301.76 
1,170.79 


$ c. 

3,602.77 

1,633.15 

162.18 


$ c. 

810.16 
978.54 


$ c. 

3,144.26 
2,212.26 


Commercial power service 


160.41 


Municipal power 






Street lighting 

Merchandise 


1,788.00 


1,450.00 


300.00 


1,430.04 


Miscellaneous 


68.66 


181.19 


90.61 


23 36 






Total earnings 


11,109.91 


7,029.29 


2,179.31 


6,970.33 






Expenses 
Power purchased 


6,831.77 


4,235.89 


1,190.04 


4,228.10 


Substation operation 


Substation maintenance 










Distribution system, operation and 
maintenance 


640.87 


42.27 


21.85 


318.91 


Line transformer maintenance 




Meter maintenance 


85.32 








Consumers' premises expenses 








Street lighting, operation and main- 
tenance 


176.39 


11.25 


46.35 


90.96 


Promotion of business 




Billing and collecting 










General office, salaries and expenses . 
Undistributed expenses 


806.36 


493 . 55 


119.40 


374.04 


Truck operation and maintenance. . . 










Interest 


98.72 
334 . 00 


681.39 
676.76 
512.00 


214.47 
129.00 


516.77 


Sinking fund and principal payments 
on debentures 


826.93 


Depreciation 


467 . 00 


Other reserves 














Total operating costs and fixed 
charges 


9,399.60 


6,653.11 


2,030.74 


6,822.71 






Net surplus 


1,710.31 


376.18 


148.57 


147.62 


Net loss 














Number of Consumers 
Domestic service 


242 

86 

6 


197 

46 

2 


33 
21 


129 


Commercial light service 


39 


Power service 


1 








Total 


334 


245 


54 


169 







933 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



355 



"B"— Continued 

Hydro Municipalities for Year Ended December 31, 1932 



Xapanee 
2,981 


Norwood 
742 


Omemee 
457 


Oshawa 
23,687 


Ottawa 

127,332 


Perth 
3,915 


Peterborough 
22,798 


$ c. 

27,638.04 

14,849.83 

11,161.52 

849 . 05 


$ c. 

5,040.45 

2,725.70 

888.79 


$ c. 

2,245.18 

1,433.52 

476.78 


$ c. 

149,027.59 
56,371.52 

139,612.05 

6,024.90 

10,524 15 


$ c. 

415,204.32 

161,026.05 

62,257.17 

32,786.59 

72,349.35 


$ c. 

23,050.26 
14,999.87 
13,998.72 
2,067.02 
2,052.25 
1,750.84 
1,556.65 


$ c. 

117,000.80 

63,006.07 

74,388.43 

5,827.30 


4,337.83 


1,578.00 


924.00 


19,508.00 


989.95 


242.73 




5,303.91 


584.71 


2,779 34 








59,826.22 


10,475.67 


5,079.48 


366,864.12 


744,208.19 


59,475.61 


282,509.94 


34,309.24 


4,740.64 


2,487.74 


311,735.36 


363,710.98 

21,543.52 

60.56 

25,495.08 
1,471.17 

10,120.58 
3,521.26 

28,073.32 
10,758.57 
40,829.21 
21,701.89 
24,623.45 
2,398.34 
45,761.55 

20,880.06 

67,566.00 

16,000.00 


33,758.73 
360.00 
105.00 

1,758.53 
367.99 
697 . 68 


191,552.53 
6,462 24 










353 13 


3,269.87 
242.91 


504.66 


457.83 


6,474.30 

2,146.29 

4,366.54 

6.88 

4,068 54 

91.13 

10,445.01 

7,880.60 

5,245.27 

2,315.17 

12,417.33 

10,561.72 

8,746.00 


7,446.13 
615.77 


1,178.01 






4,657 92 


52.02 






510.00 


394.25 


131.28 


60.24 


708.99 


3,361.77 


1,378.75 






1,404.39 

2,541 91 

857.02 

833 . 77 

3,053.52 

1,716.17 

3,067.00 


6,822 39 


3,931.94 
2,338.86 


467.61 


260.91 


7,161.34 
6,923.54 




196.14 
1,732.05 

968.12 

991.00 




2,439 23 


2,011.36 
2,276.80 
1,428.00 


292 . 60 
717.26 
532.00 


27,444.61 
14,263.54 
14,871.00 














52,812.01 


9,731.50 


4,808.58 


386,500.14 


704,515.54 


51,230.70 


294,885.14 


7,014.21 


744.17 


270.90 




39,692.65 


8,244.91 






19,636.02 


12,375 20 














754 
189 

35 


217 
68 

2 


126 

48 

6 


5,820 
517 
100 


12,180 

1,373 
220 


911 
188 

25 


5,259 

780 
156 


978 


287 


180 


6,437 


13,773 


1,124 


6,195 



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EASTERN ONTARIO 
SYSTEM— Continued 



Municipality 


Picton 
3,140 


Port Hope 
4,601 


Prescott 

3,078 


Richmond 
376 


Russell 


Population 


P.V. 






Earnings 
Domestic service 


21,279.06 

11,866.75 

7,569.77 

1,859.73 

4,364.04 


27,820.09 

11,786.88 

20,375.47 

2,010.15 

4,608.00 


16,527.43 
8,973.05 
3,672.70 
1,485.61 
3,475.00 


1,603.27 
1,592.47 


2,674.04 


Commercial light service 


1,447.16 
110.19 


Commercial power service 


Municipal power 






Street lighting 


555.84 


1,012.00 


Merchandise 




Miscellaneous 


712.83 


243 . 70 


650.73 


5.64 


31.59 






Total earnings 


47,652.18 


66,844.29 


34,784.52 


3,757.22 


5,274.98 






Expenses 


35,982.23 


43,587.36 


23,844.58 
1,197.92 


2,430.82 


2,909.64 


Substation operation 




Substation maintenance 










Distribution system, operation and 
maintenance 


965 . 24 

71.76 

636.26 


2,279.34 

49.97 

1,372.42 


2,392.32 


90.96 


93.23 


Line transformer maintenance . . . 




Meter maintenance 


150.48 






Consumers' premises expenses 






Street lighting, operation and main- 
tenance 


1,167.03 

86.62 

1,071.83 

3,564.67 

422.47 

190.58 


578.55 


263.45 


21.50 


198.24 


Promotion of business 




Billing and collecting . . 


1,733.09 
4,004.58 
1,271.86 
307.82 
1,718.62 

2,691.56 

1,732.00 


1,106.93 

2,057.28 

462.73 






General office, salaries and expenses. 
Undistributed expenses 


182.81 


207.75 


Truck operation and maintenance. . . 
Interest 






8.12 


358.89 
210.42 
180.00 


441.34 


Sinking fund and principal payments 
on debentures 




395.45 


Depreciation 


1,850.00 


2,531.00 


254.00 


Other reserves . . 
















Total operating costs and fixed 
charges 


46,008.69 


61,327.17 


34,014.81 


3,475.40 


4,499.65 






Net surplus 


1,643.49 


5,517.12 


769.71 


281.82 


775.33 


Net loss 
















Number of Consumers 
Domestic service 


992 
198 

42 


1,207 

212 

45 


645 

160 

21 


50 

25 


106 


Commercial light service. . . 


33 


Power service 










Total 


1,232 


1,464 


826 


75 


139 







933 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



357 



"B"— Continued 

Hydro Municipalities for Year Ended December 31, 1932 



Smiths Falls 
7,486 


1 

Stirling 

937 


Trenton 
6,288 


Tweed 
1,247 


Warkworth 
P.V. 


Wellington 
904 


West port* 
675 


42,842.87 
16,416.27 
19,279.30 


5,486.74 
3,780.76 
2,071.33 
305.07 
1,389.67 


30,633.23 

19,642.80 

62,605.97 

1,878.63 

8,430.59 


6,741.31 
5,054.98 
3,483.44 

201.93 
1,888.75 

162.33 
18.24 


2,165.50 
1,603.69 


4,708.55 
2,125.74 
2,316.67 


3,267.59 
3,150.56 


532.04 






7,862.04 


648.00 


1,118.04 


2,062.16 


2,613.01 


415.48 


1,476.75 


73.61 




46.17 








89,545.53 


13,449.05 


124,667.97 


17,550.98 


4,490.80 


10,269.00 


8,526.48 


44,198.63 
1,971.00 


8,058.92 
62.74 


77,464.34 


10,932.11 


3,303.23 


8,456.57 


5,154.08 


78.69 


1,014.59 

3,915.41 
394.60 

1,657.98 
122.85 

608.43 
112.71 
2,507.94 
5,699.89 
1,865.53 
1,050.28 
7,837.50 

5,123.31 

3,209.00 










3,381.37 

84.16 

918.66 


1,087.58 

4.85 

63.70 


1,137.62 
14.16 

237.42 


85.52 
34.74 


844.60 
18.85 
35.23 


197.77 
.1.00 
1.40 








918.65 
29.42 


231.55 
90.88 


388.25 


57.27 


188.28 


93.77 


3,343.59 


414.87 

1,131.49 

247 . 62 








4,156.38 
1,195.30 


1,766.17 


184.99 


522.03 
61.08 


422.97 
17 00 


655 . 60 


311.62 






5,510 19 


788.47 
617.98 
418.00 


593.77 
209.21 
190.00 


557.03 
600 . 95 
626.00 


825 00 


11,630.90 




430 19 


5,479.00 


953.00 


199.00 
















83.551.54 


12,631.01 


112,584.36 


16,327.99 


4,658.73 


11,910.62 


7,342.18 


5,993.99 


818.04 


12,083.61 


1,222.99 






1,184.30 




167.93 


1,641.62 












1,679 

263 

45 


268 
83 
10 


1,191 

228 

49 


270 
91 
12 


97 

43 


282 

62 

6 


91 

47 








1,987 


361 


1,468 


373 


140 


350 


138 



*123^ months operation, 



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EASTERN ONTARIO 
SYSTEM— Concluded 



Municipality 


Whitby 

5,425 


Williamsburg 
P.V. 


Winchester 
980 


EASTERN 
ONTARIO 


Population 


SYSTEM 
SUMMARY 






Earnings 
Domestic service 


$ c. 

19,451.10 
9,790.33 

14,250.03 
2,273.60 
3,286.95 


$ c. 

2,567.12 

2,548.08 

212.04 


$ c. 

6,019.53 
3,342.99 
1,616.60 


$ c. 
1,367,353.42 


Commercial light service. . . 


674,844.59 


Commercial power service .... 


745,901.96 


Municipal power 


98,672.09 


Street lighting 


192.00 


1,062.00 


248,781.79 


Merchandise 


3,412.71 


Miscellaneous 


1,247.59 


127.89 


407.42 


39,789.69 






Total earnings 


50,299.60 


5,647.13 


12,448.54 


3,178,756.25 






Expenses 


35,687.89 


3,095.61 


8,813.33 


1,922,210.85 


Substation operation 


41,888.80 


Substation maintenance 


173.70 

3,301.98 
355.30 
116.99 






6,064 . 63 


Distribution system, operation and 
maintenance 


■ 404 . 20 


542.29 


112,787.64 


Line transformer maintenance 


9,868.08 


Meter maintenance 






40,367.49 


Consumers' premises expenses 






7,981.49 


Street lighting, operation and main- 
tenance 


702.15 


61.98 


211.15 
47.83 


54,343.27 


Promotion of business 


12,159.02 


Billing and collecting 


1,517.76 

1,426.60 

439.77 

286.00 

2,328.32 

3,313.88 

2,725.26 




95,130.62 


General office, salaries and expenses . 
Undistributed expenses 


218.31 


868.20 


123,220.49 
72,633.44 


Truck operation and maintenance. . . 






17,234.99 


Interest 


30.05 
190.62 
148.00 


411.14 
362.56 
580.00 


161,354.25 


Sinking fund and principal payments 
on debentures 


127,831.33 


Depreciation 


167,371.36 


Other reserves 


44,286.00 












Total operating costs and fixed 
charges 


52,375.60 


4,148.77 


11,836.50 


3,016,733.75 






Net surplus 




1,498.36 


612.04 


162,022.50 


Net loss 


2,076.00 












Number of Consumers 
Domestic service 


825 

152 

16 


75 

54 

1 


274 
66 

2 


53,683 


Commercial light service. . . . 


8,680 


Power service 


1,345 






Total 


993 


130 


342 


63,708 










1933 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



359 



"B"— Concluded 

Hydro Municipalities for Year Ended December 31, 1932 



THUNDER BAY 
SYSTEM 






Fort William 
24,470 


Nipigon 


Port Arthur 
19,430 


THUNDER 

BAY 

SYSTEM 

SUMMARY 


ALL 
SYSTEMS 

GRAND 
SUMMARY 


$ c. 

205,660.88 
63,991.03 
41,949.95 
21,813.85 
17,556.68 


$ c. 

2,508.73 

1,913.03 

305.51 

248.08 

480.00 


$ c. 

108,207.21 
54,652.69 

780,752.69 
37,591.52 
18,984.96 


$ c. 

316,376.82 

120,556.75 

823,008.15 

59,653.45 

37,021.64 


$ c. 

11,447,307.85 
6,243,794.01 
9,356,693.88 
1,859,585.35 
1,783,972.46 
11,069.27 


7,762.38 




20,369.73 


28,132.11 


513,787.30 








358,734.77 


5,455.35 


1,020,558.80 


1,384,748.92 


31,216,210.12 


270,490.78 
6,324.39 


1,781.36 


844,590.18 

20,136.48 

1,717.67 

11,669.90 

646.38 

3,684.36 


1,116,862.32 

26,460.87 

3,965.30 

25,405.46 

1,563.08 

12,196.80 

771.82 

13,061.82 
2,848.60 
20,979.82 
16,295.64 
13.991.11 
3,335.56 
41,444.94 

21,921.90 

42,457.50 
3,394.58 


19,109,036.25 
503,351.82 


2,247.63 




300,186.15 


13,366.99 

896.00 

8,496.23 

771.82 


368.57 
20.70 
16.21 


969,750.61 

95,485.55 

300,104.85 

368,208.73 


7,283.77 


17.28 


5,760.77 

2,848.60 

10,390.63 

10,493.82 

8,032.22 

1,390.07 

19,893.02 

9,271.56 

30,385.50 

2,500.00 


360,709.76 
266,760.84 


10,589.19 




818,721.33 


5,234.84 
5,958.89 


566.99 


960,558.88 
436,692.96 


1,945.49 




112,059.90 


21,128.14 

12,241.58 

11,628.00 

894 . 58 


423.78 
408.76 
444.00 


2,532,940.93 

2,244,367.86 

1,830,261.14 

90,635.08 








379,498.31 


4,047.65 


983,411.16 


1,366,957.12 


31,299,832.64 




1,407.70 


37,147.64 


17,791.80 




20,763.54 


83,622.52 












5,359 
854 
105 


139 

40 

2 


4,090 

746 

91 


9,588 

1,640 

198 


444.679 
73,723 
12,951 


6,318 


181 


4,927 


11,426 


531,353 



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TWENTY-FIFTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 26 



STATEMENT "C" 

Street Lighting Installation in Hydro Municipalities, December 31, 1932, showing 
Rate per Lamp, Cost to Municipality per Annum, and Cost per Capita. 



Municipality 



Population 



Number 

of 

lamps 



Size and 

style of 

lamps 



Rate per 

lamp 

per annum 



Total cost to 

municipality 

per annum 



Acton 



Agincourt 

Ailsa Craig 

Alexandria 

Alliston 

Alvinston 



Amherstburg. 



Ancaster Twp. 

Apple Hill.... 
Arkona 



Arthur. 

Athens. 

Aylmer 



Ayr. . . 

Baden 

Barrie. 



Bath 

Beachville. 



1.930 



498 
2,400 
1,367 

677 

3,112 



397 
993 

666 

1,998 

806 



7,411 



343 



124 

5 

61 

1 

3 

57 

57 
1 

95 
41 

102 

13 

84 
6 

81 

9 

23 

12 

32 
49 

30 

48 

82 

7 

40 
23 

168 
24 

1 

91 

3 

65 




80 c.p. 

80 c.p. 
100 watt 
150 watt 
300 watt 

100 watt 

100 watt 
200 watt 

100 watt 
200 watt 

100 c.p. 
100 watt 

100 watt 
200 watt 

100 c.p. 
250 c.p. • 
200 watt 
300 watt 

100 watt 
150 watt 

100 watt 

100 watt 

100 watt 
200 watt 

100 watt 
200 watt 

100 watt 
300 watt 
Traffic Light 

100 watt 
500 watt 

100 watt 

100 c.p. 
100 watt 
200 watt 
300 watt 

100 watt 

100 watt 



$ c 
9.001 

12.00 
9.00 

12.00 

20.00. 

13.00 

10.00 
18.00 

17.00 
25.00 

18.00\ 
18.00/ 

20.00\ 
29.00/ 

15.001 
30.00 
20.00 
30.00J 

12.50 
15.00 

17.00 

20.00 

19.00 
32.00 

16.00 
33.00 

10.00 
25.00 
40.00 

10.001 
36.00/ 

8.00 

9.001 
17.001 
22. 00[ 
25.00J 

34.00 

11.00 



$ c. 
1,797.00 

737.44 
583.85 

2,640.00 

2,070.00 

1,854.00 

2,305.00 

1,029.78 

503.50 
960.00 

1,782.00 
1,399.00 

2,320.00 

1,018.00 
520.00 

5,950.00 

765.56 
517.00 



**Population not shown in Government statistics. 5 
|13 months' operation. 
tfPart of cost paid direct in form of debenture charges, 



Series system. m Multiple system. 



1933 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



361 



STATEMENT "C"— Continued 

Street Lighting Installation in Hydro Municipalities, December 31, 1932, showing 
Rate per Lamp, Cost to Municipality per Annum, and Cost per Capita. 



Municipality 


Population 


Number 

of 

lamps 


Size and 

style of 

lamps 




Rate per 

lamp 

per annum 


total cost to 

municipality 

per annum 


Cost 

per 

capita 


Beaverton 


931 


H 


100 watt 
100 watt 
500 watt 


m 
m 
m 


$ c. 
6.001 
8.00 

30. 00 J 


$ c. 
994.02 


$ c. 
1.07 


Beeton 


552 


/ 65 
I 14 


100 c.p. 
100 watt 


s 
m 


15.00\ 
15.00/ 


1,185.00 


2.15 


Belle River 


734 


63 


100 watt 


m 


11.00 


•705.00 


0.96 


Belleville 


13,914 


f 540 

J 22 

52 

[ 103 


100 c.p. 
400 c.p. 
1,000 c.p. 
300 watt 


s 

s 

s 

m 


10.00] 
30.001 
54. 00[ 
35.00J 


12,399.14 


0.89 


Blenheim 


1,613 


f 164 

3 
12 

[ 1 


150 c.p. 
400 c.p. 
600 c.p. 
Traffic Light 


s 

s 

s 

m 


12.001 
28 . 00 
37. OOf 
16.00] 


2,507.00 


ft 


Bloomfield 


637 


60 


100 c.p. 


s 


12.00 


720.00 


1.13 


Blyth 


610 


100 


100 watt 


m 


13.00 


1,300.00 


2.13 


Bolton 


582 




f- 45 
{ 23 


100 watt 
200 watt 


m 
m 


12.001 
21.00/ 


1,023.00 


1.76 


Bothwell 


653 




r 66 

I 21 


100 watt 
300 watt 


m 
m 


11.001 
27.00/ 


1,293.00 


1.98 


Bowman ville. . . 


3,648 




r no 

4 

, 42 


80 c.p. 
150 watt 
300 watt 


s 
m 
m 


14.00] 

27.00 

37.00] 


4,732.00 


t 


Bradford 


964 




r 60 

L 7 


80 c.p. 
100 watt 


s 
m 


18.00V 
18.00/' 


1,206.00 


1.25 


Brampton 


5,012 




r 656 
i 2 


100 watt 
500 watt 


m 
m 


8.001 
35.00/ 


5,291.00 


1.06 


Brantford 


30,153 


< 


r 149 

3,497 

10 

12 

2 

, 20 


1,500 c.p. 
100 watt 
150 watt 
200 watt 
500 watt 
750 watt 


s 

m 
m 
m 
m 
m 


45.00^ 
7.50 
8.50 
11.00 
45.00 
46.00 


> 


34,369.72 


ft 


Brantford Twp. 




366 


100 watt 




12 00 


4,382.00 
576.00 


** 


Brechin 


Mara Twp. 
Thorah " 


11 


100 watt 
100 watt 
100 watt 


m 
m 
m 


18.00] 
18.00[ 
18.00J 


**•• 


Bridgeport 




58 


100 watt 


m 


10 00 


575.00 


** 

















**Population not shown in Government statistics. 5 Series system. 
tfPart of cost paid direct in form of debenture charges. 
fl4 months' operation. 



m Multiple system. 



362 



TWENTY-FIFTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 26 



STATEMENT "C"— Continued 

Street Lighting Installation in Hydro Municipalities, December 31, 1932, showing 
Rate per Lamp, Cost to Municipality per Annum, and Cost per Capita. 



Municipality 


Population 


Number 

of 

lamps 


Size and 
style of 
lamps 


Rate per 

lamp 

per annum 


Total cost to 

municipality 

per annum 


Cost 

per 

capita 


Brigden 




{ 


44 

22 


100 watt 
200 watt 


m 
m 


$ c. 

14.001 

25.00/ 


$ c. 
1,166.00 


$ c. 
** 








Brighton 


1,431 




137 


100 c.p. 


s 


12.00 


1,644.00 


1.15 


Brockville 


9,485 


■ 


586 

15 

35 

49 

6 


100 c.p. 
1-Lt. stds. 
3-Lt. stds. 
5-Lt. stds. 
300 watt 


s 
m 
m 

m 
m 


11.00] 

17.00 

21.00 

24.00 

24.00, 




8,756.00 


0.92 


Brussells 


726 


{ 


80 
18 


100 watt 
200 watt 


m 
m 


12.00\ 
18.00/ 


1,281.00 


1.76 


Burford 






67 
24 


100 watt 
100 watt 


m 

m 


11.00 
13.00 


742.62 
312.00 


** 


Burgessville. . , , 




** 


Caledonia 


1,400 


{ 


174 


100 watt 
100 watt 


m 

m 


8.00\ 
13.00/ 


1,529.04 


1.09 


Campbellville. . 






19 


100 watt 


m 


24.00 


456.00 


** 


Cannington.. . . 


856 


\ 


67 


100 watt 
500 watt 


m 
m 


13.00\ 
32.00/ 


967.00 


1.13 


Cardinal 


1,304 


\ 


16 
i 41 


100 watt 
200 watt 


m 
m 


16.00\ 

22.00/ 


1,158.00 


0.89 


Carleton Place. 


4,269 




' 83 

102 

67 


60 watt 
200 watt 
300 watt 


m 
m 
m 


12.001 
18.00 
23 . 00J 


4,350.04 


1.02 


Cayuga 


660 




77 


100 watt 


m 


18.00 


1,386.00 


2.10 


Chatham 


16,434 




r 714 

36 
32 
33 
75 
134 
2 


150 c.p. 
150 c.p. 
250 c.p. 
600 c.p. 
600 c.p. 
1,000 c.p. 
250 watt 


s 
s 
s 
s 
s 
s 
m 


13.00 
12.00 
16.00 
31.00 
30.00 
38.00 
24.00 


• 


18,943.77 


tt 


Chatsworth. . . . 


263 




41 


100 watt 


m 


11.00 


451.00 


1.71 


Chesley 


1,804 




114 


150 c.p. 


s 


14.00 


1,596 00 


0.88 


Chesterville. . . . 


912 




86 


100 watt 


m 


12.00 


1,032.00 


1.13 


Chippawa 


1,243 




91 


100 watt 


m 


12.00 


1,092.00 


0.88 


Clifford 


515 




61 


100 watt 


m 


14.00 


854.00 


1.66 


Clinton 


1,873 




f 160 

11 

1 


150 c.p. 
100 watt 
500 watt 


s 

m 
m 


11.001 
11.00} 

55.00J 


1,986.98 


1.06 



**Population not shown in Government statistics. 5 
tfPart of cost paid direct in form of debenture charges 



Series system. m Multiple system. 



933 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



363 



STATEMENT "C"— Continued 



Street Lighting Installation in Hydro Municipalities, December 31, 1932, showing 
Rate per Lamp, Cost to Municipality per Annum, and Cost per Capita. 



Municipality 


Population 


Number 

of 

lamps 


Size and 

style of 

lamps 


Rate per 

lamp 

per annum 


Total cost to 

municipality 

per annum 


Cost 

per 

capita 


Cobourg 


5,478 


{ 


386 
4 

18 


150 c.p. 
400 c.p. 
500 c.p. 


5 

5 


$ c. 

12.001 

23.00^ 

47.50J 


% c. 
5,572.26 


$ c. 
1.02 


Coldwater 


641 


{ 


6 
47 


60 watt 
100 watt 


m 
m 


9.00\ 
11.00/ 


571.00 


0.89 


Collingwood . . . 


5,730 




422 


80 c.p. 


s 


8.00 


3,376.00 


0.59 


Comber 




{ 


43 
12. 


100 watt 
200 watt 


m 
m 


12.00\ 

18.00/ 


732.00 


** 








Cookstown .... 






56 
30 


150 c.p. 
100 watt 


s 
m 


17.00 
15.00 


952.00 
450.00 


** 


Cottam 




** 


Courtright 


353 




43 


100 watt 


m 


18.00 


774.00 


2.19 


Creemore 


606 




59 


100 watt 


m 


10.00 


590.16 


0.97 


Dashwood 






41 

22 


100 watt 
100 watt 


m 
m 


12.00 
12.00 


492 . 00 
264 . 00 


** 


Delaware 




** 


Deseronto 


1,356 . 




128 


100 watt 


m 


16.00 


2,015.94 


1.49 


Dorchester. . . . 






59 

75 


100 watt 
100 watt 


m 
m 


11.00 
10.00 


649.00 
750.00 


** 


Drayton 


552 


1.36 


Dresden 


1,451 


{ 


130 
15 


100 c.p. 
50 watt 


s 

m 


13 00\ 

4.56/ 


1,834.34 


1.26 


Drumbo 






39 
50 


100 watt 
100 watt 


m 

m 


13.00 ' # 
15.00 


507.00 
750.00 


** 


Dublin 




** 


Dundalk 


655 


{ 


55 
20 


100 watt 
200 watt 


m 
m 


12.00\ 
16.00/ 


980.00 


1.50 


Dundas 


5,137 


i 


305 
12 
54 


100 watt 
200 watt 
500 watt 


m 
m 
m 


12.00] 
16.00^ 
46.00J 


6,115.93 


1.19 


Dunnville 


3,506 


{ 


246 

27 


150 c.p. 
1,000 c.p. 


s 
s 


11.00\ 
45.00/ 


3,943.72 


1.12 


Durham 


1,779 


{ 


105 
6 


150 c.p. 
400 c.p. 


s 
s 


16.00\ 
24.00/ 


1,824.00 


1.03 


Dutton 


785 




110 


100 watt 


m 


9.00 


973.50 


1.24 


East Windsor. . 


16,081 


{ 


338 
194 


100 watt 
200 watt 


m 
m 


8.00\ 
14.00/ 


8,419.92 


tt 



**Population not shown in Government statistics. 5 Series system. m Multiple system. 
ffPart of cost paid direct in form of debenture charges. 



364 



TWENTY-FIFTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 26 



STATEMENT "C"— Continued 

Street Lighting Installation in Hydro Municipalities, December 31, 1932, showing 
Rate per Lamp, Cost to Municipality per Annum, and Cost per Capita. 



Municipality 



Population 



Number 

of 

lamps 



Size and 

style of 

lamps 



Rate per 

lamp 

per annum 



Total cost to 

municipality 

per annum 



East York Twp 



Elmira, 



Elmvale. . 
Elm wood. 



Elora 



Embro . 
Erieau . 

Essex . . 



Etobicoke Twp 



Exeter 



Fergus 
Finch. 



Flesherton . 
Fonthill. .. 
Forest 



Fort William. 



2,761 



1,317 

437 
260 

1,888 



1,622 

2,585 
358 

462 

833 

1,425 

24,470 



1 

933 

4 

268 

15 

190 
8 
1 

60 

23 

93 
15 

56 

20 

119 

29 

4 
61 

1 

963 

22 

165 
23 

140 
31 

32 

2 

54 

1 

71 

131 
123 



578 
2 

13 
74 

215 
48 



60 watt 
100 watt 
200 watt 
300 watt 
500 watt 

100 watt 
200 watt 
500 watt 

100 watt 

100 watt 

100 watt 
200 watt 

100 watt 

100 watt 

60 watt 
100 watt 
200 watt 
300 watt 
500 watt 

100 watt 
100 watt 

100 watt 
200 watt 

100 watt 
150 watt 

100 watt 

60 watt 
100 watt 
300 watt 

100 watt 



60 watt m 

100 watt m 

Station Platform 



100 c.p. 
250 c.p. 
300 c.p. 
600 c.p. 
,000 c.p. 
Arcs 



$ c 
7.801 
13.00 
19.50 
26.00 
29.00 

9.00 
12.00 
28.00 

11.00 

21.00 

16.00 
22.00 

12.00 

18.00 

11.00 
11.00 
22.00 
24.00 
30.00 

13.00\ 
17.00/ 

9.50\ 
18.00/ 

16.00 
18.50 

18.00 

6.00 
10.00 
25.00 

15.00 

7.00 
11.00 
51.00 

8.00 
18.00 
23.00 
28.00 
38.00 
38.00 



$ c 
19,071.97 

1,840.00 

660.00 
483.00 

1,818.00 

658.00 
360.00 

3,215.49 

12,958.52 

1,981.56 

2,718.41 
570.00 

574.00 

1,063.75 

2,321.00 

17,556.68 



**Population not shown in Government statistics. s Series system. m Multiple system. 



933 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



365 



STATEMENT "C"— Continued 



Street Lighting Installation in Hydro Municipalities, December 31, 1932, showing 
Rate per Lamp, Cost to Municipality per Annum, and Cost per Capita. 







Number 


Size and 


Rate per 


Total cost to 


Cost 


Municipality 


Population 


of 


style of 


lamp 


municipality 


per 






lamps 


lamps 


per annum 


per annum 


capita 










$ c. 


$ c 


$ c 








f 934 


100 c.p. 5 


9.00 














316 


100 watt m 


12.00 








Gait 


13,960 




100 


200 watt m 


20.00 


. 


22,414.88 


1.61 








152 


300 watt m 


35.00 














74 


500 watt m 


40. 00, 












f 172 


100 watt m 


11.001 






Georgetown 


2,187 


1 l t 


100 watt m 
300 watt m 


13.00} 
19.00J 


2,115.33 


t 


Glencoe 


767 


{ % 


100 watt m 
200 watt m 


14.00\ 
20.00] 


1,934.00 


2.52 






f 325 


100 c.p. 5 


9.00 








Goderich 


4,324 


1 

{ 16 


100 watt m 
200 watt m 
3-Lt. stds. m 


15.00 
25.00 
35. 00, 




3,791.50 


0.88 


Grand Valley . . 


570 


52 


100 watt m 


16.00 


832.00 


1.46 


Granton 




37 
f 135 


100 watt w 
80 watt 5 


10.00 
10.001 


370.00 


** 








Graven hurst. . . 


1,896 


30 
I 16 


100 watt 5 
100 watt m 
300 watt m 


11.00 
10.00 

35.00J 


2,064.07 


1.08 








[ 12 


50 watt m 


4.00^ 














6 


60 watt m 


4.00 














1,341 


100 watt m 


10.00 














176 


200 watt m 


12.50 








Guelph 


21,201 


■ 


30 
9 

35 
4 

18 
1 


300 watt m 

500 watt m 

500 watt, 220v m 

75 watt, 220 v m 

1,000 watt, 220vw 

Airport Beacon m 


18.75 
25.00 
34.00 
43.00 
46.50 
60.00, 


- 


20,199.01 


0.95 


Hagersville .... 


1,285 


/ 121 
I 14 


100 watt m 
300 watt m 


12.00\ 
20.00/ 


1,732.00 


1.35 








' 10 


40 watt m 


4.501 














96 


50 watt m 


6.00 














8,224 


100 watt m 


7.50 














1,167 


200 watt m 


11.00 














8 


300 watt m 


18.00 














28 


300 watt m 


26.00 








Hamilton 


150,065 




92 

5 

480 

595 

65 

3 

2 


300 watt m 
300 watt m 
500 watt m 
500 watt m 
750 watt m 

Danger Sig. Stds. 

Danger Sig. Stds. 


32.00 
34.00 
32.00 
37.00 
55.00 
28.00 
70.00J 




118,954.03 


0.79 



**Population not shown in Government statistics, 
flncludes Glen Williams. 



s Series system. m Multiple system. 



366 



TWENTY-FIFTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 26 



STATEMENT "C"— Continued 

Street Lighting Installation in Hydro Municipalities, December 31, 1932, showing 
Rate per Lamp, Cost to Municipality per Annum, and Cost per Capita. 



Municipality 



Population 



Number 

of 

lamps 



Size and 

style of 

lamps 



Rate per 

lamp 

per annum 



Total cost to 

municipality 

per annum 



Hanover 


3,102 


Harriston 


1,301 


Harrow 


907 


Hastings 


653 


Havelock 


1,082 


Hensall 


745 


Hespeler 


2,711 


Highgate 


334 


Holstein 




Humberstone. . 


2,419 


Huntsville 


2,946 


Ingersoll 


5,000 


Jarvis 


482 


Kemptville. . . . 


1,227 



91 

16 

5 

12 

83 

4 

29 

1 
75 

51 

10 

1 

63 
20 

83 

91 

75 
12 
51 
13 
7 

51 

14 

104 

7 

20 
32 
43 
20 
60 

13 

310 

2 

2 

26 

11 

70 

90 

1 



100 c.p. 
250 c.p. 
100 watt 
200 watt 

150 c.p. 
100 watt 
200 watt 

100 watt 
200 watt 

100 watt 
200 watt 
200 watt 

100 c.p. 
250 c.p. 

100 watt 

150 c.p. 
250 c.p. 
400 c.p. 
150 watt 
300 watt 
300 watt 

100 watt 

100 watt 

100 watt 
200 watt 

100 c.p. 

150 c.p. 

250 c.p. 
50 watt 
75 watt 

100 c.p. 

100 c.p. 

600 c.p. 
1,000 c.p. 
1,000 c.p. 

300 watt 

100 watt 



100 watt m 

250 watt Fl. light 



$ c. 
27.00) 
32.00! 
27. OOf 
32.00J 

11.00) 
1 1 . 00 
11.00J 

12.00 
16.50 

29.00 
38.00 
39.00 

16.00) 
25.00/ 

12.00 

11.00) 

16.00 

30.00 

10.00 

21.50 

35.00. 

11.00 

35.00 

12.00\ 
17.00/ 

14. 00^ 
18.00 
22.00 
10.00 
10.00, 

5.50 N 
11.00 
28.00 
25.00 
35.00 
30.00J 

12.00 

20.00 
30.00 



$ c. 
3,488.16 

1,265.13 

1,215.25 

1,847.82 

1,508.00 
996.00 

2,846.58 

561.00 
490.00 

1,367.00 
2,665.80 

4,841.20 

840.00 
1,830.00 



**Population not shown in Government statistics. 5 Series system. 
tfPart of cost paid direct in form of debenture charges. 



m Multiple system. 



1933 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



367 



STATEMENT "C"— Continued 

Street Lighting Installation in Hydro Municipalities, December 31, 1932, showing 
Rate per Lamp, Cost to Municipality per Annum, and Cost per Capita. 



Municipality 



Population 



Number 

of 

lamps 



Size and 
style of 
lamps 



Rate per 

lamp 

per annum 



Total cost to 

municipality 

per annum 



Kincardine 



Kingston 



Kingsville 
Kirkfield . 



Kitchener 



Lakefield 
Lambeth . 



Lanark. . . 
Lancaster. 
La Salle. . 



Leamington 



Lindsay 



Listovvel 



2,487 



22,534 



2,245 



31,114 



1,458 



573 
590 
609 

4,912 

7,174 

2,688 



148 
20 
36 

2 

86 
289 

243 

113 
122 

25 

23 

47 

2,023 

85 

35 

18 

402 

30 

69 

77 

177 

108 

36 

1 

37 
41 
66 



150 c.p. 
100 watt 
200 watt 
1,000 watt 

100 c.p. 
600 c.p. 
600 c.p. 

100 watt 
100 watt 
150 watt 

100 watt 

16 c.p. 

80 c.p. 
100 c.p. 
250 c.p. 
1,000 c.p. 
200 watt 
300 watt 
300 watt 
300 watt 
500 watt 

100 watt 

100 watt 
200 watt 

100 watt 

100 watt 

100 watt 

250 c.p. 
400 c.p. 
600 c.p. 
100 watt 

100 c.p. 
1,000 c.p. 
500 watt 

60 watt 
100 watt 
200 watt 
300 watt 
500 watt 



$ c. 
20.00^ 
15.00 
25.00 
85.00 ; 

15.00 
40.00 
52.00, 

12.001 
14.00! 
18. 00 J 

20.00 



7 


001 


9 


00 


9 


00 


13 


00 


25 


00 


15 


oof 


15 


00 


17 


50 


20.00 


25 


ooj 



17.00 

12.00 
21.00 

16.00 

36.50 

15.00 

17.001 
22.00 
28 . 00 j 

15. OOJ 

15.001 
70.00 
70.00J 

9.00 
11.00 
25.00 
30.00 
35.00 



$ c 
4,258.34 

24,969.33 

3,477.16 
461.13 

33,649.47 

1,810.25 

453 . 00 

592 . 00 

1,496.50 

990.00 

5,891.51 

8,273.75 

3,831.60 



**Population not shown in Government statistics. 5 Series system. 
ffPart of cost paid direct in form of debenture charges. 



m Multiple system. 



368 



TWENTY-FIFTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 26 



STATEMENT "C"— Continued 

Street Lighting Installation in Hydro Municipalities, December 31, 1932, showing 
Rate per Lamp, Cost to Municipality per Annum, and Cost per Capita. 



Municipality 



Population 



Number 

of 

lamps 



Size and 

style of 

lamps 



Rate per 

lamp 

per annum 



total cost to 

municipality 

per annum 



London 


71,310 


London Twp. . . 




Long Branch . . . 


3,537 


Lucan 


547 


Lucknow 


1,067 


Lynden 




Madoc 


1,071 


Markdale 


819 


Markham 


1,001 


Marmora 


973 


Martintown . . . 




Maxville. ..... 


747 


Meaford 


2,726 


Merlin 




Merritton 


2,515 


Midland 


7,802 



8 
1,920 

103 

301 
32 

273 
2 
75 
12 
47 
43 

488 
36 
11 
68 

68 
1 

267 

71 

73 
16 

44 

342 

7 
3 

90 

114 

37 
35 
15 

15 

65 

180 

28 

35 

43 

303 

25 

386 
30 
36 



150 c.p. 
150 c.p. 
400 c.p. 
400 c.p. 
600 c.p. 
600 c.p. 
50 watt 
100 watt 
200 watt 
200 watt 
200 watt 
300 watt 
300 watt 
500 watt 
500 watt 

100 watt 
200 watt 

100 watt 

100 watt 

100 watt 
200 watt 

100 watt 

75 watt 
150 watt 
300 watt 

150 c.p. 

100 watt 

75 watt 
100 watt 
150 watt 

100 watt 

100 c.p. 

150 c.p. 
100 watt 
200 watt 

100 watt 

100 watt 
300 watt 

100 c.p. 
300 watt 
500 watt 



$ c. 
10.00 
11.00 
18.00 
24.00 
28.00 
30.00 

5.00 
10.00 

9.34 
14.00 
18.00 
18.00 
20.00 
25.00 
40.00 

12.00 
16.50 

13.00 

15.00 

21.00 
31.00 

10.00 

5.00 

6.00 

12.00 

8.00 

14.00 

15.00 
17.00 
20.00 

20.00 

22.00 

13.00 
13.00 
22.00 

16.00 

9.00\ 
25.00] 

10.00 
22.00 
40.00 



$ c 



54,071.71 



832.50 

3,405.30 
1,065.00 
1,573.00 

445.79 

1,788.00 

699.85 
1,596.00 

1,450.00 

300.00 
1,430.04 

3,474.04 

688.00 
3,343.00 

6,219.17 



**Population not shown in Government statistics. 5 Series system. m Multiple system. 
ttPart of cost paid direct in form of debenture charges. 



1933 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



369 



STATEMENT "C"— Continued 

Street Lighting Installation in Hydro Municipalities, December 31, 1932, showing 
Rate per Lamp, Cost to Municipality per Annum, and Cost per Capita. 



Municipality 


Population 


Number 

of 

lamps 


Size and 
style of 
lamps 




Rate per 

lamp 

per annum 




Total cost to 

municipality 

per annum 


Cost 

per 

capita 


Milton 


1,825 


/ 204 

\ 3 


100 watt 
300 watt 


m 

m 


$ c. 

9.00\ 
30.00/ 


$ c. 
1,905.00 


$ c. 
1.04 


Milverton 


1,064 


f 95 
\ 12 


100 watt 
200 watt 


m 
m 


9.00\ 
12.00/ 


999.00 


0.94 


Mimico 


6,422 


f 214 
\ 207 

I 47 


100 watt 
200 watt 
300 watt 


m 
m 
m 


14.001 
21.50 
28.00J 


8,681.07 


1.35 


Mitchell 


1,609 


232 


150 c.p. 


s 


9.00 


2,088.00 


1.30 


Moorefield 




'25 


100 watt 


m 


15.00 


375.00 


** 


Mount Brydges 




49 


100 watt 


m 


10.00 


490.00 


** 


Mount Forest. . 


1,914 




' 117 
39 

k 35 


150 c.p. 
250 c.p. 
100 watt 


s 

s 

m 


12.001 
14.00} 
12.00J 


2,370.00 


1.24 


Napanee 


2,981 


f 136 
26 

I 40 


100 c.p. 
320 c.p. 
300 watt 


s 

s 

m 


16.001 
37.00[ 
32.00J 


4,337.83 


1.46 


Neustadt 


448. 


39 


150 c.p. 


s 


25.00 


975.00 


2.18 


Newbury 


312 


48 


100 watt 


m 


15.00 


720.00 


2.31 


New Hamburg. 


1,462 




( 162 
36 

25 


100 watt 
200 watt 
200 watt 


m 
m 
m 


9.001 
12.50 
15.00J 


2,256.95 


1.54 


New Toronto. . 


6,437 




r 221 

17 
14 
28 
14 
131 
2 


75 watt m 
150 watt m 
200 watt m 
300 watt m 
300 watt m 
500 watt m 
Intersection lights 


15.001 

18.00 

19.00 

22.00^ 

27.00 

30.00 

28.00. 


. 


8,647.98 


1.34 


Niagara Falls . . 


18,678 


■ 


f 801 

2 

60 

234 

4 

197 

4 


100 c.p. 
250 c.p. 
600 c.p. 
600 c.p. 
600 c.p. 
1,000 c.p. 
100 watt 


s 
s 
s 

s 
s 
s 

m 


11.001 
13.00 
18.00 
40.00 
60.00 
45.00 
11.00, 


. 


29,755.81 


1.55 


Niagara-on-the- 
Lake 


1,657 


\ 


r 215 

I 25 


100 watt 
200 watt 


m 
m 


11.00' 

18.00. 


[ 


2,777.76 


1.6* 



**Population not shown in Government statistics. 5 Series system. m Multiple system. 



370 



TWENTY-FIFTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 26 



STATEMENT "C"— Continued 

Street Lighting Installation in Hydro Municipalities, December 31, 1932, showing 
Rate per Lamp, Cost to Municipality per Annum, and Cost per Capita. 



Municipality 



Population 



Number 

of 

lamps 



Size and 

style of 

lamps 



Rate per 

lamp 

per annum 



Total cost to 

municipality 

per annum 



Nipigon 



North York 
Twp 



Norwich 


1,071 


Norwood 


742 


Oil Springs .... 


448 


Omemee 


457 


Orangeville .... 


2,764 



Oshawa 



Ottawa . 



Otterville. . . 
Owen Sound 

Paisley 



23,687 



127,332 



12,673 



693 



32 

81 
20 
32 
12 

34 
65 
14 

1 
1 
2 
1 
1 



395 
784 
797 
615 
2,940 



100 watt 


m 


100 watt 


m 


100 watt 


m 


100 watt 


m 


100 watt 


m 


150 watt 


m 


200 watt 


m 


200 watt 


m 


100 watt sign 




400 w. Floodlight 


,000 w. Floodlight 


Safety Lamp 




Safety Lamp 




100 watt 


m 


400 watt 


m 


100 c.p. 


s 


100 c.p. 


s 


100 c.p. 


s 


100 watt 


m 


300 watt 


m 


100 c.p. 


s 


250 watt 


m 


450 c.p. 


s 


100 watt 


m 


250 watt 


m 


100 c.p. 


s 


1,000 c.p. 


s 


100 watt 


m 


150 watt 


m 


200 watt 


m 


100 c.p. 


s 


400 c.p. 


s 


600 c.p. 


s 


100 watt 




100 watt 


m 


100 watt 


m 


200 watt 


m 


100 c.p. 


s 


250 c.p. 


s 


400 c.p. 


s 


500 c.p. 


s 


100 watt 


m 



% c. 
15.00 

12.00 
13.00 
13.50 
15.00 
32.00 
23.00 
30.00 
12.00 
31.00 
65.00 
8.00 
30.00 

10.00 
35.00 

18.00 
20.00 
27.00 

18.00 
30.00 

14.00 
28.00 

35.00 
15.00 
20.00 

10.00 
27.00 
11.00 
12.00 
16.00 

7.00 
25.00 
35.00 

6.00 
48c. per Ft. 

11.00 
16.00 

n.oa] 

14.001 
21.00| 
35.00J 

16.00 



% c 
480.00 



5,083.67 



2,120.00 

1,578.00 

750.00 
924 . 00 

4,129.00 
10,524.15 

72,349.35 

753.00 
10,976.59 

1.408.00 



**Population not shown in Government statistics. s Series system. m Multiple system. 



933 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



371 








STATEMENT "C"- 


-Continued 


Street Lighting Installation in Hydro Municipalities, December 31, 1932, showing 


Rate per Lamp, Cost to Municipality per 


Annum, and Cost per Capita. 






Number 


Size and 




Rate per 


Total cost to 


Cost 


Municipality 


Population 


of 


style of 




lamp 


municipality 


per 






lamps 


lamps 




per annum 


per annum 


capita 












$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 








f 95 


80 c.p. 


s 


9.00 














6 


100 c.p. 


s 


10.00 














4 


250 c.p. 
40 watt 


s 

m 


25.00 
9.00 








Palmerston .... 


1,750 




10 
2 

14 
2 

15 
1 

f 448 . 
10 


60 watt 
100 watt 
150 watt 
250 watt 
300 watt 
500 watt 

100 c.p. 
400 c.p. 


m 
m 
m 
m 
m 
m 

s 
s 


9.00 
10.00 
10.00 
25.00 
25.00 
35.00 

9.00 
32.00 


> 


1,718.25 


0.98 


Paris 


4,263 




2 
18 


60 watt 
100 watt 


m 
m 


7.00 
9.00 


> 


5,674.90 


1.33 












2 


500 watt 


m 


35.00 














25 


500 watt 


m 


40. 00, 








Parkhill 


968 


/ 78 
I 15 


100 watt 
200 watt 


m 

m 


14.00\ 
23.00/ 


1,437.00 


1.48 






f 184 


100 c.p. 


s 


11.001 






Penetanguishene 


3,870 


9 


200 watt 


m 


15.00 


2,216.50 


0.57 






1 4 


300 watt 


m 


20.00J 










f 70 


100 c.p. 


s 


15.001 








Perth 


3,915 


" 


250 c.p. 
400 c.p. 


s 
s 


25.00 




2,052.25 


0.52 




28.00 








I 13 


600 c.p. 


s 


40.00J 










f 15 


400 c.p. 


s 


43.001 






Peterborough . . 


22,798 


215 

362 

[ 501 


60 watt 
100 watt 
300 watt 


m 
m 
m 


9.00 
10.00 
18.00 ; 




19,508.00 


0.86 


Petrolia 


2,431 


/ 145 
I 24 


150 c.p. 
600 c.p. 


s 

s 


12.001' 
38.00/ 


2,652.00 


1.09 


Picton 


3,140 


/ 222 
\ 85 


100 c.p. 
250 c.p. 


s 
s 


12.001 
20.00/ 


4,364.04 


1.39 


Plattsville 




34 

/ 103 
I 15 


100 watt 

150 c.p. 
250 c.p. 


m 

s 
s 


15.00 

13.001 
20.00/ 


510.00 
1,629.30 


** 


Point Edward. . 


1,114 


1.46 






r 


2,709 


100 watt 


m 


5.001 






Port Arthur 


19,430 




232 
208 


300 watt 
500 watt 


m 
m 


10.00 
15.00J 


18,984.96 


0.98 








15 


400 c.p. 


s 


• 23 . 001 














78 


600 c.p. 


s 


25.00 








Port Colborne. . 


6,494 


> 


232 

28 

127 


100 watt 
100 watt 
200 watt 


m 
m 
m 


12.00- 

14.00 

18.00 




7,829.99 


ft 



**Population not shown in Government statistics. .s Series system. 
tfPart of cost paid direct in form of debenture charges. 



m Multiple system. 



372 



TWENTY-FIFTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 26 



STATEMENT "C"— Continued 



Street Lighting Installation in Hydro Municipalities, December 31, 1932, showing 
Rate per Lamp, Cost to Municipality per Annum, and Cost per Capita. 



Municipality 


Population 


Number 

of 

lamps 


Size and 
style of 
lamps 


Rate per 

lamp 

per annum 


Total cost to 
municipality 
per annum 


Cost 

per 

capita 


Port Credit 


1,600 




268 


100 watt 


m 


$ c. 
10.00 


$ c. 
2,680.00 


$ c. 
1.68 


Port Dalhousie. 


1,394 


/ 
\ 


128 
2 


100 watt 
200 watt 


m 
m 


12.50\ 

15.00/ 


1,630.00 


1.17 


Port Dover .... 


1,584 


/ 
\ 


172 
19 


100 watt 
300 watt 


m 
m 


12.00\ 
20.00/ 


2,569.00 


1.62 


Port Elgin 


1,300 


J 
I 


104 
26 


100 watt 
200 watt 


m 
m 


14.00\ 
22.00/ 


2,029.41 


1.56 


Port Hope 


4,601 




384 


100 c.p. 


s 


12.00 


4,608.00 


1.00 


Port McNicoll. . 


875 




47 


100 watt 


m 


11.00 


517.00 


0.59 


Port Perry 


1,130 


{ 


100 
2 


100 watt 
200 watt 


m 
m 


14.00\ 
20.00/ 


1,403.00 


1.24 


Port Rowan . . . 


676 




53 


100 watt 


m 


24.00 


1,242.00 


1.84 


Port Stanley . . . 


694 




179 


100 watt 


m 


11.00 


1,963.44 


2.83 


Prescott 


3,078 


I 


169 

105 


100 watt 
2-Lt. Brackets 


m 
m 


10.00\ 
17.00/ 


3,475.00 


1.13 


Preston 


6,173 


1 


344 

9 

40 

6 


150 c.p. 
250 watt 
500 watt 
5-lt. stds. 


s 

m 
m 
m 


10.001 
18.00 
30.00 
30.00J 


4,973.62 


0.81 


Priceville 






14 
37 

27 


100 watt 
100 watt 
100 watt 


m 
m 

m 


40.00 
13.00 
16.00 


560.00 
481.00 
566.16 


** 


Princeton 




** 


Oueenston 




** 


Richmond 


376 




25 


100 watt 


m 


23.00 


555.84 


1.48 


Richmond Hill. 


1,235 


( 


99 

17 

6 


75 watt 
100 watt 
200 watt 


m 
m 
m 


11.00] 
12.00[ 
16.00J 


1,389.00 


1.12 


Ridgetown 


1,990 


| 


186 

1 

73 

19 


150 c.p. 
1,000 c.p. 
100 watt 
500 watt 


s 
s 

m 
m 


10.001 
40.00 
10.00 
38.00J 


3,367.46 


tt 


Ripley 


409 


J 

I 


43 
6 


100 watt 
200 watt 


m 
m 


24.001 
39.00/ 


1,266.00 


3.10 


Riverside 


5,125 


{ 


285 
72 


100 watt 
150 watt 


m 
m 


11.001 
14.50/ 


4,181.42 


tt 


Rockwood 






85 


100 watt 


m 


9.00 


750.75 


** 









**Population not shown in Government statistics. 5 Series system. 
ttPart of cost paid direct in form of debenture charges. 



m Multiple system. 



1933 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



373 



STATEMENT "C"— Continued 



Street Lighting Installation in Hydro Municipalities, December 31, 1932, showing 
Rate per Lamp, Cost to Municipality per Annum, and Cost per Capita. 





Municipality 


Population 


Number 

of 

lamps 


Size and 

style of 

lamps 


Rate per 

lamp 

per annum 


Total cost to 

municipality 

per annum 


Cost 
per 

capita 




Rodney 


738 


/ 78 
I 14 


100 watt 
200 watt 


m 

m 


$ c. 
10.00\ 

18.00/ 


% c. 
1,028.72 


$ c. 
1.39 




Rosseau 


291 


31 


100 watt 


m 


40.00 


1,240.00 


4.26 




Russell 




46 
2,696 


100 watt 
100 watt 


m 
m 


22.00 
7.50 


1,012.00 

22,252.82 


** 




St. Catharines.. 


25,645 


ft 




St. George 




38 

46 

f 241 

I 1 

124 

I 12 


100 watt 

100 watt 

100 c.p. 
250 c.p. 
250 c.p. 
300 watt 


m 

m 

s 
s 
s 

m 


8.00 
10.00 


304 . 00 
460.00 

3,545.54 


** 




St. Jacobs 




** 




St. Marys 


4,032 


8.00^ 

8.00 

12.00 

12. 00, 




0.88 




St. Thomas. . . . 


16,582 




f 1,065 

28 

1 

114 

6 

22 


100 c.p. 
250 c.p. 
600 c.p. 
600 c.p. 

60 watt 
300 watt 


s 
s 
s 
s 

m 
m 


9.00 
13.00 
32.00 
34.00 

4.50 
22. 00, 




14,615.28 


ft 




Sandwich 


11,408 


- 


f 272 
303 
55 
31 
16 
10 
33 


100 c.p. 
100 c.p. 
400 c.p. 
400 c.p. 
600 c.p. 
100 watt 
200 watt 


s 
s 
s 
s 
s 
m 
m 


12.00 
13.00 
26.00 
28.00 
35.00 
12.00 
21.00 


• 


9,668.67 


ft 




Sarnia 


17,540 


■ 


f 1,014 
51 
65 
79 
13 
3 
8 
14 


150 c.p. 
250 c.p. 
400 c.p. 
600 c.p. 
600 c.p. 
100 watt 
150 watt 
300 watt 


s 

s 

s 

s 

s 

m 

m 

m 


12.00 N 
16.50 
22.00 
35.00 
45.00 
12.00 
16.50 
32.00J 


> 


18,322.96 


tt 




Scarboro Twp. . 






f 227 
2 

19 

2 

433 

7 

, 317 


80 c.p. 
150 c.p. 
40 watt 
60 watt 
100 watt 
200 watt 
300 watt 


5 

s 
m 
m 
m 
m 
m 


12.001 
17.00 
12.00 
18.00 
12.00 
17.00 
24.00J 


» 


16,208.44 


** 












Seaforth 


1,688 


r 65 

58 
I 20 


80 c.p. 
100 c.p. 
300 watt 


s 

s 

m 


10.001 
1 1 . 00 \ 
25.00J 


1,788.00 


1.06 




Shelburne 


1,129 




96 


100 watt 


m 


10.00 




960.00 


0.85 



**Population not shown in Government statistics. 5 Series system. 
fjPart of cost paid direct in form of debenture charges. 



m Multiple system. 



374 



TWENTY-FIFTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 26 



STATEMENT "C"— Continued 

Street Lighting Installation in Hydro Municipalities, December 31, 1932, showing 
Rate per Lamp, Cost to Municipality per Annum, and Cost per Capita. 



Municipality 


Population 


Number 

of 

lamps 


Size and 
style of 
lamps 


Rate per 

lamp 

per annum 


Total cost to 

municipality 

per annum 


Cost 

per 

capita 


Simcoe 


5,263 


■< 


f 272 

27 

7 

8 

1 ! 


100 c.p. 

1,000 c.p. 
150 watt 
200 watt 
200 watt 
500 watt 

1,000 watt 


5 

m 
m 
m 
m 
m 


% c. 
11.00] 
40.00 
11.00 
15.00 
24.00 
53.00 
60.00J 




$ c. 
4,383.91 


$ c. 

tt 


Smiths Falls. . . 


7,486 


18 
104 

1 253 


60 watt 
100 watt 
300 watt 


m 
m 
m 


9.501 
18. OOf 
23 . OOj 


7,862.04 


1.05 


Southampton . . 


1,660 


f 113 

I 32 

39 


100 watt m 
250 watt m 
Beach Lamps m 
3 months 


14.00) 
22.00 

12.00 


2,325.20 


1.40 


Springfield 


387 


50 


100 watt 


m 


11.00 


550.00 


1.42 


Stamford Twp. 




848 


100 watt 


tn 


9.50 


7,997.37 
1,022.00 


** 


Stayner 


951 


/ 77 
I 18 


100 c.p. 
200 watt 


s 
m 


10.00\ 
14.00/ 


1.07 


Stirling 


937 


119 


150 c.p. 


s 


12.00 


1,389.67 


1.48 


Stouffville 


1,117 


126 


100 watt 


m 


14.00 


1,764.00 


1.58 


Stratford 


18,626 




f 861 

74 

116 

6 

62 

4 

4 


100 c.p. 
600 c.p. 
600 c.p. 
600 c.p. 
1,000 c.p. 
100 watt 
100 watt 


s 
s 
s 
s 
s 

m 
m 


10.00) 
25.00 
30.00 
35.00 
34.00 
10.00 
34.00. 




16,434.00 


0.88 


Strathroy 


2,870 


f 331 

21 

I 34 


100 c.p. 
250 c.p. 
300 watt 


s 
s 

m 


9.00) 
15.00 
31.00. 




4,343.46 


1.51 


Sunderland .... 




/ 33 

I 4 


100 watt 
500 watt 


m 
m 


18.00) 
35.00/ 


632.75 


** 








Sutton 


805 


/ 133 
\ 20 


100 watt 
200 watt 


m 
m 


13.00) 
17.00/ 


1,906.50 


2.37 


Tara 


454 


67 


100 watt 




18 00 


1,206.00 
1,212.00 


2 66 


Tavistock 


995 


/ 78 
\ 36 


100 watt 
200 watt 


m 
m 


10.00) 
12.00/ 


1.22 


Tecumseh 


2,550 


/ 8 
\ 60 


400 c.p. 
100 watt 


s 

m 


21.00) 
12.00/ 


1,049.50 


tt 


Teeswater 


832 


/ 38 
\ 20 


150 c.p. 
400 c.p. 


s 

s 


19.00) 
34.00/ 


1,402.00 


1.69 



**Population not shown in Government statistics. s Series system. 
ttPart of cost paid direct in form of debenture charges. 



m Multiple system. 



933 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



375 



STATEMENT "C"— Continued 

Street Lighting Installation in Hydro Municipalities, December 31, 1932, showing 
Rate per Lamp, Cost to Municipality per Annum, and Cost per Capita. 



Municipality 


Population 


Number 

of 

lamps 


Size and 
style of 
lamps 


Rate per 

lamp 

per annum 


Total cost to 

municipality 

per annum 


Cost 

per 

capita 


Thamesford 




47 


100 watt m 


$ c. 
11.00 


$ c. 
517.00 


% c. 

** 


Thamesville. . . 


786 


( 67 
{ 33 

i 7 


100 watt m 
200 watt m 
200 watt m 


9.00] 

14.00 
18.00J 


1,191.00 


1.52 


Thedford 


515 


69 


100 watt m 


15.00 


1,035.00 


2.01 


Thorndale 




32 
22 


100 watt m 
100 watt m 


12.00 
40.00 


382.10 
880.00 


** 


Thornton 




** 


Thorold 


5,068 


f 382 
J 40 
1 28 

I 2 


75 watt m 
100 watt m 
200 watt m 
300 watt m 


7.501 

8.00 
12.00 
15.00. 




3,551.00 


0.70 


Tilbury 


1,929 


/ 99 
I 25 


100 watt m 
200 watt m 


11.001 
19.50/ 


1,563.72 


0.81 






f 261 


100 c.p. 5 


8.501 








Tillsonburg. . . . 


3,287 


1 I 

{ 43 


250 c.p. 5 
300 watt m 
500 watt m 


13.00 
32.00 
42.00. 




3,283.55 


1.00 


Toronto 


621,596 


« 


r 46,215 

3,085 

67 

1,400 

150 

5 

364 

391 

68 

i 76 


100 watt m 

200 watt m 

250 watt m 

300 watt m 

500 watt m 

1 ,000 watt m 

100 w. 5-lt. stds. m 

300 w. 1-lt. stds. m 

500 w. 1-lt. stds. m 

500 w. 1-lt. stds. m 


8. 00-10. 00 1 
18.00-23.00 
20.00 
28.00-30.00 
45.00 
90.00 
47.50 
50.00 
47.50 
52.50, 


► 


528,737.84 


0.85 


Toronto Twp . . 




{ ''I 


100 watt m 
Intersection Lt. 


12.001 
43.00/ 


4.975.20 


** 








Tottenham .... 


575 


49 


150 c.p. 5 


25.00 


1,225.08 


2.13 


Trenton 


6,288 


f 49 

1 30 ? 


600 c.p. 5 
100 watt m 
500 watt m 


77.001 

15.00 
77.00. 




8,430.59 


1.34 


Tweed 


1,247 


126 


100 c.p. 5 


15.00 


1,888.75 


1.51 


Uxbridge 


1,591 


{ n \ 


100 watt m 
200 watt m 


12.001 
14.00/ 


1,556.19 


0.98 


Victoria Harbor 


1,160 


78 


100 watt m 


9.00 


702.00 


0.61 


Walkerton 


2,310 


1 


114 

L 38 


50 c.p. 5 
100 c.p. 5 
200 c.p. 5 


6.001 
12.50 
24.50 




2,159.42 


0.93 



'Population not shown in Government statistics. 5 Series system. m Multiple system. 



376 



TWENTY-FIFTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 26 



STATEMENT "C"— Concluded 

Street Lighting Installation in Hydro Municipalities, December 31, 1932, showing 
Rate per Lamp, Cost to Municipality per Annum, and Cost per Capita. 







Number 


Size and 




Rate per 


Total cost to 


Cost 


Municipality 


Population 




of 
lamps 


style of 
lamps 




lamp 
per annum 


municipality 
per annum 


capita 














$ c. 


$ c. 


$ c. 








f 33 


600 c.p. 


5 


45.001 












138 


100 watt 


m 


8.00 






Walkerville. . . . 


11,351 




332 

63 

110 

f 185 


150 watt 
200 watt 
300 watt 

150 c.p. 


m 
m 
m 

s 


11.00 
13.00 
18.00J 

12.00] 


12,746.46 


tt 


Wallaceburg . . . 


4,501 


< 


12 

3 
50 


400 c.p. 
400 c.p. 
300 watt 


s 
s 

m 


25.00 
39 . 00 f 
39.00J 


4,477.82 


0.99 


Wardsville 


182 




35 


75 watt 


m 


20.00 


700.00 


3.85 


Warkworth .... 




< 


r 26 

I 6 


100 watt 
200 watt 


m 
m 


18.00\ 
30.00/ 


648.00 


** 








Waterdown .... 


887 


< 


r 75 

I 6 


100 watt 
200 watt 


m 
m 


11.001 

17.50/ 


930.00 


1.05 








r 157 


100 watt 


m 


8.00' 








Waterford 


1,096 


■ 


[ ! 


200 watt 
500 watt 


m 
m 


20.00 
35.00 ; 




1,608.00 


1.47 








f 339 


80 c.p. 


s 


8.001 












120 


100 c.p. 


s 


10.00 














91 


150 watt 


m 


10.00 














5 


200 watt 


m 


12.00 








Waterloo 


8,550 




18 
3 
9 

10 

i 44 


300 watt 
500 watt 
500 watt 
3-Lt. stds. 
5-Lt. stds. 


m 
m 
m 
m 
m 


21.00 
30.00 
35.00 
25.00 
36.00J 




7,475.66 


0.87 


Watford.. 


915 


\ 


r 90 

k 11 


100 watt 
200 watt 


m 
m 


12.501 
20.00/ 


1,341.84 


1.47 


Waubaushene. . 






45 
' 178 


100 watt 
600 c.p. 


m 
s 


8.00 
30.00] 


360.00 


** 














405 


100 watt 


m 


1 1 . 00 1 






Welland 


10,338 




44 


200 watt 


m 


18.00- 


11,052.52 


tt 








12 


300 watt 


m 


30.00 














4 


500 watt 


m 


28.00. 








Wellesley 






60 


100 watt 


m 


12.00 


720.00 


** 


Wellington .... 


904 


{ 


' 46 
. ' 32 


100 c.p. 
150 c.p. 


s 
s 


12.001 
19.00/ 


1,118.04 


1.24 


West Lome.. . . 


812 


{ 


' 83 
10 


100 watt 
200 watt 


m 
m 


10.001 
18.00/ 


1,010.04 


1.24 



**Population not shown in Government statistics. s Series system. 
ttPart of cost paid direct in form of debenture charges. 



m Multiple system. 



1933 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



377 



STATEMENT "C"— Concluded 



Street Lighting Installation in Hydro Municipalities, December 31, 1932, showing 
Rate per Lamp, Cost to Municipality per Annum, and Cost per Capita. 



Municipality 


Population 


Number 

of 

lamps 


Size and 
style of 
lamps 


Rate per 

lamp 

per annum 


Total cost to 

municipality 

per annum 


Cost 

per 

capita 


Weston 


4,618 


< 


f 456 

2 

113 

20 

5 
2 


100 c.p. 
250 c.p. 
600 c.p. 
300 watt 
5-Lt. stds. 
Electric Sign 


5 
s 

s 
m 

s 


$ c. 
7.50 > 
10.00 
30.00 
11.00 
21.00 
110.00, 


. 


$ c. 
7,847.45 


$ c. 
1.70 


West port 


675 


60 


100 watt 


m 


33.00 


2,062.16 


t 


Wheatley 


765 


/ 63 
\ 40 


100 watt 
300 watt 


m 
m 


12.001 
25.00/ 


1,856.00 


2.43 


Whitby 


5,425 


f 125 

66 

1 163 


80 c.p. 
100 c.p. 
100 watt 
500 watt 


s 
s 

m 
m 


9.00^ 
10.00 

7.50 
11.50, 




3,286.95 


0.61 


Wiarton 


1,881 


/ 100 

1 25 


100 watt 
200 watt 


m 
m 


18.00\ 
30.00/ 


2,550.00 


1.36 


W T illiamsburg . . 




16 


100 watt 


m 


12.00 


192.00 


** 


Winchester .... 


980 


118 


100 watt 


m 


9.00 


1,062.00 


1.08 


Windermere. . . 


124 


13 


100 watt 


m 


35.00 


455.00 


3.67 


Windsor 


68,079 


• 


' 2,902 

11 

976 

703 

66 


100 c.p. 
250 c.p. 
400 c.p. 
600 c.p. 
1,000 c.p. 


s 
s 
s 
s 
s 


11. 50^ 
17.50 
27.50 
36.00 
46.00, 


• 


76,272.21 


tt 


Wingham 


2,201 


f 101 
25 

1 22 


100 c.p. 
200 c.p. 
200 watt 


s 

s 
m 


19.001 
32.00 V 
32.00} ' 


. 3,410.34 


1.55 


Woodbridge. . . 


786 


83 


100 watt 


m 


10.00 


830 . 04 


1.06 




10,840 


< 


' 534 
13 
89 

25 

1 

75 


100 c.p. 
250 c.p. 
75 watt 
150 watt 
250 watt 
300 watt 


s 
s 

m 
m 
m 
m 


8.00 

20.00 
8.00 
12.00 
12.00 
32.00J 


> 


8,003.40 


0.74 


Woodville 


417 


/ 36 

I 4 


100 watt 
200 watt 


m 
m 


12.001 
20.00/ 


503.00 


1.21 


Wyoming 


475 


50 


100 watt 


m 


15.00 


750.00 


1.58 


Zurich 




63 


100 watt 


m 


11 00 


693 . 00 


** 

















fl2^ months' operation. 
*Population not shown in Government statistics. 5 Series system. 
ffPart of cost paid direct in form of debenture charges. 



m Multiple system. 



1933 HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 379 






STATEMENT "D" 

(pages 380 to 397) 

Statistics Relating to the Supply of Electrical Energy to Consumers 

by Individual Ontario Municipalities Served by the 

Hydro-Electric Power Commission 

for the year 1932 



STATEMENT "E" 

(pages 398 to 413) 

Cost of Power to Municipalities and Rates to Consumers for 

Domestic Service — Commercial Light Service — Power Service 

in Ontario Urban Municipalities Served by the 

Hydro-Electric Power Commission 

for the year 1932 



380 TWENTY-FIFTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE No. 26 



STATEMENT "D" 

Statistics Relating to the Supply of Electrical Energy to 

Consumers in Ontario Municipalities Served by 

The Hydro-Electric Power Commission 

The following tabulation of various statistical data relating to the supply 
of electrical energy to consumers by individual municipalities receiving power at 
cost from the Commission sets forth, regarding the results of operation from the 
standpoint of the consumers, much useful and interesting information. 

The policy and practice of the Commission has been, and is, to make as 
widespread and beneficial a distribution of ^electrical energy as possible, and to 
extend to every community that can economically be reached by transmission 
lines, the benefit of electrical service. Even where, in certain localities, by reason 
of the distance from a source of supply or of the smallness of the quantity of 
power required by the municipality, the cost per horsepower to the municipality 
— and, consequently, the cost of service to the consumer — must unavoidably be 
higher than in more favourably situated communities, service has not been 
withheld when the consumers were able and willing to pay the cost. 

The accompanying diagram summarizes graphically certain data of State- 
ment "D," respecting the average cost to the consumer. It will be observed 
that the total amount of the energy sold in municipalities where circumstances 
necessitate rates which result in the higher average costs to the consumer is 
relatively insignificant. With respect to power service, it should be noted that 
the statistics of Statement "D," and of the diagram, cover mainly retail power 
service supplied to the smaller industrial consumers. The average amount of 
power taken by the industrial consumers served by the municipalities is about 
40 horsepower. The Commission serves certain large power consumers direct 
on behalf of the various systems of municipalities. 

It should be kept in mind that the revenues reported in Statement U D," 
and used for purposes of calculating the net unit costs to the consumer, are the 
total revenues contributed by the consumers, and include, in addition to the 
cost of power, sums specifically applicable to the retirement of capital, and 
also operating surplus which is in part applied to retirement of capital or ex- 
tension of plant and is in part returned in cash to the consumers. 

It should specially be noted that average costs per kilowatt-hour or per 
horsepower if employed indiscriminately as a criterion by means of which to 
compare the rates or prices for electrical service in various municipalities, will 
give very misleading results. The average costs per kilowatt-hour, as given in 
Statement "D" for respective classes of service in each municipality, are simply 
statistical results obtained by dividing the respective revenues by the aggregate 
kilowatt-hours sold. As such, the data reflect the combined influence of a number 
of factors, of which the rates or prices to consumers are but one factor. Owing 
to the varying influence of factors other than the rates, it is seldom found that 
in any two municipalities the average cost per kilowatt-hour to the consumers, 
even of the same classification, is in proportion to the respective rates for service. 
Instances even occur where for a class of consumers in one municipality, the 
average costs per kilowatt-hour are substantially lower than for the same class 
in another municipality, even though the rates are higher. 






1933 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



381 



COST OF ELECTRICAL SERVICE 

IN MUNICIPALITIES SERVED BY THE 
HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION OF ONTARIO 



DOMESTIC SERVICE 




THE AREAS OF THE CIRCLES REPRESENT PROPORTIONATELY 
THE TOTAL KILOWATT- HOURS SOLD FOR DOMESTIC SERVICE 
IN MUNICIPALITIES WHERE THE AVERAGE CHARGE TO CONSUMERS 
INCLUSIVE OF ALL CHARGES IS, PER KILOWATT-HOUR : 



2.0 to 3.9 

CENTS 




4.0 to 5.9 

CENTS 



0.5 

PER CENT 



6 CENTS 
OR MORE 



0.1 

PER CENT 



COMMERCIAL LIGHT SERVICE 




THE AREAS OF THE CIRCLES REPRESENT PROPORTIONATELY 
THE TOTAL KILOWATT-HOURS SOLD FOR COMMERCIAL LIGHT SERVICE 
IN MUNICIPALITIES WHERE THE AVERAGE CHARGE TO CONSUMERS 
INCLUSIVE OF ALL CHARGES IS, PER KILOWATT- HOU R : 



2.5 to 3.9 


4.0 to 5.9 


6 CENTS 


CENTS 


CENTS 


OR MORE 


6.1 

PER CENT 


2.3 

PER CENT 


0.2 

PER CENT 



POWER SERVICE SUPPLIED BY MUNICIPALITIES 

THE AREAS OF THE CIRCLES REPRESENT PROPORTIONATELY THE AGGREGATE HORSEPOWER 
SOLD FOR POWER SERVICE IN MUNICIPALITIES WHERE THE AVERAGE CHARGE TO CONSUMERS 
INCLUSIVE OF ALL CHARGES IS, PER HORSEPOWER PER YEAR: 








$30 TO $40 $40 OR MORE 



3.9 

PER CENT 

O 



0.1 

PER CENT 



382 



TWENTY-FIFTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 26 



With respect to domestic service, for example, instances will be observed 
where two municipalities have identical prices or rates for domestic service, but 
the average cost per kilowatt-hour to the consumer varies by as much as 100 
per cent. Such variations are principally due to differences in the extent of 
utilization of the service for the operation of electric ranges, water heaters and 
other appliances, an indication of which is afforded by the statistics of average 
monthly consumption. 

In the case of power service, average unit costs are still less reliable as an 
indication of the relative rates for service in different municipalities. In the 
case of hydro-electric power supplied to industries at cost, the rate 
schedules incorporate charges both for demand and for energy consumption, 
and thus, although the quantity of power taken by a consumer — that is, the 
demand as measured in horsepower — is the most important factor affecting 
costs and revenues, it is not the only one. The number of hours the power is 
used in the month or year— which, in conjunction with the power, determines 
the energy consumption, as measured in kilowatt-hours — also affects the costs 
and- revenues. Consequently, in two municipalities charging the same 
rates for power service, the average cost per horsepower to the consumer 
will vary in accordance with the consumers' average number of hours' use of 
the power per month. A greater average energy consumption per horsepower 
increases the average cost per horsepower and decreases the average cost per 
kilowatt-hour, to the consumer, and vice versa.* 

*In view of the fact that the data of Statement "D" have been misinterpreted in the making 
of certain comparisons as to the cost of electricity in various territories, it is desirable to add a 
word of caution respecting their significance. Essentially, the average cost or revenue per kilo- 
watt-hour is not a criterion of rates even with similar forms of rate schedules and for the same class 
of service. Particularly is this true when revenues and consumptions of all classes of service, 
and of all kinds of rate schedules, are indiscriminately lumped together in order to deduce a 
so-called "average cost or rate per kilowatt-hour" for all services. 

In one community rates for each class of service, and the cost to every consumer in each class for 
any given service and consumption, may be substantially higher than in another community, and yet 
there may be in the former community, a lower li average revenue per kilowatt-hour." This will readily 
be perceived from a simple arithmetical example. 

Example. — Assume sales of electrical energy by two electric utilities, A and B, in each case 
10,000,000 kilowatt-hours. 



Class 
of 


Case A 
Higher rates and lower revenues 
per kilowatt-hour 


Case B 

Lower rates and higher revenues 

per kilowatt-hour 


service 


Energy 
sales 


Rate per 
kw-hr. 


Revenue 


Energy 
sales 


Rate per 
kw-hr. 


Revenue 


Residence 

Power 


kw-hr. 
1,000,000 
9,000,000 


cents 
4 

1 


$ 
40,000 
90,000 


kw-hr. 
3,000,000 
7,000,000 


cents 

3 
0.75 


$ 
90,000 
52,500 






Total 


10,000,000 




130,000 


10,000 000 




142,500 






Average revenue.. 


1.3 cents per kw-hr. 


1.425 cents per kw-hr. 



It will be observed that in Case A the rates both for residence and for power service are 33 per 
cent higher than in Case B, but the average revenue per kilowatt-hour is nearly 9 per cent less. 

In this instance, the key to the situation lies in the relative quantities of energy sold to each 
class. Service to large power consumers entails a smaller capital investment in distribution lines 
and equipment and lower operating costs per kilowatt-hour delivered, than does service to domestic 
and to commercial light consumers, and even where the rates for all classes of service are low, 
produces a smaller average revenue per kilowatt-hour. Consequently, if one electrical utility as 
compared with another sells a larger proportion of its energy for power purposes, its "average 
revenue per kilowatt-hour" may easily be lower than that of the other utility even though its 
rates for every class of service are substantially higher. 












1933 HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 383 

Although the derived statistics of Statement "D" are valueless as a means 
of comparing the rates in one municipality with those in another, they nevertheless 
fulfil an important function in affording a general measure of the economy of 
service to consumers in the co-operating Ontario municipalities — an economy that 
has resulted primarily from the low rates themselves, and secondarily from the 
extensive use of the service that has been made economically possible by the 
low rates. 

Actual bills rendered to typical consumers for similar service under closely 
comparable circumstances constitute the best basis for effecting comparisons. 
In researches respecting rates to consumers therefore the actual rate schedules of 
Statement "E" should be employed, and not statistics of average revenues per 
kilowatt-hour, as these are valueless for rate comparisons — and particularly so 
when all classifications of service are combined. 

In any consideration of the relative economies of electrical service in the 
various municipalities — whether based on the actual rates for service as set forth 
in Statement "E," or on the derived statistics resulting from the rates and other 
factors as presented in Statement "D" — full account should be taken respectively, 
of the influence upon costs of such factors as the size of the municipality, the 
distance from the source of power, the features of the power developments from 
which service is received, the sizes and concentrations of adjacent markets for 
electricity, and the sizes and characters of the loads supplied under the various 
classifications by the local electrical utility to the ultimate consumers. 

In Statement "D" account has been taken of the sizes of municipalities by 
grouping them according to whether they are (i) cities — over 10,000 population; 
(ii) towns of 2,000 to 10,000 population; or (hi) small towns (under 2,000 popu- 
lation), villages, and suburban areas in townships (which are comparable in 
respect of conditions of supply to the smaller towns and villages). The popu- 
lations and the approximate transmission distances from the nearest of the 
generating stations supplying the system, are also given. 

A feature of the electrical service in Ontario municipalities served by the 
Hydro-Electric Power Commission is the strikingly large average annual con- 
sumption per domestic consumer. There are in all about 196 Ontario 
municipalities where the average annual consumption per domestic consumer 
is in excess of 600 kilowatt-hours. Of the 81 cities and towns with populations 
of 2,000 or more — in which over 85 per cent of the domestic consumers of the 
undertaking are served — no less than 52 have an average annual consumption 
per domestic consumer in excess of 1,000 kilowatt-hours; of these, 28 have an 
average annual consumption per domestic consumer in excess of 1,500 kilowatt- 
hours, and 10 have an average annual consumption per domestic consumer in 
excess of 2,000 kilowatt-hours. 

The high average consumption for domestic service results essentially from 
the policy of the undertaking in providing electrical service "at cost"; the rate 
schedules scientifically designed according to this principle automatically encour- 
age liberal use of the service. Under the standard rate schedules employed by 
Ontario municipalities, follow-up rates of 1 cent and 1.25 cents (less 10 per cent) 
are in common use, and as a rule even where the higher initial rates per kilo- 
watt-hour obtain, it is only necessary for the domestic consumer to reach a 
monthly charge of from $2.00 to $3.00 when he obtains the benefit of a follow-up 
rate of 1.8 cents net. The cost of electric cooking is thus within reach of most 
of the domestic consumers in Ontario. 



384 



TWENTY-FIFTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 26 



STATEMENT 

Statistics Relating to the Supply of Electric Energy to Consumers 
For Domestic Service, for Commercial Light Service 

Group I— CITIES 



Domestic service 



Municipality 



System 


Popula- 
tion 


Distance 

from 

nearest 

generating 

station 

supplying 

system 



Revenue 



Consumption 



Number 
of 
con- 
sumers 



ass 



u 5— . 



!* 



Belleville 

Brantford 

Chatham 

East Windsor. 
Fort William . 



Gait. ...... 

GuelpH . . . 
Hamilton . 
Kingston. 
Kitchener 



London 

Niagara Falls. . . . 

Oshawa 

Ottawa 

Owen Sound. . . 

Peterborough . . 
Port Arthur . . . 
St. Catharines. 
St. Thomas. . . . 
Sarnia 



Stratford. . . . 

Toronto 

Toronto D.C. 
60 cycle*. . 

Welland 

Windsor 
Woodstock. . 



and 



E.O. 


13,914 


Nia. 


30,153 


Nia. 


16,434 


Nia. 


16,081 


T.B. 


24,470 


Nia. 


13,960 


Nia. 


21,201 


Nia. 


150,065 


E.O. 


22,534 


Nia. 


31,114 


Nia. 


71,310 


Nia. 


18,678 


E.O. 


23,687 


E.O. 


127,332 


G.B. 


12,673 


E.O. 


22,798 


T.B. 


19,430 


Nia. 


25,645 


Nia. 


16,582 


Nia. 


17,540 


Nia. 


18,626 


Nia. 


621,596 


Nia. 


10,338 


Nia. 


68,079 


Nia. 


10,840 



miles 

13 

79 
193 
239 

87 

92 

75 
53 
50 
95 

123 

1 

75 

1 

32 

2 

73 

18 
134 
205 

119 
78 



14 

238 

94 



$ c. 

77,863.76 

180,311.93 
80,191.86 
74,200.28 

205,660.88 

105,155.34 
102,151.29 
924,806.69 
103,043.73 
194,660.72 

484,819.17 
144,088.85 
149,027.59 
415,204.32 
59,590,65 

117,000.80 
108,207.21 
145,074.32 
105,753.69 
104,014.86 

150,119.36 
3,692,436.65 

42,673.22 

51,243.01 

494,148.42 

77,151.03 



kw-hr 

4,271,796 
11,988,699 

3,800,955 

4,054,600 
27,829,931 

5,578,232 
6,290,467 

63,961,755 
5,601,299 

11,694,129 

36,928,253 
11,767,280 

5,962,737 
45,738,697 

3,402,459 

6,422,678 
9,147,590 
11,366,870 
6,969,882 
5,337,045 

9,123,120 
253,550,661 

1,416,093 

2,749,306 

30,429,981 

4,532,475 





kw-hr 


$ c. 


3,474 


102 


1.87 


7,317 


140 


2.10 


3,600 


88 


1.86 


2,860 


118 


2.16 


5,359 


432 


3.20 


3,554 


131 


2.47 


4,964 


106 


1.71 


36,639 


145 


2.10 


5,623 


S3 


1.53 


7,004 


139 


2.32 


16,472 


187 


2.45 


4,287 


228 


2.80 


5,820 


85 


2.13 


12,180 


313 


2.84 


3,131 


91 


1.59 


5,259 


102 


1.85 


4,090 


186 


2.20 


6,396 


148 


1.89 


3,974 


146 


2.22 


4,496 


99 


1.93 


4,335 


175 


2.89 


149,786 


141 


2.05 


642 


184 


5.54 


2,247 


102 


1.90 


14,434 


176 


2.85 


2,895 


130 


2.20 



cts. 
1.9 
1.5 
2.1 
1.8 
0.7 

1.9 
1.6 
1.4 
1.8 
1.7 

1.3 
1.2 
2.5 
0.9 
1.8 

1.8 
1.2 
1.3 
1.5 
1.9 

1.6 
1.5 

3.0 
1.9 
1.6 
1.7 



This, — with the exception of a relatively small D.C. power load, — is a special service not 
created by the Hydro-Electric Power Commission but acquired through the purchase of a privately 
owned company. It does not include Street Railway power. 

Group II— TOWNS 



Alexandria. . . . 
Amherstburg. . 

Aylmer 

Barrie 

Bowmanvillef. . 

Brampton 

Brockville 

Carleton Place. 

Cobourg 

Collingwood. . . 



Dundas Nia 

Dunnville. . . 







miles 


E.O. 


2,400 


30 


Nia. 


3,112 


257 


Nia. 


1,998 


145 


G.B. 


7,411 


48 


E.O. 


3,648 


66 


Nia. 


5,012 


78 


E.O. 


9,485 


62 


E.O. 


4,269 


47 


E.O. 


5,478 


36 


G.B. 


5,730 


24 


Nia. 


5,137 


52 


Nia. 


3.506 


37 



$ c. 

7,463.80 
20,941.59 
11,389.62 
51,192.96 



37,150.89 
43,776.79 
19,766.86 
27,555.43 
27,536.36 

21,701.90 
13.295.04 



kw-hr 

147,654 
1,049,217 

529,470 
3.089,079 



2,482,603 

2,350,476 

548,161 

862,873 

1,414,502 

1,194,400 
549,584 





kw-hr. 


$ c. 


290 


42 


2.14 


637 


137 


2.74 


625 


71 


1.52 


1,850 


139 


2.31 


1,034 






1,367 


151 


2.26 


2,508 


78 


1.45 


951 


48 


1.73 


1,150 


62 


2.00 


1,413 


83 


1.62 


1,204 


83 


1.50 


729 


63 


1.52 



cts. 
5.0 
2.0 

2.2 
1.7 



1.5 
1.9 
3.6 
3.2 
1.9 

1.8 
2.4 



114 months' operation. 



933 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



385 



"D" 

in Ontario Municipalities Served by the Commission 
and for Power Service during the Year 1932 

Population, 10,000 or more 





Commercial li 


ght service 




Power service 






















Total 








a 




lx 








number 






Number 


•~ 




ft 




Number 


Average 


of 






of 


a^C 


>. 


+J 


Revenue 


of 


monthly 


con- 


Revenue 


Consumption 


con- 


pi 


&2 


o C 




con- 


horse- 


sumers 






sumers 


2c» 
S o 5 


2 S- 

<U O — i 

I s2 






sumers 


power 




$ c. 


kw-hr. 




kw-hr. 


$ c. 


cents 


$ c. 








49,324.85 


2,231,389 


502 


370 


8.19 


2.2 


45,668.32 


90 


2,411.3 


4,066 


61,036.75 


5,204,948 


1,105 


423 


4.96 


1.2 


fll6,247.12 


123 


6,024.0 


8,643 


70.132.08 


3,588,530 


720 


415 


8.12 


1.9 


60,468.25 


104 


3,430.0 


4,424 


18,724.69 


756,671 


262 


241 


5.96 


2.5 


35,990.63 


37 


1,634.7 


3,159 


63,991.03 


3,026,320 


854 


295 


6.24 


2.1 


63,763.80 


105 


3,231.5 


6,318 


43,334.59 


2,192,639 


494 


370 


7.31 


2.0 


77,955.69 


112 


4,323.7 


4,160 


46,424.45 


3,163,914 


738 


357 


5.24 


1.5 


103,848.54 


139 


6,519.6 


5,841 


358,727.52 


27,849,951 


5,177 


448 


5.77 


1.3 


1,472,506.51 


1,308 


103,817.3 


43,124 


72,814.30 


4,051,282 


886 


381 


6.85 


1.8 


96,161.14 


145 


4,821.0 


6,654 


105,541.11 


6,078,351 


961 


527 


9.15 


1.7 


224,906.09 


246 


11,896.1 


8,211 


201,201.31 


13,743,443 


2,802 


409 


5.98 


1.5 


398,994.45 


488 


20,241.0 


19,762 


61,319.99 


5,067,151 


686 


610 


7.38 


1.2 


67,524.96 


87 


3,880.9 


5,060 


56,371.52 


2,103,116 


517 


339 


9.09 


2.7 


145,636.95 


100 


7,160.8 


6,437 


161,026.05 


9,918,752 


1,373 


602 


9.77 


1.6 


95,043.76 


220 


6,378.7 


13,773 


35,076.30 


1,720,614 


575 


249 


5.08 


2.0 


39,308.82 


118 


2,336.4 


3,824 


63,006.07 


3,335-,814 


780 


356 


6.73 


1.9 


80,215.73 


156 


4,549.5 


6,195 


54,652.69 


3,629,363 


746 


405 


6.11 


1.5 


818,344.21 


91 


44,055.4 


4,927 


47,241.11 


3,294,384 


707 


388 


5.57 


1.4 


77,607.95 


147 


5,254.7 


7,250 


46,918.27 


3,076,851 


641 


400 


6.10 


1.5 


50,708.38 


78 


2,937.3 


4,693 


48,013.12 


2,600,515 


623 


348 


6.4.2 


1.8 


162,863.53 


85 


5,676.3 


5,204 


52,937.52 


2,459,720 


640 


320 


6.89 


2.2 


58,291.58 


140 


2,562.5 


5,115 


2,812,964.81 


120,787,007 


24,892 


404 


9.42 


2.3 


3,150,539.33 


4,219 


137,172.0 


178,897 


176,993.99 


4,388,904 


1,201 


304 


12.28 


4.0 


472,037.10 


942 


15,569.0 


2,785 


30,114.92 


1,696,427 


433 


326 


5.80 


1.8 


63,965.52 


78 


3,154.0 


2,758 


244,324.22 


13,978,655 


2,290 


509 


8.89 


1.7 


192,345.74 


•326 


9,136.8 


17,050 


39,570.84 


2,462,900 


467 


439 


7.06 


1.6 


50,264.62 


• 90 


3,235.5 


3,452 



Note — The above group of 25 cities utilizes about 80 per cent of the power distributed 
by the Commission to Ontario municipalities, 
flncludes only 25-cycle data. 

of Population 2,000 or more 



$ 


c. 


4,011 


46 


7,312 


97 


7,125 


42 


30,472 


73 


16,475 


40 


24,890 


99 


9,623 


77 


19,527 


99 


10,759 


87 


11,804.96 


11,581 


89 



kw-hr. 

86,965 

311,102 

319,140 

1,465,001 



863,393 
1,431,618 
283,860 
617,789 
465,120 

590,213 
519,688 





kw-hr. 


$ c. 


cents 


80 


91 


4.18 


4.6 


135 


192 


4.51 


2.4 


130 


205 


4.57 


2.2 


347 


352 


7.32 


2.1 


174 
232 








310 


5.91 


1.9 


438 


272 


4.73 


1.7 


181 


131 


4.43 


3.4 


249 


207 


6.53 


3.2 


265 


146 


3.38 


2.3 


199 


247 


4.94 


2.0 


196 


221 


4.92 


2.2 



$ c. 

5,064.93 

6,040.57 

4,909.02 

15,869.41 

49,653.05 

18,666.83 
40,635.56 
26,348.00 
30,117.19 
23,605.68 

19,312.23 
15,221.11 



15 


160.3 


15 


215.8 


12 


248.7 


43 


924.5 


34 


1,429.4 


56 


1,146.8 


67 


1,942.2 


20 


1,099.5 


41 


1,393.6 


54 


1,371.4 


38 


1,306.0 


33 


797.2 



385 

787 

767 

2,240 

1,242 

1,655 
3,013 
1,152 
1,440 
1,732 

1,441 
958 



386 



TWENTY-FIFTH ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 



No. 26 



STATEMENT 

Statistics Relating to the Supply of Electric Energy to Consumers 
For Domestic Service, for Commercial Light Service 

Group II— TOWNS 



Municipality 



System 



Popula- 
tion 



Distance 

from 

nearest 

generating 

station 

supplying 

system 



Domestic service 



Revenue 



Consumption 





e 


Number 




of 


*a 


con- 


&2 6 


sumers 


egg 




>s* 




kw-hr. 


501 


139 


610 


78 


1,169 


86 


712 


91 


658 


113 


565 


67 


1,312 


117 


583 


61 


702 


46 


1,315 


63 


1,844 


67 


715 


101 


641 


59 


700 


74 


1,540 


122 


1,745 


162 


754 


129 


1,428 


120 


660 


72 


1,056 


110 


560 


78 


911 


89 


679 


55 


992 


88 


1,222 


72 


1,207 


64 


645 


139 


1,548 


137 


1,102 


153 


1,030 


119 


2,302 


202 


1,084 


75 


1,679 


85 


797 


104 


499 


90 


1,180 


72 


873 


68 


1,191 


72 


535 


76 


2,468 


231 


1,010 


67 


1,852 


166 


1,232 


188 


825 


100 


523| 


63 



&> OS 



Elmira. . . 
Fergus. . . 
Goderich. 



Hanover . . 
Hespeler. . , 
Huntsville. 
Ingersoll . . . 
Kincardine . 



Kingsville. . 
Leamington 
Lindsay .... 
Listowel. . . 
Meaford . . . 



Merritton 

Midland 

Mimico 

Napanee 

New Toronto. . . . 

Orangeville 

Paris 

Penetanguishene . 

Perth. 

Petrolia 



Picton 

Port Colborne 

Port Hope 

Prescott 

Preston 



Riverside 

St. Marys. . . 
Sandwich . . . 

Simcoe 

Smiths Falls. 



Strathroy. . 
Tecumseh . . 
Thorold 
Tillsonburg. 
Trenton 



Walkerton . . 
Walkerville. . 
Wallaceburg. 
Waterloo. . . . 
Weston 



Whitby.. 
Wingham 



Nia. 

Nia. 
Nia. 

G.B. 
Nia. 
G.B. 

Nia. 
G.B. 

Nia. 
Nia. 
E.O. 
Nia. 
G.B. 

Nia. 
G.B. 
Nia. 
E.O. 
Nia. 

G.B. 

Nia. 
G.B. 
E.O. 

Nia. 

E.O. 
Nia. 
E.O. 
E.O. 
Nia. 

Nia. 
Nia. 
Nia. 
Nia. 
E.O. 

Nia. 

Nia. 
Nia. 
Nia. 
E.O. 

G.B. 
Nia. 
Nia. 
Nia. 
Nia. 

E.O. 
G.B. 



2,761 
2,585 
4,324 

3,102 
2,711 
2,946 
5,000 
2,487 

2,245 
4,912 
7,174 
2,688 
2,726 

2,515 
7,802 
6,422 
2,981 
6,437 

2,764 
4,263 
3,870 
3,915 
2,431 

3,140 
6,494 
4,601 
3,078 
6,173 

5,125 
4,032 
11,408 
5,263 
7,486 

2,870 
2,550 
5,068 
3,287 
6,288 

2,310 
11,351 
4,501 
8,550 
4,618 

5,425 
2,201 



miles 

107 

94 

167 

35 
90 
26 
104 
69 

255 
263 

19 
154 

23 

16 

25 
75 
19 
76 

47 
76 
29 
21 
231 

33 
21 
43 
48 
86 

243 
133 
245 
103 
38 

150 
246 

9 
116 

1 

1 

239 

211 

96 

80 

80 
70 



$ c 
16,408.91 
15,488.79 
29,003.83 

19,145.73 
18,802.31 
11,876.98 
32,219.41 
13,935.63 

12,429.74 
24,796.90 
37,248.19 
17,844.57 
12,817.08 

11,583.92 
35,890.02 
55,887.61 
27,638.04 
34,424.55 

12,974.32 
24,635.93 
10,694.19 
23,050.26 
11,406.60 

21,279.06 
28,498.60 
27,820.09 
16,527.43 
44,740.49 

39,734.22 
30,749.98 
86,747.73 
19,137.87 
42,842.78 

20,186.60 
14,163.53 
19,233.01 
14,747.42 
30,633 . 23 

14,606.24 
102,105.01 
18,336.77 
58,917.14 
38,349.66 

19,451.10 
12,675.78 



kw-hr. 
833,397 
572,346 

1,209,813 

782,334 
889,368 
454,200 
1,840,860 
428,871 

387,632 
996,960 
1,480,012 
869,986 
444,887 

624,114 
2,257,282 
3,390,775 
1,164,236 
2,058,626 

565,125 
1,390,042 
520,855 
972,323 
452,121 

1,048,298 
1,058,415 
924,592 
1,076,246 
2,545,882 

2,027,533 
1,468,043 
5,582,846 
972,780 
1,713,935 

997,655 
536,592 

1,017,295 
711,971 

1,025,265 

490,759 
6,841,071 

806,038 
3,692,990 

2,783,119 

985,262 
394,996 



$ c 
2.73 
2.11 
2.07 

2.24 
2.38 
1.75 
2.05 
1.99 

1.48 
1.57 
1.68 
2.08 
1.67 

1.38 
1.94 
2.67 
2.95 
2.01 

1.66 
1.94 
1.59 
2.11 
1.40 

1.79 
1.94 
1.92 
2.14 
2.41 

3.00 
2.49 
3.14 
1.47 
2.13 

2.11 
2.37 
1.36 
1.41 
2.14 

2.27 
3.45 
1.51 
2.65 
2.59 

1.96 
2.02 



Note— The above group of 57 towns utilizes about 12 per cent of the power distributed by 
the Commission to Ontario municipalities. 



1933 



HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER COMMISSION 



387 



"D"— Continued 

in Ontario Municipalities Served by the Commission 
and for Power Service during the Year 1932 
of Population, 2,000 or more 



Commercial light service 


Power service 










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Number 


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